Ten priorities for reducing the risks posed by flooding and fire.
Some things are hard to predict. And others are unlikely. In business, as in life, both can happen at the same time, catching us off guard.
There’s no question that mining has been made safer over the years, but mines are still one of the most hazardous places to work.
The natural evolution of supply chain, or a step too far? Would you use this kind of service?
Does deradicalization actually works? Unfortunately no one really has any idea yet. An interesting opinion piece by Phil Gurski.
Equifax’s former CEO Richard Smith in an attempt to make sense of how things went so wrong.
Tech experts sound the alarm over the ExpensiveWall smartphone malware which drains victim’s bank accounts. Are you of the 4 million people infected so far?
Well, this month’s total number of leaked records looked like it was going to be very low, but in fact it’s the highest one we’ve ever done. The discovery of […]
What recently happened in Barcelona has taken some interesting twists and turns. A heinous act that we all thought was yet another quasi-random example of ‘vehicular terrorism’ (Nice, Berlin, Stockholm, London, Charlottesville…) […]
The DEFCON conference happened in Las Vegas last week, and roughly 18,000 security researchers, IT professionals and hacking enthusiasts attended, so now feels like as appropriate a time as any […]
Microchip implants, now being offered to workers by some companies, do come with risks, but not the ones you might imagine. The tiny bump on the back of Dave Williams’ […]
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 […]