From the monthly archives:

June 2012

A new report from the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) claims that Europe’s citizens and businesses could benefit from better protection for their computer systems and data if the cyber insurance market can be kick-started. Though cyber security is an important concern for European and national policy makers, businesses and citizens, there is [...]

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In one of the most closely-watched decisions in recent years, the Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act, including the controversial individual mandate requiring most Americans to purchase health insurance or face a financial penalty. SCOTUS Blog posted a succinct one paragraph summary of the decision: The Affordable Care Act, including its individual mandate that [...]

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Last week at the annual Wharton Leader Conference, I was presented with an interesting theory: Quiet leaders, oftentimes, make for better leaders. This goes against what we all know as the stereotypical leader — loud, strong-willed and and an all-around extravert. But Adam Grant, associate professor of management at the Wharton School of Business, claims [...]

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Tomorrow is World Risk Day. It will be the first ever World Risk Day. But in reality, it’s a moment more than a decade in the making. Starting with 9/11 in 2001, the world has seemingly become exponentially more risky by the day. From Enron to Katrina to pandemic scares to cyberattacks to the 2008 [...]

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