Cyber Security

+-*Today’s Wall Street Journal has a great section on cyber security for business. Many of the points in the article I discussed at a recent presentation that I did for Cosentry. They are outlined in this article from the Kansas City Star from a couple of weeks ago. http://www.kansascity.com/news/business/technology/article16312010.html

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Leadership Communication

+-*Thanks to the EPN group in Kansas City for having me as a speaker last week. I received some follow-up questions about a particular part of the keynote. I referenced a study that was done by Todd McDonald and Kyndra Wilson involving over 2,000 people, who were asked to finish this statement: “I wish my […]

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Passionate Leadership

+-*It was my pleasure to speak last week at the annual conference of the Pennsylvania Association of School Personnel Administrators on the topic of “Passionate Leadership”. I noticed this column in The New York Times, which included some advice on keeping the message simple, something I spoke about in Pennsylvania.       http://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/01/business/susan-salka-of-amn-healthcare-where-are-you-in-your-journey-of-life.html?_r=0

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Hackers List

+-*You have heard of Angie’s List. Now we have Hacker’s List. A site that matches hackers with people who want gain access to a person’s email account, among other things. To stay private and protected from anyone who might seek professional help to hack your accounts, two things are important: 1. Use strong passwords for […]

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Tax Refund Fraud – Protect Yourself

+-*I will be talking about tax refund fraud on Fox national news with Shepard Smith today in the 3 pm ET hour. The bottom line is this: If you think a crook may have your social security number, go to the IRS Web site and download form 14039. Complete the form and send it to […]

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The Anthem Breach – Protecting Yourself From Identity Theft

+-*The latest security breach, which took place at health insurer Anthem, was announced yesterday. From an affected person’s standpoint, the Anthem breach is the worst type that could happen. The breach involved social security numbers, which creates an “all access pass” for an identity thief. For starters, the SSN allows crooks to open new credit […]

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