What Can We Do For You?

How can we help you?  More importantly, what can we write for you?   The written word is one of the most powerful inventions of humanity; harnessing its power and leveraging it to your advantage is imperative.

Who We Are

We are independent and agnostic Information Assurance consultants that focus not just on the technology, but the people that use it.

We’re also writers available for freelance projects beyond just the technology that surrounds us.

What We Do

In addition to being Information Assurance Consultants, we enjoy writing about the highs and lows of how technology has revolutionised our world, our lives, and our interpersonal relationships.  More than a one-trick pony, we are also willing to take on nearly any writing challenge that piques our interests, such as:

  • Writing blogs
  • Copywriting for businesses
  • Proofreading technical, personal, and business documents
  • Even re-writing books!

Our article in the March 2018 edition of ARN:ARNMagazine

The 100 Words Project

What began as a simple thought has now become “The 100 Words Project” where we attempt to condense an idea, a blog, or an article into exactly 100 words, no more and no less.  The goal is to make a point in a paragraph that only takes a minute to read.  Please check out this section of the site!

Blogging and Writing

Until recently, we published our articles exclusively on LinkedIn.  In April of 2018, we moved all of our content here and instead share the links through several channels.  You can find all of these articles in the “Our Writings” section of this site. To help find what you are looking for, they are categorised and searchable.

Information Assurance Consulting

On the topic of Information Assurance, people are your greatest asset and your greatest liability, so defending them and defending against them is no small task.  There is no shortage of advice and expertise in the market, but what matters most is finding what works best for you and your business…and for your people.  This is only achievable through objective communication that considers your business without bias, and through understanding, interpreting, and presenting the contextualised detail you need to drive informed decisions.

What is “Information Assurance“?

According to Wikipedia, “Information assurance (IA) is the practice of assuring information and managing risks related to the use, processing, storage, and transmission of information or data and the systems and processes used for those purposes. Information assurance includes protection of the integrity, availability, authenticity, non-repudiation and confidentiality of user data. It uses physical, technical and administrative controls to accomplish these tasks. While focused predominantly on information in digital form, the full range of IA encompasses not only digital but also analog or physical form. These protections apply to data in transit, both physical and electronic forms as well as data at rest in various types of physical and electronic storage facilities. Information assurance as a field has grown from the practice of information security.

We think that sums it up nicely!

Our questions to you are, “how can we help you?” and “What can we write for you?”

Contact Us!

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