With all the controversy about Russian hacking into the US election process as well as state-to-state incursions as from North Korea, China, and Iran, there’s a lot of buzz about cybersecurity. Every businessperson these days hopefully knows the basics – things like having an up-to-date virus program or being sure not to click on email attachments. Continue reading

You can’t seem to go anywhere in the U.S. today without hearing a reference to Game of Thrones. As the final season goes into production, fandom pages are already trying to anticipate who the winners and losers will be. Each kingdom has a list of strengths and weaknesses that could determine their outcome. Continue reading

Technology has made the corporate world more mobile and quicker to respond, yet nothing is perfect. As slick and smart as business runs today, setbacks are normal. Continue reading

Electronic Surveillance is all over the news today. Not just with respect to the Trump administration and alleged meetings between key campaign officials and the Russians, but also in respect to the general business world. In business, an iPhone isn’t a luxury, it’s a necessity. Continue reading

The world of corporate espionage is big business for bad guys these days. As soon as a company seems to have a handle on cyber security, hackers get creative and come up with a new plan. Not only do corporate leaders have to stay aware of new threats, but each tier in the employee hierarchy has to be on top of it as well. Continue reading

It is a platitude to speak about an arms race between governments and terrorist organizations. With all of the recent news and controversies surrounding the dispute between the United States government, particularly the federal Bureau of investigation, and Apple Corporation, the issues with respect to technology and its openness to being hacked are very much in the news. Whatever your perspective on this dispute, and to be sure there are very valid arguments to be made on both sides here, for most corporations the issue has to do more with the problems of surveillance that may be occurring against your organization. Continue reading