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Let’s try an exercise; I’m going to give you some scenarios and you put them in order, from least to greatest risk to general health and safety: Going to the Doctor Living near a Nuclear Power Plant Driving a Car Playing with Fireworks Flying in an Airplane Shaking something free from a Vending Machine Swimming in the Ocean during Shark Attack Season Finished deciding your order? Based on the number of casualties per year, and ordered least to greatest, here’s the answer: Living near a Nuclear Power Plant Swimming in the Ocean during shark attack season Shak

Two themes that we’ve covered in the past, if you want something done right you have to do it yourself and the importance of being proactive, are two common themes when it comes to the regulatory risk and compliance spaces. With the industry in the state that it is, the implications that a company is failing to institute its own measures for maintaining compliance with the regulations are becoming too severe to ignore. Looking back on the 2008 financial crisis, poor regulatory oversight, while not the primary cause of the collapse, played an important role in a global economic recession.

President, package, exposure, raid, government. What do these words mean to you? Well, according to the NSA, they mean that you might be a terrorist. Released in 2011, as part of their Analyst Desktop Binder, the NSA revealed a list of 377 keywords that they use to monitor for any potential threat. If you go through the list, you’ll notice words like “recovery”, “response”, “Cloud” and many others that are similarly generic in nature. Now, given the context, those words start to make more sense, right? When it comes to surveillance of any kind, for the purposes of na

The year is 2054 and crime as we know it, has been virtually eliminated. With the help of 3 mutated humans, called “Precogs”, capable of seeing crimes before they happen, the “PreCrime” unit, led by Tom Cruise, can stop murders before they occur, presumably without messing up their perfect hair. Now while the hair might be real, obviously the plot of Minority Report is science fiction. While a system, human or otherwise, capable of seeing what has yet to unfold would be a dream, as it stands in 2016 and for the foreseeable future, we possess neither the science nor the technology

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