Cyberterrorism

In recent times, business leaders are taking cues from video games (and other virtual games) by infusing them to their work processes to build great teams – that are essential to an organization’s success. Experts now suggest, Pokemon Go, which has taken the world by storm, may be one of the best ways for CXOs […]

In recent times, business leaders are taking cues from video games (and other virtual games) by infusing them to their work processes to build great teams – that are essential to an organization’s success. Experts now suggest, Pokemon Go, which has taken the world by storm, may be one of the best ways for CXOs […]

Colchester, Vt. In Safety Matters, how well can Vermont respond to any situation thrown it’s way?  That’s the question state leaders hope to answer through a mass emergency response exercise. It’ll be the biggest drill ever held in Vermont, and it’s just a week and a half away.  The exercise is being called Operation Vigilant […]

Ben W. Heineman, Jr. is author of The Inside Counsel Revolution: Resolving the Partner-Guardian Tension. Previously, he was GE’s General Counsel. Corporations have been attacked from both right and left during the 2016 presidential election: on trade, on immigration, on campaign finance, on crony capitalism, on inequality. Fortune Editor and long-time political reporter Alan Murray […]

That’s what Trumpism challenges in the long run, a state of consciousness that can adapt to changing conditions and evolve. The changing conditions are no mystery: ISIS, globalism, hacking, cyberterror, lone wolves, climate change. These tags ae shorthand for an emerging new world. Can we adapt ourselves to it, solve the biggest problems, contain what […]

By Deepak Chopra, MD As Donald Trump’s campaigning becomes more unruly–some might say unhinged–the likelihood of him reaching the White House diminishes by the day. But Trumpism is a different story. The ingredients that go into Trumpism fall into the category Freud dubbed the psychopathology of everyday life. To use a broad brush, Freud saw […]

Computer Crime: Ethiopia’s New Challenge Amen Teferi   Since the commercialization of the Internet in the mid-1990s, its growth has been incredibly rapid. Some studies conducted to measure the growth of Internet had revealed that between 1994 and 1999 the number of countries connected to the Internet has increased from 83 to 226. According to […]

by WorldTribune Staff, July 3, 2016 Facebook fails to block posts that incite violence and Mark Zuckerberg, the social media giant’s chairman and co-founder, has the “blood of terror victims on his hands,” an Israeli official said. Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan said Facebook and Zuckerberg share partial responsibility for terrorist attacks, including a Palestinian […]