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The Weekend of Rachael

I have this story to tell, but I started writing it a week ago, and then I thought, “Wouldn’t this be so cool if I did it to the tune of the theme song from… 746 more words


The Gut Smarter Than the Brain

So, why is it that when it comes to incredibly important life decisions we often rely on our stomach and not our brain and mind? 325 more words


Ebola in the media (again)

On the radio was a program praising the UK nurse who got Ebola and is going back out to Sierra Leone for a retry at killing himself. 430 more words


Breach Coverage Versus General Liability - A Lesson from the PF Changs Incident

Dark Reading has posted a good article discussing the legal wranglings surrounding PF Changs and Travelers Insurance and the liability of the breach.  This will lead to many more conversations and law suits and plans to determine how cyber risk should be mitigated. 7 more words

Security News

Addressing Deadly Hepatitis B: UCSD Research Using @RISK and PrecisionTree Informs Public Health Policy

The Hepatitis B virus is 100 times more infectious than HIV, and kills more than 780,000 people each year. It can cause a potentially life-threatening liver infection often leading to cirrhosis and liver cancer.  296 more words

Case Studies

I fear that the risks I take are more risky to those closest to me than they are for myself.


Ebola: Curbing the Disease (and the Fear)

Some are calling the backlash from the recent Ebola cases striking in the US as “fearbola.” CNN contributor Mel Robbins this week coined the phrase, describing the public outcry a “hyper-contagious disease that affects the brain, making sufferers fear a widespread Ebola outbreak in the United States.” 463 more words