Category: Risk & Security

60% of UK Consumers Leaving Themselves Vulnerable to New Year’s Resolution Scams

27% of consumers feel pressure from brands when trying to achieve their New Year’s goals

MSC Zoe: Islands hit as 270 containers fall off ship

Extensive debris has washed up on islands off the Dutch north coast after some 270 containers including chemicals fell off a cargo ship in a storm.

The cost of natural disasters in 2018: US$155 billion

This year was the fourth-costliest on record for the insurance industry despite a drop in total economic losses from natural and man-made catastrophes.

How an Explosion Turned New York’s Night Sky an Electric Blue

A transformer explosion in Queens sent an eerie blue light flooding the nighttime sky over New York City Thursday night, startling residents.

A Supply Chain Christmas Wishlist for 2018

"I wish we had more recognized supply chain thought leaders"

Fire safety tips for the Christmas holiday season

The Office of the Fire Commissioner and Emergency Management B.C. have provided a list of life-saving precautions over the holiday season to prevent fires.

Resilience in 2019 will be much broader than preparedness

Resilience goes beyond your traditional emergency management and preparedness: it extends to community capacity building, health, cyber security, business continuity and critical infrastructure.

David Attenborough: ‘The collapse of our civilizations is on the horizon’

Renowned nature broadcaster David Attenborough has told world leaders that climate change could lead to collapse of civilizations, and much of the natural world.

EU investigates hacked diplomatic communications

The European Union is investigating a cyber hack of its diplomatic communications, allegedly by Chinese hackers, that revealed EU concern about U.S. Donald Trump, Russia and Iran.

Facebook gave Spotify and Netflix access to users’ private messages

A new New York Times expose has revealed that Facebook gave 150 companies access to hundreds of millions of users' data without their consent.

‘Counter’ terrorism policies that breed more terrorism are not smart

A few recently surfaced stories have reminded me that on occasion the decisions made by those who should know better are really dumb.

PewDiePie Supporters Hack Printers Again, But This Time With a Serious Intention

This time there appears to be a bigger message to users: protect your printers.

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