Two Stringers Thu, 19 May 2022 14:26:59 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Two Stringers 32 32 Experts weigh in on US executive order; Zero Trust Architecture and Identity Management Thu, 19 May 2022 13:57:05 +0000

Introducing Zero Trust

Earlier this year, US President Joe Biden signed the Executive Order (EO) on improving the nation’s cybersecurity to “identify, deter, protect, detect and respond” to increasingly sophisticated malicious cyber campaigns that threaten both the public and private sectors. A key part of this signed EO is the advancement and implementation of a zero-trust architecture.

the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) defines zero trust as “a set of concepts and ideas designed to minimize uncertainty in enforcing accurate, least-privilege, per-demand access decisions in information systems and services in the face of a network considered compromised”.

In other words, do not entrust your organization’s assets to anyone until they have been verified. The problem is that most organizations are unable to accurately identify who has access to their networks and data, creating vulnerabilities that bad actors around the world take advantage of daily.

“Continued and consistent messaging coming from the executive branch is most certainly driving progress across the federal zero-trust landscape,” said Richard Bird, Chief Product Officer, SecZetta and Identity Board Member. Defined Security Alliance. Information Security Media Group (ISMG) in a recent GovInfoSecurity article.

“It took a series of executive orders to force federal agencies into the 21st century from a security perspective,” says Bird. “As President Biden said, ‘Incremental improvements won’t give us the security we need; instead, the federal government must make bold changes. Our government should have been bold on security a long time ago.

While few would object to more organizations implementing a zero trust approach, the EO was signed months ago and many questions remain about zero trust and how organizations can adopt it.

Why should my organization adopt a Zero Trust architecture?

Through his leadership roles within the Departments of Defense and Homeland Security, Mike Brown, United States Navy Rear Admiral (Retired) has gained expertise on cybersecurity and zero trust strategy of our country. During the recent SecZetta webinar, Easy preparation steps to adopt Zero TrustRear Admiral Brown explained exactly why every organization needs to embrace Zero Trust as a paradigm shift using a house analogy.

“You can’t just lock the front door. If you leave the windows open or the back door open, the bad guys can still get in,” says Brown, “we have to lock the windows, the back door, access to all rooms in the house and drawers or any area of storage.

For decades, organizations have only “secured the house”, a practice that must now be abandoned for never trust, always verify. According to Egress’ Insider Data Breach Survey 2021, 94% of organizations have been impacted by internal data breaches in the past year. We now know that securing the perimeter is not enough to prevent a breach. Each area of ​​an organization should restrict access to only clearly identified and effectively managed users.

“It’s about understanding what’s on the network, who’s on the network, and what’s going on,” says Frank Briguglio, public sector strategist at the cloud identity security firm. Sail Point“And until we have a good understanding of that, we can’t make progress on cybersecurity.”

How is Zero Trust related to IAM and IGA tools?

According to the global research and consulting firm, Gartner“Identity Governance and Administration (IGA) tools help organizations control access risk, achieve and maintain compliance, and improve efficiency by managing user accounts and rights in infrastructure systems and applications.”

David Pignolet, CEO and founder of identity risk and non-employee lifecycle management software company SecZetta, explains that “identity authorities in an organization should be what drives this access. The what , the when and who of access are determined by identity authorities.

In most organizations, the only identity authority is a repurposed human resources system that should not be confused with a cybersecurity-centric identity management system rooted in zero trust. These systems were created to manage employee benefits and compensation, not the identities of non-employee third parties. He’s trying to put the proverbial square peg in a round hole.

Organizations can effectively manage employee and non-employee information with Identity and Access Management (IAM) systems, however, the lack of an authoritative non-employee identity source leaves gaps in the approaches zero trust.

“It doesn’t take into account all the context that we need to properly protect access behind this data,” says Pignolet, “it’s a mistake not to take that into account from the start, as well as the population of employees”.

By adopting a Zero Trust architecture, organizations must implement continuous monitoring and validation of each identity in its population and confirm that the identity has the appropriate access and privileges. It is the organization’s responsibility to be aware of all of its accounts and access to them, whether employee, non-employee, third party or non-human, regardless of the organization’s direct control or authority. geographical location of the account.

Easy preparation steps to adopt Zero Trust

To learn more about the recent Executive Order and its impact on your organization’s adoption of Zero Trust Architecture, visit our zero trust webpage where you can watch the webinar, Easy preparation steps to adopt Zero Trust, with Mike Brown, Frank Briguglio and David Pignolet; moderated by Johanna Baum, CEO and Founder of global cybersecurity and technology consultancy, S3.

Building a Miracle: Bishop’s School Club Accelerates Work to Provide Homes and Computers to Tijuana Wed, 18 May 2022 18:00:38 +0000

The Build a Miracle club at Bishop’s School in La Jolla has had quite the year. He built three houses in Tijuana and raised $6,000 to donate computers to a community center there.

