Safety and Security

“You Can’t Go It Alone”  Pt. 1 – ISACs & ISAOs 

In today’s world of cyberattacks against companies, the idea of sharing information between companies on cyber developments and incidents is becoming more critical.  However, there are some barriers in place, both from a legal perspective and from company perspectives, to...

/ July 11, 2016

NTSB’s Lynchburg findings: What we learned

This week, the National Transportation Safety Board released its findings into the oil train derailment and fire that caused $1.2 million in damage in Lynchburg, Virginia almost two years ago on April 30, 2014 – and concluded that a broken rail was...

/ March 3, 2016

FAA Reauthorization Takes Flight – Includes Buzzworthy Drone Language

Drones are cutting edge technology that have received an uptick in attention over the last couple of years—gaining notoriety despite their beneficial commercial and recreational uses. The occasional unauthorized flight over secure areas can cause a heightened sense of alert,...

/ February 23, 2016

Cybersecurity: Affecting organizations both large and small

A news item came to light this week, but seemed to be noticed mainly by those in cybersecurity. The IT system of the Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center in California was being held for ransom, and the hospital paid the $17,000 ransom this...

/ February 18, 2016