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Did You Know Trust is a Decision that Follows a Process?Trust is not an emotion. When we decide to trust, we follow a structured process. Like a movie film, there are many frames and, in each frame, lots of moving parts. The Trust Decision Model presents a structure that exposes how we decide to trust or not trust. Understanding that process opens the door to achieving digital trust . . . and more.
How Can Engineers Organize All the Rules?In the Digital Age, deciding on digital information requires gathering all the rules that apply. The Unified Rules Model offers a new way of identifying, organizing, and executing all of the rules that govern a digital system, device, application, or information asset.
How Can Digital Information Be Classified to Apply the Rules?To apply rules to digital information, and make trust decisions, an entirely new model is required to organize and structure information to which rules can be attached-like protons and electrons inside an atom. This is what the Unified Information Model unleashes—disciplined governance.
Why is Risk Management Dead as a Business Discipline?Today, companies and governments continue to patch what already exists, rather than invest in building something new. In Achieving Digital Trust, Jeffrey explains why, and presents the path that must be taken to leave the Dilemma of Dead Man’s Curve.
What is the Trust Prism?The Trust Prism is the signature innovation created by Jeffrey - a 4-dimensional visual architecture through which the design and performance of any digital asset can be engineered and evaluated. The Trust Prism integrates together the Trust Decision Model, the Unified Rules Model, the Unified Information Model, and ore . . . into a dynamic, scalable, extensible expression of whether you can decide to trust or not trust.