But it is not finished. The club – an offshoot of San Diego-based multinational organization Build a Miracle – is working through the end of the school year, having spent the weekend of May 7 on site for one of three visits needed to build a fourth house.

“The main goal of the club is to raise funds for the needy people of Tijuana and build homes for them, but also to raise awareness of the bubble we live in in La Jolla,” said this year’s president, the second Leia Ryan.

The club’s public relations coordinator, second Grace Dabir, said the community center associated with Build a Miracle “offers classes and a safe place to study, a computer lab, dance lessons and food for the children. after school. They have programs for the families that go. They have the Dads Club, where dads learn carpentry and other life skills to help enrich the community.

Sophomores Leia Ryan (left) and Grace Dabir are respectively president and public relations coordinator of the Build a Miracle Club at the Bishop’s School of La Jolla.

(Ashley Mackin-Solomon)

Since 1999, BAM – which was officially established as a nonprofit in 2001 – has built 430 homes and its educational services have produced 18 college graduates, according to its website,

It costs a maximum of around $16,000 to build and furnish a three-bedroom house. Students fundraise with in-person events, a GoFundMe account, and outreach to parents in the community.

“We held a household items drive to provide furniture,” Leia said. “We would normally raise funds for this furniture…but people have been so generous that we have been able to fill an entire house without buying anything but a curtain rod.”

Usually the club builds one house a year, but this year they were able to build more.

“At the end of last year we … raised enough for a house then. And this year a donor agreed to match the donations we raised. So we raised enough for a second house, and matching funds provided a third home,” Leia said.

“It’s so wonderful to see in the eyes of the families the impact this is having on the community.”

-Grace Dabir

Once the club has collected enough to complete a house, it begins the building process. It takes three visits to complete a house. The first is to lay the foundation, the second is to install the insulation and drywall, and the third is to furnish and paint.

“We just finished our third house… in April, and we started our fourth house” after another fundraiser, Grace said.

Families who have already had a house built through BAM often help club members with the construction process. In return for securing housing, all families are asked to complete 500 hours of community service and enroll their children in school, according to BAM.

“When we come back and work on a new house, we see the people we built the last house for, and it’s amazing how quickly their lives are improving,” Leia said. “You really feel the community.”

Leia and Grace said the experience was rewarding and humbling.

The family members cry upon receiving their newly built home.

The family members cry upon receiving their newly built home.

(Courtesy of Grace Dabir)

Leia said it was also eye-opening to see the disparity between her community and poverty about 30 miles away.

“We have these million dollar homes and a beautiful school,” she said. “The houses there are built from recycled materials; they are neither safe nor hygienic, they do not protect people from the elements.

Bishop’s, however, “is very service-oriented,” and the school community is always ready to step in to help, Grace said.

“We can say, as a school community, [that] we build houses and provide computers for those kids who are really talented and smart but don’t have the resources to develop that talent,” Grace said. “The experience fills my heart. It’s so wonderful to see in the eyes of the families the impact this has on the community. The whole experience just teaches you to be super grateful and puts what we have in La Jolla into perspective. We are so lucky to have what we have. It’s very humiliating. ◆

The link between impostor syndrome and burnout Tue, 17 May 2022 22:18:32 +0000

Josa says that while younger workers may be more vocal about their struggles, older generations are also suffering. One of the main triggers she identified for impostor syndrome is menopause for women or for men promoted to senior positions. Working mothers, meanwhile, are a high-risk group for IE and burnout, she adds.

There is also a body of research suggesting that people from minorities may be more severely affected. Dr. Kelly Cawcutt of the University of Nebraska Medical Center says impostor syndrome has long been thought to be a factor in high burnout rates among medical workers. But his research suggests that “embedded biases and a lack of diversity” in the profession may mean that underrepresented groups and ethnic minorities are particularly affected. Black doctors, for example, are known to face a higher risk of burnout, in part due to the stress of discrimination.

“If we’re told we’re not good enough, not smart enough, or that we don’t belong — or feel that way through microaggressions — those extrinsic biases can be internalized,” she says, fueling the both imposterism and in the longer term, Burnout.

“Although there are many efforts to address this issue now, these biases still exist,” Cawcutt says, creating what his research calls a “substantial negative cycle” for the individual. This, she says, shows the importance of treating IS and burnout – and indeed ingrained biases – not as siled issues, but as connected phenomena that, if they are to be addressed, must be addressed. treated together.

Josa says that when it comes to the individual, the starting point is to tackle impostor syndrome by rewiring the brain’s stress response, “so that you don’t get this unconscious fight reaction, leakage, blockage”. But to address the burnout problem, she says companies need to do more to tackle cultures where “everything has become an emergency”, and where people feel pressured to outperform and grit their teeth in the face of adversity rather than being honest about their well-being.

