BLOG: Examining the myths around suicide and the holiday season

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“Suicide rates peak around the holidays.” You’ve probably heard or read a headline like this, but unfortunately it is one of the biggest myths around suicide prevention that continues to be perpetuated. In fact, suicide rates actually decline and are the lowest in November, December and January according to the Centers for Disease Control and …

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BLOG: Does my organization need to worry about cybersecurity?

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The answer is unequivocally yes. As you can see on cybersecurity threat maps like Norse » and Kapersky Labs », there are millions of attempted cyberattacks globally on a daily basis. These attacks cover the gamut of cybersecurity threats and include network scans, vulnerability scans, viruses, intrusion detection, phishing attempts and botnet activity. Threat maps like these work by …

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BLOG: Take care of yourself this holiday season

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I think it is wonderful that last week, November 14-20, was designated Self-Care Week. Why? With Thanksgiving kicking off the winter holiday season tomorrow, the timing is perfect. Regardless of how you plan to spend Thanksgiving weekend – whether going through the woods to grandmother’s house or hanging out at a lowkey “Friendsgiving” as my …

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