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Information Security and the BizCubed Ways and Values

We’ve blogged previously about the BizCubed Ways and Values.  Many companies have versions of this – they may call them values, guiding principles or another phrase.  While many in large organisations struggle to see them as more than “corporate buzzwords”, we rely on them heavily and incorporate them daily.

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BizCubed’s Journey to ISO27001 Certification

A year ago, we blogged about Data Security as a Practice. Since then, we have continued the practices we talked about there, integrating it even further into our daily practice, and incorporating new processes and aspects into our existing cadence.

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Building a New Habit is HARD!

 “Building business logic is a low priority, from my perspective.” This was what my CEO said to me as I shared with him my priorities for the week. The funny part? I work for a data engineering firm and operationalising the development of business logic is literally...

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DataOps: ‘Build it’ or ‘Buy it’?

“When you need capability that you don’t have, there are two options: you can build it yourself, or you can partner to get it.”  This was a comment made by a Senior IT Leader in a meeting of his organisation’s executives with BizCubed CEO, Zachary Zeus. We’ve...

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Data Engineering and Infrastructure

This week we continue our exploration of The BizCubed Method and the Data Maturity Model. See this post for an overview of the model and this post for a deep dive on Security. This week we tackle the relationship between Data Engineering and Infrastructure. ---...

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Data Security as a Practice

At BizCubed, we approach security not as an achievable end-state, but as a daily practice. We intentionally build security into every aspect of our operation. In our view, this is how we get better – we teach and learn, all in an effort to Make Better Decisions Each Day.

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Introducing The BizCubed Method

What’s the value of data engineering? Meet Mark. Mark was an analyst at a non-profit that offered job-training to disadvantaged populations. The non-profit was structured as a social enterprise that operated restaurants, cafes, catering, etc. Mark was accountable for...

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