Written by Jason Crabtree
True Complexity and False Simplicity
Jason Crabtree, QOMPLX CEO and co-founder, wrote 'True Complexity and False Simplicity' for the National Academy of Engineering 2020 Winter Issue of The Bridge on Complex Unifiable Systems.
QOMPLX 2021: Our Cyber Predictions for the New Year
Nobody will be too sad to see the back side of 2020. But what does 2021 have in store for us? To find out, we sat down with QOMPLX CEO Jason Crabtree and CTO Andrew Sellers to get their thoughts.
Modeling Matchups - Diving into the Massive Spreads in Laura’s Loss Estimates
Hurricane Laura was one of the most powerful storms in U.S. history, leaving widespread destruction. However, loss assessments from various modeling companies have been inconsistent. What causes this disparity, and how can QOMPLX help to solve the problem? Read More
A Watershed Pride Month in LGBTQIA+ History
As Pride Month draws to a close, QOMPLX joins with the LGBTQIA+ community in celebrating this month’s victory for civil rights.
QOMPLX Ideas: Ahead of Digital Transformation: Address Security Fundamentals
Business leaders need to know when to quit dead-end technology projects and do the right thing by their customers, instead of trying to save face and plough on.
QOMPLX Ideas: The Provenance of Data-Driven Decision-making
What happens when the data feeding the algorithms is inaccurate, outdated or of low quality? In this blog post, QOMPLX CEO Jason Crabtree explains why more attention must be paid to the provenance of data on which decisions are made.