To protect your online life, you have to start thinking differently.
In the past decade, flooding took place in 50 of 53 countries in the WHO European region, with the most severe floods in Romania, Russia, Turkey, and the UK. It […]
The opening lines from The Isley Brothers 1969 Tamla Motown song, Behind a Painted smile, echo the sentiments of many I imagine. Some people wear a painted smile to hide their own emotions and feelings; for the sake of either being ‘decent’ or not wanting to give the ‘game’ away.
The social responsibility movement started with debates about corporations having a responsibility to society – it is now recognized that people, planet and profit are mutually inclusive. Since these early […]
Teenagers caught carrying out hacking and cyber-attacks could soon be attending a rehab camp that aims to divert them away from a life of crime. The first weekend camp for […]
European Union excuses Belgian fries from new Food Safety regulations.
Last week, European Member States decided to approve the European Commission’s proposal to reduce the presence of acrylamide in food. Once new regulations are in place, they will require food […]
The United States will not resume imports of beef from Brazil until food safety issues have been addressed, US Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue announced. Purdue met with his Brazilian counterpart, […]
Predictions vary by decades, but most agree it is coming, with major implications. In the first decade of the 2000s, there was growing concern about so-called “Peak Oil,” based on […]
Risks affecting organisations can have consequences in terms of economic performance and professional reputation, as well as environmental, safety and societal outcomes. Managing risk effectively helps organisations to perform well […]
As political heavyweights made their way to Brussels for the second round of Brexit talks, British Brexit Secretary David Davis urged all sides to ‘get down to business’. The European […]
Recent revelations about the government of Mexico’s widespread use of spyware to monitor adversaries in the press and the human rights community represent a gift for organized crime. The New […]
A security expert examines if the hackers of Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs could actually take over a real smart city (interview) One of the appealing parts about Ubisoft’s upcoming Watch Dogs […]
A Wisconsin company called “Three Square Market” will have employees (voluntary) receive RFID (microchip) implants that will allow them to access doors, vending machines and other facilities around the workplace. […]
The hacker BestBuy pleaded guilty in court on Friday to hijacking more than 900,000 routers from the network of Deutsche Telekom. The notorious hacker BestBuy, also known as Popopret, pleaded […]
Even oil companies understand that solar is the future. The massive oil conglomerate is pumping money into renewable energy. On Monday, Shell CEO Ben Van Beurden said that the company […]
Impact Forecasting has published the latest edition of its monthly Global Catastrophe Recap report, which evaluates the impact of the natural disaster events that occurred worldwide during June 2017. A […]
Rising costs of food wastage and legislation aimed at reducing the problem is motivating organizations to use big data in order to combat the issue.
Measurements over Canada’s Mackenzie River Basin suggest that thawing permafrost is starting to free greenhouse gases long trapped in oil and gas deposits. Global warming may be unleashing new sources […]
Whether it’s celebrating a milestone birthday or taking a casual cruise through the drive-thru, Americans prefer dining out over cooking a meal at home for the first time in history. […]
Firefighters in the West are starting to see it every year: an earlier start to the fire season and millions of acres of forest and range burned or ablaze as […]
ISO 37001 ABMS Lead Implementer training and certification in Dallas, TX, USA on 21-25 August.
Early detection of fire and smoke are essential to save lives, property and the environment. Modern technology such as video fire detectors, especially in some high-risk places like tunnels, oil […]
Businesses everywhere, beware—what happened at Verizon can happen to you, too. The names, addresses, phone numbers and in some cases, security PINs of 6 million Verizon customers stored on large […]
A new study by OneLogin has revealed that a large proportion of businesses fail to adequately protect their networks from the potential threat posed by ex-employees. The firm surveyed more […]
In a catastrophic event, most people fail to do the one thing that would save their life. John Leach, a military survival instructor who researches behaviour in extreme environments at […]
Disaster strikes when you least expect it, and it’s increasingly been shown that organizations can no longer afford to believe that such emergencies won’t happen to them. Business continuity and […]
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As we hit the midpoint of 2017, Petya ransomware is infecting systems all across the globe – leaving hundreds of businesses unable to operate. However, let’s not let this outbreak […]
See why 80 to 90% of people respond inappropriately in a crisis. Would you do better?
A quick glance at the accelerating technological change over recent years, and the subsequent upheavals, could be enough to make us all fear for the future of the global economy. […]
Paris is set to ban diesel cars within city limits by 2025, which may well serve as a trial run for the rest of the country for gas and diesel […]