November 14, 2018
An employer is shut down because a contractor used its Wi-Fi to download and distribute child pornography. Jack McCalmon examines the many risks associated with child porn. Read more...
Shareholders sue, alleging they were not paid enough for their stocks because of falsified financial information. We examine. Read more...
Beards for Norse Pagans are allowed in the Army and in the private sector, although they are not required as part of the religion. Have accommodations gone too far? You make the call and take our poll. Read more...
Phishing emails are the most common source of malware and are often effective. We examine spam and which types trick us the most. Read more...
CEO And CFO Fraud Creates Exposures For Boards
The SEC finds two Silicon Valley company officers committed a $700 million fraud. What oversight was missing that led to this enormous fraud? We examine. Read More
Are Your IoT Devices Vulnerable To Attack?
Too often organizations and individuals forget to secure IoT devices, which hackers can breach to access network-connected computers. We examine. Read More
An Enterprise-Wide Cybersecurity Plan: A Crucial Step For Protecting Data
Not having a cybersecurity plan with human oversight left the U.S. Department of the Interior vulnerable to data breaches. We examine what this means for your organization. Read More
With A Tight Labor Market, Management Skills Will Increasingly Determine Employee Retention
Managers are the key to employee retention. Learn how you can create a positive work culture to help keep employees in your organization. Read More
Due Diligence: A Critical First Step Before Business Acquisitions
Practicing due diligence in hiring and acquisitions will help leaders make the best decisions for their organizations and avoid fraud. Read More
Ask Leslie: Can I Just Settle With A Former Employee?
An employer who received a settlement demand letter from a former employee's lawyer wants to just pay the demand and get on with life. Leslie Zieren, Esq. weighs in. Read More