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.
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.
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.”
They are everywhere: in your pocket, in your car, in your hands, in your lap and even “in your face.”
A record-setting insecurity week.
In a recent development in data breach class actions in Canada, Justice Perell of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, while approving the class settlement in Lozanski v The Home Depot, Inc., denied payments sought by the representative Plaintiffs (the “Honoraria”) and substantially reduced counsel fees payable pursuant to the settlement.