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Account Protection with Password Manager

Account Protection with a Password Manager What good is a password if anyone can read it? From Chesley Brown International Risk Management Password managers are not a universal remedy… but can add layers of protection for your data. Everyone needs a password manager. The use of a password manager is like encryption for all your…

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Chesley Brown Announces Addition to Senior Team

Dell Spry Joins Chesley Brown Team To support the ongoing growth and demand Chesley Brown is pleased to announce Marvin O. “Dell” Spry has joined the Senior team as a Managing Director. From Chesley Brown International Operations FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Atlanta, GA March 26, 2019 – Chesley Brown International announces – in effort to support…

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Federal Commission on School Safety Releases Comprehensive Report

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Federal Commission on School Safety Comprehensive Report Released From Chesley Brown International Risk Management President’s Federal Commission on School Safety Releases Comprehensive Report After 9 months of research, visiting successful programs around the nation, and receiving testimony from experts and concerned citizens, the Federal Commission on School Safety released a report detailing 93 best practices…

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Fighting Terrorism with Strong Private Sector Relationships

Fighting Terrorism with Strong Private Sector Relationships From Chesley Brown International Risk Management “Threat mitigation is a team effort; it’s this relationship and collaboration which is critical to the counterterrorism fight.” We face the same threats today as we did on September 11, though the threat actors have evolved over the years. Al Qaeda and…

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Facial Recognition: the First Catch

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Facial Recognition Makes its Grand Entry The new technology, deployed in airports across the country, makes its first catch. From Chesley Brown International Risk Management On its third day of testing, facial recognition technology caught its first person attempting to enter the country on a fraudulent passport. A young traveler landing at Dulles on a…

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Are Employees an Unintentional Security Risk for Cyber Attacks?

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Are Your Employees an Unintentional Security Risk for Cyber Attacks? In these times when malware is prevalent and easily disguised as email attachments or seemingly innocent software updates, one of the questions that arises is: What part do employees play in these attacks? From Chesley Brown International Risk Management Tips For Reducing Security Risks Due…

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DHS and Canada Team up for First Responders

DHS and Canada Team Up to Develop Resources for First Responders From Chesley Brown International Risk Management Artificial Intelligence Meets Boots on the Ground to Improve Patient Outcomes The United States and Canada have joined efforts to work together over the next two years to develop and test new technologies for response to critical incidents.…

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Supreme Court Decision Regarding the Privacy of Digital Data

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Supreme Court Decision Personal Rights and the Expectation of Privacy in the Digital Age From Chesley Brown International Risk Management In Major Privacy Case, Court Rules Law Enforcement Must Obtain Warrant To Track Cellphone Data.   In a recent ruling by the Supreme Court in the case of Carpenter v. United States, the court held…

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The Evolution of School Security

The Changing Course of School Security A White Paper by Chesley Brown From Chesley Brown International Risk Management Special E-Brief June 2018 In the current climate of school shootings, we have anguished over the potentials that may follow the ongoing rise in active shooter and other critical events in schools everywhere. There is nothing more…

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