I recently had the good fortune of speaking with published author, Navy veteran, and cybersecurity expert Robert M. Brzenchek about his take on the state of America’s cybersecurity posture.
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month – an initiative created to raise our nation’s knowledge of the vital role that cybersecurity plays in keeping Americans safe and secure online.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks. As such, twenty years seems like a good time to reflect on how that single day changed many of our lives forever.
During the past 18 months, we’ve found ourselves adjusting to an ever-changing world. We’ve never been more reliant on, and comforted by, leaders who exude trust in extreme situations.
I am reaching out to share some thoughts regarding the withdrawal of U.S. troops and the events happening in Afghanistan, as well as the upcoming 20th anniversary of September 11.
We’re going to look at one of the most notorious personal injury cases to make news headlines in the last 30 years, the McDonald’s hot coffee case.
Traditionally but not always, the four biggest months for firework imports are March, April, May and June, though not in that order.