From the monthly archives:

January 2012

By now, we have seen it so many times: a company faces a crisis that was created entirely through social media. There are certainly many activist campaigns launched through Facebook, Twitter and blogs that bring negative attention to companies. But what really makes the most headlines is when companies bring a fiasco upon themselves. We’ve [...]

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The Deadliest Car Bombs

by Jared Wade on January 30, 2012 · 0 comments

On the 10-year anniversary of September 11, we took a look at some of the deadliest terrorist attacks in history. Those attacks that have been most spectacular in nature — such as the unique means used in 9/11 and the U.S.S. Cole bombing and horror of rampages such as those in Mumbai and Norway — [...]

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As we posted yesterday, Saturday, January 28, is Data Privacy Day. Keeping with that theme, we think it’s important to focus on data risk management. Brian McGinley, senior vice president of data risk management at Identity Theft 911 offers this well-written piece on the timely topic. Think of data as a living organism. Just like a [...]

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In our February issue of Risk Management magazine, we highlighted seven of the key risks that companies will face in the coming year. These, we claim, are the risks that “if they don’t keep you up at night, might bring down your company.”  We have no delusions that this list is comprehensive or that all [...]

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