Category: Thailand

Censorship is Not Cybersecurity

Posted on 06/02/10 No Comments

There was a recent article in the Bangkok Post where a couple of guys I know were basically saying that Thailand needs more “cybersecurity” to control the flow of information in the Kingdom.   They basically said that a new government “cybersecurity organization” needs to be set up to insure that when Thai citizens protest about [...]

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TIBCO Continues to Lead in the CEP Space

Posted on 05/24/10 No Comments

After months under the specter of civil unrest in Thailand, and more recently nearly a week dominated by a government imposed curfew in Thailand, I was pleased to read Paul Vincent’s post, TUCON2010: Reviewing the reviews, and yet more CEP presentations…” Paul, Alan and the TIBCO event processing team continue to demonstrate why TIBCO is [...]

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A Epilogue to OWASP Thailand

Posted on 02/25/09 No Comments

This is an interesting story for folks who work abroad or wish to work in Thailand.   In addition, folks who are interested in OWASP might find this post interesting. I started the OWASP Thailand Chapter on 8 May 2008 and I called for a someone to replace me as chapter leader on 16 January 2009.   [...]

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An Update on the Political Situation in Thailand

Posted on 11/29/08 2 Comments

I am sure everyone has read the big news in Thailand.  Anti-government protesters have shut down the two main airports in Thailand for around 5 days, leaving the country in a state of chaos.   The current political crisis has been ongoing for a number of years and there is no possible end in sight. The [...]

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AMCHAM – OWASP: The Top Ten Cybersecurity Threats of 2008

Posted on 11/01/08 No Comments

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The 10 Top Cybersecurity Threats for 2008, AMCHAM & OWASP Thailand

Posted on 09/29/08 No Comments

Last year, in collaboration with IT security experts from (ISC)2 and the LinkedIn professional network, I published The Top Ten Cybersecurity Threats for 2008.  In a joint meeting with interested AMCHAM Thailand guests from the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP), Thailand, Chapter, we will review the 2008 top 10 cybersecurity threats and facilitate an [...]

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Lamphun Botanical Garden and Terracotta Arts

Posted on 09/22/08 No Comments

My dear friends in Lamphun, Thailand have been building a botanical garden. Enjoying life, I have working on various projects with my friends and have just made this YouTube video on their 150 rai (60.7 acres) of land in Lamphun. The project, under development, features trees, flowers, plants and herbs from all over Thailand in [...]

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Business In Thailand – Part 1: The Challenge

Posted on 09/05/08 7 Comments

Recently someone asked about business in Thailand.  Here is my first post on this challenging topic: First of all, as background information, I learned the Thai alphabet (script with 44 consonants and 32 vowels) nearly 20 years ago, so I have have a pretty decent foundation for the Thai language compared to most foreigners visting or working in [...]

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As They Say: When in Rome, Do as the Romans.

Posted on 08/07/08 No Comments

Recently I had a nice conversation with the head of Asia-Pacific of an international company about how to succeed in Thailand. I explained how businesses in Thailand do not respond well to companies that come to Thailand with no experience, track record or support infrastructure here in the Kingdom. I also explained how Thailand has [...]

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The Fallacy of Self-Fulfilling CEP Use Case Studies

Posted on 08/06/08 No Comments

I am back at the glaring computer screen after a day in Lamphun, Northern Thailand, hanging out will my friends who are preparing for a Bonsai tree competition.  I spent the day eating Thai and Chinese food and relaxing in a lounge chair under imported blue palm trees with the sound of exotic birds making background music to [...]

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