I was, and still am, incredibly honored that New York Law Journal recently published my piece on cyber-security rules for lawyers. In my article, I outline how not to be a victim of cyber-attack, and how to make sure that you’re not the one putting yourself or your business at risk.
You can read my full piece in New York Law Journal here.
My book, The Complete Software Project Manager, received this wonderful review from Banking Exchange:
“How often have you been told that there is no replacement for experience? Well, there is. You can find it in The Complete Software Project Manager.
If you are a new CIO, CTO, or just been given a huge software application project you really didn’t want, Anna Murray provides a roadmap to success. She’s organized the process into a textbook that almost reads like a novel. No, really! This book could be very dry, but it is anything but. Murray even brings a sense of humor to the subject in places.”
You can read the full review by Dan Fisher here, and check out The Complete Software Project Manager by following this link.
The public safety announcements of the past may bring back fond memories from the 1970s-1990s, but their messages can still be applied to modern cyber security problems that we face today. My piece for Banking Exchange looks into key takeaways from these public safety announcements, as well as how to implement them in your world right now.
Read the full article here.
Good software project management is key to any company’s new software launch or project roll out. Unfortunately, there are times when common mistakes crop up and derail a project, or cause significant and costly setbacks. Over the course of the last year I’ve written extensively on the topic – and offered solutions to the four most common software project management mistakes. Read more about it, and gather some insight to help you get your next software project off the ground smoothly, in the following publications:
Manufacturing Business Technology
New Equipment Digest
Industrial Equipment News
Business professionals often put themselves at risk for cyber attacks without even realizing it. For example, I once had a situation where, “an immigration attorney requested that an external software team create a form on his WordPress website that would allow potential clients to upload scans of their passports and drivers’ licenses.” Obviously the security ramifications of this were huge – but they hadn’t thought anything of it. Too many professionals don’t put cyber security considerations first, and they end up paying the price later on.
You can read more about how to avoid becoming a cyber attack victim and how to stop putting yourself at risk in my article for ISE Magazine.