Yousef and Raimondi agree that it’s essential that workers are encouraged to set cognitive boundaries around their work so they have time to mentally reset after stressful times, breaking those cycles of stress. Young workers, Yousef says, need help engaging with mentors at work so they learn to fit in, stopping those feelings of impostor early on. “Prevention should be key here,” she says. “I would love it if we educated our kids from high school on what happens when you work too much.”

But for people like Fiona, solving the problem is easier said than done. Her doctor has advised her to take time off work, but fears it will disappoint her team or only prove to herself and others that “I’ve been promoted above my grade”.

Instead, she finds herself struggling every day to “wade through the molasses of work”, envying people who seem to be doing well. “Wouldn’t it be a nice feeling,” she said, “to know that you don’t worry about getting to work every day?”

Future Smart Vehicle E/E Architecture and Computing Platform Market Highlight Report by 2028 Tue, 17 May 2022 08:49:00 +0000

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Concrete framework of Indian architecture: The Tribune India Tue, 17 May 2022 00:06:00 +0000

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I first heard of Mahendra Raj as a structural engineer in 1972. As a young architect with prominent American architect Joseph Allen Stein, I could gaze upon the Purana Quila from his office in New Delhi. Not far away was the upcoming Pragati Maidan, where India’s prestigious international trade fair was to be held soon, and preparations were underway.

During lunch hours, we young architects would often go there to see the innovative work that was coming up. Stunning inspirational designs for pavilions were taking shape. The most famous was the Hall of Nations, designed by architect Raj Rewal. It had a unique structural system comprising a precast concrete space frame, a very first attempt in India. The huge clear-span room, shaped like a giant truncated pyramid, was designed by a brilliant engineer named Raj.

Space frames were generally constructed of steel internationally. “But since it couldn’t be offered in India at that time, the alternative was to do it in precast concrete,” Rewal recalls. It was bold and daring work made possible by the US-educated Raj. It went on to become the most defining image of modern post-independence Indian architecture – even though it was demolished in 2017!

Raj went on to collaborate with other leading Indian architects like Achyut Kanvinde, BV Doshi, Charles Correa, Joseph Allen Stein and Kuldip Singh.

Raj had a deep connection with Chandigarh. In the early 1950s when Chandigarh started, he worked as an assistant engineer under PL Varma, chief engineer of the Capitol project. ‘I worked on the structural design of the parasol roof of the high court building. The cantilevered roof from which conoidal shells would be suspended posed a challenge. But nothing could change that, warned our Indian teammates. Eventually, we were able to solve it and the building is today as it was designed by Le Corbusier,” recalls Raj.

However, a greater challenge awaited him. The Secretariat building design included six structural bays with expansion joints between them. While the other bays had uniform fronts, bay number four had a different pattern, where Corbusier had created a playful variation. Jumping columns challenged structural stability. Raj informed Varma accordingly. When Le Corbusier had the difficulty explained to him, he was livid! “I told you to ask my French engineers to do it, but you insisted on your Indian team, and now they can’t do it,” he told Varma. But Raj spoke up and showed Corbusier a slightly modified alternative.

He asked them to leave the drawing to study later. The next day, Raj is again summoned to Le Corbusier’s office. This time, Le Corbusier compliments him for his ingenuity and genius. The facade was modified by Le Corbusier and today bears witness to Raj’s genius.

Raj, who died on May 8, leaves behind him not only countless buildings, but also indelible marks on the “concrete” of Chandigarh.

Gangula distributes 40 2BHK houses Mon, 16 May 2022 18:25:00 +0000

KARIMNAGAR: The Telangana government was working hard with the aim of developing the weaker strata of society, said backclass welfare minister Gangula Kamalakar, adding that with the construction of two-bedroom houses, the long-term dream date of the poor to have their own home had come true in the state of Telangana.

Speaking after distributing double bedroom houses to around 40 beneficiaries, along with an additional district collector, Shyam Prasad Lal, here at Mugdumpuram village of Karimnagar rural mandal in Karimnagar district on Monday, Kamalakar said that even after completing 74 years of independence, any prime minister or chief minister had ever thought of building two-bedroom houses for poor homeless families.

In Mugudumpuram village, out of a total of 52 beneficiaries, 2 BHK houses were distributed to 40 members and soon the pattas would be given to the remaining beneficiaries, he assured.

After the formation of the state of Telangana, under the leadership of K. Chandrashekar Rao, the government of Telangana strove to uplift the oppressed. Within this framework, the government has introduced various social protection programs for several categories of people and has been implementing them successfully, he added.

