Digital Twin & CyberSecurity

CyberSecurity has had a long roadmap of trying to Quantify ROI (Return On Investment), this is an easy story if an organization has had the misfortune of being breached or compromised, but what if you haven’t?

How do put a price tag on CyberSecurity spend? What is Insurance worth to you?

Imagine the scenario where these are easily addressed and answered questions. If you can safely and securely duplicate and digitally twin your operational processes, wouldn’t it be a sound idea to run simulations on that twinned data? You can now quantify Business Interruption down to the penny. Find the operational holes in secure out-of-band data, crash the virtual process, bring it up again without any fear of real world impact.

When the organization fundamentally understands the process, security becomes a bi-product and BI (Business Interruption) becomes quantifiable thus creating a real tangible ROI (Return On Investment).


Under Construction



Key to success as a technology company is for internal innovation to exceed external innovation.

No idea is crazy, every idea has merit and should be investigated. Thought leaders hide amongst us and it is the responsibility of management to encourage them to speak out. A company requires creative pipeline, copious amounts of ideas to find the diamond in the rough.

Take risks, listen to smart people, invest in your staff. This is a formula for success and growth.


Book Reference

Know your worth

“When it gets to the stage of arguing or questioning every recommendation, things have gone too far; because in addition to all the data, the expert has hands-on experience in real situations that no amount of research and conversation can duplicate.  Bottom line: Don’t partner with an expert if all you are going to do is argue with them.  You hired this person for a reason.  Unless you yourself are going to get a degree in the field, you need their information.  If you don’t trust them, fire them.” – Anna P. Murray

– The Complete Software Project Manager –


Cybersecurity – Here & Now

“A lot of people in our industry haven’t had very diverse experiences.  So they don’t have enough dots to connect, and they end up with very linear solutions without a broad perspective on the problem.  The broader one’s understanding of the human experience, the better design we will have.” – Steve Jobs