July 2018

With his soft voice and calm Midwestern demeanor, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats doesn’t seem like a scary guy. But lately, Coats has been saying some pretty scary things, and not just about Russia’s Internet-based interference in US elections. Coats is warning that weaknesses in US cybersecurity could be setting us up for a […]

 Print For generations, Americans signing up for the military have had the basic choice of applying to enter the Marines, Army, Air Force or Navy. Within the branches, various training is offered for career paths such as communications, operations or logistics, notes a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. For those engaged in combat, few are ever far […]

L-R Richard Fidei, Jamey Zellner and Fred Karlinsky, Greenberg Traurig. Cybersecurity remains one of the biggest concerns facing the insurance industry. While all levels of operation within an organization are responsible for cybersecurity, recent litigation and regulatory action have demonstrated that the ultimate responsibility for enacting a company’s cybersecurity rests with the board of directors. Many boards of directors […]

With his soft voice and calm Midwestern demeanor, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats doesn’t seem like a scary guy. But lately, Coats has been saying some pretty scary things, and not just about Russia’s Internet-based interference in US elections. Coats is warning that weaknesses in US cybersecurity could be setting us up for a […]

In 1774, Alexander Hamilton posited that good policy consists of three ingredients: “First, that the necessity of the times require it. Secondly, that it be not the probable source of greater evils, than those it pretends to remedy. And lastly, that it have a probability of success.” Though this Hamiltonian framework is useful for any policy […]

A list of recommended fictions and nonfictions Ghachar Ghochar by Vivek Shanbhag Shanbhag’s rags to riches thriller is as precisely pitched as it is lucid. The story of a family’s ascent to wealth and power, it flawlessly shows, in a novella barely 70pgs, how working class protectiveness mutates in the presence of money.  Frankenstein in Baghdad by […]

Cyber criminals have stolen more than £11m from clients of legal firms in the past 12 months, with 60% of legal firms reporting attacks – up from 42% in 2014. Download this free guide 8 approaches to effective web security Many people assume that they are untouchable when browsing the web. Many people are wrong. […]