Recommendations to Protect Your Data after Equifax Data Breach

The situation with Equifax has clarified a bit since our blog post last week, but, with that clarity, we find more distressing news. It turns out that the data breach was less about clever thieves and more about incompetence on the part of Equifax. The breech occurred through a software flaw Cisco had identified apparently […]

Privacy, Credit, and Equifax

At this point, on top of all the crazy headlines around the world, you most certainly have heard of the massive data breach at the credit agency Equifax. On many levels this event is deeply upsetting. I certainly don’t recall giving them permission to gather all of the most important data points of my life […]

Tip-toeing into September

Summer has officially drawn to a close putting a lid on one of the most bizarre three months in U.S. history. With so much activity in D.C., I am highlighting the key events though I am sure to have excluded others just as bizarre or galling. Domestically, Congress has failed to pass any major legislation […]

A Wall of Water

As a former student of meteorology, I look at the satellite images and data from Hurricane Harvey with fascination. From miles above, it is a stunning cyclonic structure – a perfect funnel formed from massive pressure walls driven by atmospheric warming. The location only enhances the completeness of this event – bridging the intersection of […]