Thought Leadership

Does your cybersecurity defense need SIEM (Security Information and Event Management)

October 20, 2022

Bad actors are currently targeting small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) because they often find them less prepared to deal with a cyberattack. These organizations often take the position that “I’m too small to be a target.”  This false sense of security is precisely what makes them an attractive target. This mindset can cost your business both outright, in the case of a ransomware attack, and in downtime. In fact, according to IBM, the average cost of a data breach in [...]

There is Time for Listening to Your Body with Eliza Kingsford, Boulder, Colorado

October 6, 2022

What’s the best way to compete burnout? By letting your teams know it’s okay to be human. Eliza Kingsford, psychotherapist and author, says it comes down to leaders to create workplaces based in psychological safety. And for Eliza, the key to doing that lies in science. Eliza has devoted her life to helping others understand their nervous systems more deeply so they can properly listen to their bodies and interpret the signals they are constantly sending. Listen in to hear how to reco [...]