March 18, 2019


How Cisco Stepped Up When I was Diagnosed with MS

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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

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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

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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 […]