March 18, 2019


How Cisco Stepped Up When I was Diagnosed with MS

When life threw employee Neyaz N. a curveball that left her diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) she wasn't sure what to expect from Cisco - and then her team rallied to support her.

June 20, 2017


Innovation, Entrepreneurship, the Brain, and the Mind

It’s not uncommon for emotions to hijack innovation and creativity. To counter this, corporations, and even countries, are embracing mindfulness as a tool to keep the our prefrontal cortexes on board.

March 4, 2015


The Seven Wonders of User Access Control: Part II

In the first of a two-part blog series, The Seven Deadly Sins of User Access Controls, my colleague Jean Gordon Kocienda provided fresh insights into overly-permissive user access controls as a common underlying cause of data breaches. In this blog, I address the solutions to those “Seven Deadly Sins” with a modern twist on the […]