Make the most of your cybersecurity plan by training your people

As with anything else in your organization, the way to ensure a job gets done properly is…

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Healthcare-Associated Infections: Study Finds Super-Bugs Hitchhike on Health Care Providers

Healthcare-associated infections (HAI) are a threat to patient safety. Prevention and reduction of healthcare-associated infections is a…

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Who Leaves, Who Comes Back After Disasters Strike a Community? – A Dr. Plodinec Analysis

“Freedom’s just another word for nothing left to lose.” — Kris Kristofferson When a community endures catastrophic…

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Disruption is Endlessly Creative

Our friends at R3 Continuum have graciously allowed us to share an article written by Jeff Gorter,…

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Protect Your Website Against Unwanted Hackers

We are pleased to share this article by Jeff Lantz of Esquire Interactive, LLC Wordfence – Plugin…

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Change, Learning and Leadership

I was reading an article recently, Principles for an Age of Acceleration. The basic premise of the…

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The Future of Logistical Resupply for Disaster Management, Response and Recovery

One of the basic preparedness rules for successful disaster response and recovery is the principle that one…

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Executive Meetings – Critical Forums or Kabuki?

Patrick Lencioni wrote Death by Meeting in which he explored the usefulness of meetings and made some…

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A Guide to Active Shooter Insurance in 90 Seconds – Part 4: Standard Coverages May or May Not Respond

Does standard insurance coverage protect your organization from a lone-wolf attack or active shooter incident? In this…

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Strategies for Safety and Survival in Vehicular Attacks

The Firestorm team is pleased to share this article by Expert Council Member, Steven M. Crimando, MA,…

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