2016 in Review.

2016 in Review.

Over the last 2 years Neos Chronos has successfully delivered a sizable number of thought-leading assignments on digital business models that create unfair advantage, integrated user experience models that generate a new position of growth, and scaling lean startups for sales success. Continuing the tradition started back in 2013, our in-house designers took everything we learned and created the 2016 Insights Series booklet. We are happy to share this complimentary booklet with you.

Originally published on Jan 12, 2017. Go to the full article at https://neoschronos.com/insights/2016-in-review/

A Primer to Communications Security.

A Primer to Communications Security.

There are many good reasons behind securing communications within the enterprise and across enterprise borders as part of a company’s Business Information Security strategy. Undoubtedly, “preventing unauthorized interceptors from accessing telecommunications in an intelligible form, while still delivering content to the intended recipients” is mandatory for any enterprise (asset protection) and any individual (privacy protection).

Originally published on Mar 11, 2016. Go to the full article at http://neoschronos.com/insights/a-primer-to-communications-security/

2014 in Review.

2014 in Review.

Over the last year Neos Chronos has expanded its reach, with assignments from existing and new clients. We are grateful for the trust and the recognition received for our work. Continuing the tradition started in the last year, our in-house designers took everything we learned and created the 2014 Insights Series booklet. We are happy to share this complimentary booklet with you.

Originally published on May 07, 2015. Go to the full article at http://neoschronos.com/insights/2014-in-review/

What if Privacy went Open-Source.

What if Privacy went Open-Source.

Not so long ago the title of this article would have sounded crazy. “Why would anyone make their private data freely available?” I hear you ask. The answer is that while we might have not consciously decided to do so, our private data is already out there for everyone to read. If this is the case, what would it mean making our private data open-source?

Originally published on July 6, 2013. Go to the full article at http://neoschronos.com/insights/what-if-privacy-went-open-source/