Tag: resilience

  • Future Enterprise Series: The Decisive Enterprise – QUT/MIT

    For more details, please visit: https://www.qut.edu.au/engage/the-future-enterprise-webinar-series/the-decisive-enterprise

  • Situation Awareness for Incident Response – Computers & Security

    New article in Computers and Security. How can organizations develop situation awareness for incident response: A case study of management practice Organized, sophisticated and persistent cyber-threat-actors pose a significant challenge to large, high-value organizations. They are capable of disrupting and destroying cyber infrastructures, denying organizations access to IT services, and stealing sensitive information including intellectual […]

  • AI and Smart Cities: Risks and Opportunities

    Tan Yigitcanlar, Luke Butler, Farnoosh Roozkhosh, and I have published a paper in Energies.

  • Strategically-Motivated Advanced Persistent Threat – Computers & Security

    Atif Ahmad (University of Melbourne), Jeb Webb (Oceania Cyber Security Centre), James Boorman (Oceania Cyber Security Centre), and I have a new article accepted for publication in Computers & Security. Advanced persistent threat (APT) is widely acknowledged to be the most sophisticated and potent class of security threat. APT refers to knowledgeable human attackers that are […]

  • Cities Are Surprisingly Fragile – Scientific American

  • 2017 Global Cities Forum, China Institute for Urban Governance, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

    I am looking forward to my upcoming trip to Shanghai. I will deliver a keynote address at the 2017 Global Cities Forum hosted by the China Institute for Urban Governance at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. The Smart City Bandwagon: Have We Lost our Way? Cities around the world are investing significant resources to transform themselves […]

  • BIG Ideas, Economic Resilience, Alliance for Innovation

    I will be attending  the BIG Ideas Conference hosted by the Alliance for Innovation in Fort Lauderdale. I co-authored one of the discussion papers for the conference with Kendra Smith. The paper takes a critical look at what it takes to build cities and communities that are economically resilient. Economic Resilience: No Big Ideas Needed! Resilience is one of […]

  • Chennai: City Profile – Cities

    Rashmi Krishnamurthy and I have a paper accepted in Cities.  Cities around the world are experiencing tremendous population growth, and this is especially true in the developing world. In this profile, we feature the city of Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu, India. Chennai is the largest industrial commercial center in South India; it is often […]

  • Big Data and Urban Informatics at UIC

    I am in Chicago to attend the NSF sponsored Workshop on Big Data and Urban Informatics. I will chair the Crisis and Emergency Informatics track and will present the following paper. ‘Big’ Data + ‘Open’ Data + ‘Mobile’ Data: Urban Informatics I take the view of a city as a platform. As a platform, a city has infrastructure, […]

  • Smart Cities Financing Guide – Smart Cities Council

    In collaboration with my colleagues, David Swindell, Jonathan GS Koppell, and Kendra L. Smith, I authored the Smart Cities Financing Guide for the Smart Cities Council. This guide highlights 28 of the most promising financial tools — including alternatives to the traditional funding mechanisms municipalities have used for decades. It also includes: Detailed analyses of each option based […]