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Is Gordon Ramsay a good Data Protection Officer?

In this age of clouds and digitalization, Gordon Ramsay proves that good old physical security controls are still very relevant (and way too often overlooked)!

This week – Slavery, GDPR and Social Responsibility

What is trending this week in the world of resilience?

How the Kilauea Eruption Affected This Hawaii Community | National Geographic

Sharing a deep connection to nature’s power—and to people displaced by it—two photographers document a volcano’s destruction, and help the Leilani Estates community recover.

See a Gigantic Sinkhole on New Zealand’s North Island | National Geographic

A giant sinkhole measuring about 650 feet long and up to 100 feet wide opened up in the ground on New Zealand's North Island.

World’s Most Powerful Geyser Erupts Three Times After Years of Quiet | National Geographic

After years without a blast, the world's tallest geyser, Yellowstone's fitful Steamboat, has erupted three times in less than two months.

Glitches reported as emergency alert testing resumes across Canada

The same problems that affected Ontario on Monday are being seen across the country as tests continue.

Why every Twitter users should update their password right now!

Twitter's 330 million users are being urged to change their passwords after some were exposed in plain text on its internal network.

Alert Ready will hit your smartphone: Here’s what it’s all about

Millions of cellphones, tablets and other portable devices will sound off across the country next week to test Canada’s new public emergency alert system.

Is there such a thing as an ethical electric car?

Carmakers and big tech struggle to keep batteries free from child labor.

Trending this week – New website, Journalism and Barbados

This week, new version of The Resilience Post, Denis Goulet in the Barbados and Phil Gurski analyses the responsibilities of journalists in counter terrorism.

What is Urban Resilience?

Urban resilience is a city's ability to survive, adapt, and grow amid the many shocks and stresses it inevitably experiences.

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