Australia’s decision to ban all non-prescription vapes highlights how lobbyists and activists sometimes misuse data in an attempt to influence major public issues.
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At Rothstein Publishing , we're looking to work with new authors as we build out our 2023 editorial calendar.
Our approach is collaborative - whether you're already writing your manuscript or thinking about getting started, we'll work closely with you at every step.
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Roger Blackwell is interviewed about Objective Prosperity: How Behavioral Economics Can Improve Outcomes for You, Your Business, and Your Nation, on the Conquering Columbus Podcast.
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Be sure to register for the 20th Annual Continuity Insights Management Conference, April 25-27, 2022, Omni Louisville Hotel, Louisville, KY for insight, inspiration, and actionable ideas presented by a faculty of leading business continuity experts and practitioners.
Never before has the need for critical information-sharing been greater. While the pandemic…
Should You Engage With Online Complaints and Negative Comments?
by Tony Jaques PhD, Director of Issue Outcomes Pty Ltd, for people who work in issue and crisis management, author of Crisis Counsel: Navigating Legal and Communication Conflict.
Conventional wisdom proposes organisations should respond to online complaints swiftly, openly and with empathy. But new research suggests…
“The irony of credential stuffing is that organisations that have not suffered a direct data breach often become indirect victims when their users’ accounts are compromised due to someone else’s data breach”
Publisher Celebrates 35th Anniversary as Pioneer in Resilience Industry
by Daniel Herrera
The Journey Began in December 1985
As a resident of Southern California, Kathy Rainey had firsthand experience with earthquakes, but the Mexico City quake of 1985 was stunning in its devastation. The extended shaking destroyed thousands of buildings, leaving 250,000 people homeless. Forty…
The world lost an amazing man on New Year's Eve, Jim Burtles.
I first met Jim at a conference over two decades ago. His warmth, eagerness to share his knowledge and experience, and enthusiasm left an immediate and lasting impression.
Among other achievements, Jim was a widely respected expert on business continuity, a founding Fellow of the…