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Ask Jack: Should We Allow Employees To Play Games On Their Laptops?

An employer wants to keep employees happy. One idea is to allow employees to game during work breaks. Jack examines the cyber risks.

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Ask Jack: If There Is No Evidence Of Data Being Stolen, Can I Still Be Held Responsible?

Jack McCalmon talks about the importance of not just post-breach exposures, but pre-breach exposures as well.

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Ask Jack: What Prevention Steps Are Missing Regarding Cybersecurity?

Most cyber breaches are due to human error. Jack McCalmon explains why training and an "all of the above" strategy is the right move for cybersecurity.

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Imprudent Investment Claims: Not A Sure Thing Under ERISA

 

A judge ruled that even though Home Depot may have had an imprudent process for choosing investments, the plaintiffs were unable to demonstrate an actual material loss as a result. Read more...

 

RiskTrends™ Trusted Insight Podcast: Billion Dollar Verdict Highlights Negligent Retention Risks For Employers

 

The McCalmon Group discusses an employee who murdered a customer and focuses on the big risks associated with negligent retention. Read more...

 

Will Your Staff Push Back On Returning To The Office? You Make The Call

 

Many CEO's are taking a hard line and demanding staff return to the office. Will your staff push back on returning to the office? You make the call. Read more...

 

Ask Jack: What Do You Know About The Re-Emergence Of Typosquatting?

Jack McCalmon

An old, but effective, social engineering scam is making a comeback. Jack McCalmon examines why typosquatting is still effective. Read more...