In my last post I talked about how organizations can get employees to follow security advice. Today’s riff is on “making it personal.” Make security self-serving.
The Clean Power Plan, the Obama Administration’s attempt to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from existing power plants, had its day in court on September 27. What a day it was!
Law firms are struggling these days to do a better job of retaining their Millennial lawyers.
Not many people will remember this but in 2008, Richard Thomas, the former UK Information Commissioner caused a fairly dramatic stir in the privacy world – at least among policy makers and fellow regulators – by unashamedly proclaiming that European data protection law was outdated and ineffective to address the technological and privacy challenges of the 21st century.
As our readers are likely aware, ordinances have been adopted in recent years in numerous jurisdictions limiting an employer’s ability to inquire about a job applicant’s criminal background.
U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez vowed a “Top-to-Bottom” review of whistleblower complaints filed by Wells Fargo employees over the last six years.
Legal marketers are BUSY folk.
The Chicago Cubs are rolling into the playoffs, putting the finishing touches on a historically dominant regular season with over 100 wins.
The China Fake Investment Scam: Does That Chinese Company Want to Invest in Your Company or Steal Your Technology?
China is awash in money these days and plenty of Chinese companies have plenty of it. What Chinese companies really need is good technology.
FDA hinted in May that it was planning to reconsider its longstanding and controversial criteria for using the term “healthy.”