Up to 1,400 double room houses have been sanctioned for the Karimnagar Assembly segment. Most of the construction works of 2 BHK houses have been completed and some are in the final stages of completion.

Due to the coronavirus epidemic, the construction works of the 2 BHK houses have been delayed for the past two years. After completing the construction works of the remaining 2 BHK houses, apart from providing basic facilities, they will be distributed in a phased manner to all eligible homeless poor families, he said.

Later, the Minister and the Additional Collector enjoyed meals with the recipients while participating in their housewarming ceremony.

MP T. Lakshmaiah, ZPTC Devanapalli Pushpa, MPTC Anjireddy, PACS Chairman Anand Rao, Srinivas, Sampath, Jakkanna, Narasaiah, Tahsildar Venkat Reddy and Banda Tirupati were among those present.

SA’s best creatives will take part in Design Joburg in May Sun, 15 May 2022 17:18:51 +0000

Design Joburg runs May 19-21, 2022 at the Sandton Convention Centre, while the side event – Design Joburg Collective (which will include industry tours, trend talks and networking events) kicks off May 17 and will be live at nearby decor and design districts Kramerville and 44 Stanley.


A host of South Africa’s top creatives, including multi-award winning designer Rich Mnisi, award-winning contemporary multimedia visual artist, Trevor Stuurman, industry icon Maira Koutsoudakis, creative director Manthe Ribane Liebmann and Cocoon Lifestyle founder Bilala Mabuza – all from Johannesburg – will be attending Design Joburg.

The creative committee leading this year’s collaborations and highlights includes some of the best creative minds in town, including Trevor Stuurman, Manthe Ribane Liebmann, Mabuza and idea synthesizer Sir Abner Makgamatha.

Together they drive collaborations and strengths and have pooled their resources to create a deeply immersive experience that encompasses technology and technological innovations, sustainable design practices, explorations, and a post-pandemic response to the world as we know him.

As much a cerebral event as it is a social event, Design Joburg is an opportunity to have a glass of champagne, mingle with local talent and other connoisseurs, and get up close to some of the most exciting and thought-provoking creative endeavors that unfold in decor and design. arenas right now.

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The Design Theater will be a space to take a break and catch up on fascinating and eye-opening design-focused talks, from both local shapeshifters and commentators and international mavens, which will be streamed via the Design London platform. Mabuza will lead the curation of this engagement space.

Lead sponsor Sanlam Private Wealth presents a showcase of brand new work from designers Mpho Vackier of The Urbanative, Zizi Poswa of Imiso Ceramics and Candice Lawrence of Modern Gesture.

The Architects’ Gallery is a showcase of some of the finest architectural projects in the country. This year, however, the introduction of an immersive three-dimensional element will bring each of the gallery’s buildings to life.

Always a hit with visitors, Hendrick’s Gin Bar returns using the iconic gin’s signature blend of 11 botanicals as its design cue.

Once again, the show’s restaurant will be a focal point and an immersive space where design, architecture and gastronomy converge.

The Retail Corridor is a dedicated space where visitors can take home a wealth of coveted locally designed products – from cushions to ceramics and of course a phone full of images to ponder for further inspiration at home. reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and other advanced digital technologies are among the main features of Design Joburg 2022, with visitors treated to an immersive journey into the metaverse, a series of expert lectures, architecture, interior and design, as well as life in general.

Architectural Tours: This year’s program includes designer-led tours of iconic buildings, including The Bank in Rosebank designed by Daffonchio Architects and The Leonardo in Sandton, designed by Co-Arc International Architects. Tours will have a brand new VR component that will allow visitors to experience buildings from the inside without even leaving the gallery.

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]]> Architecture Design Software Market Size, Outlook, Strategies, Manufacturers, Type and Application, Global Forecast to 2029 – Instant Interview Sun, 15 May 2022 10:08:56 +0000

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Leesburg Area Building Academies, Home Building, Careers Sun, 15 May 2022 01:30:28 +0000

Local high school building academies in Leesburg, The Villages, Eustis and South Lake had a record school year for student participation, but more importantly, these young people helped build four homes for Habit for Humanity of Lake-Sumter .

In April and May, the students handed over the keys to new owners who, without these programs and Habitat for Humanity, would never have been able to become owners. The construction academies of these high schools are a true partnership between the public and private sectors, and many of these students can leave high school with a job in hand.

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Six years ago, when Leesburg Construction Academy was re-established, there were only about 35 students, and the program was struggling, to say the least. With guidance from the Lake County School’s new superintendent, Diane Kornegay, and the commitment of the local construction industry, Leesburg Academy received an $880,000 grant that revitalized the program.

This money was not wasted.

Equipment and materials were purchased, and a partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Lake-Sumter was forged to give students hands-on experiences in home building.