Kurt Long, Founder/CEO of FairWarning cites similar characteristics in top athletes and entrepreneurs that contribute to their success.
We’ve entered an age where machine learning and artificial intelligence technologies are poised to change life as we know it.
Great performers at FairWarning have the following attributes and are true in all positions but especially in our customer-facing positions such as Sales, Customer Success Managers, and Business Development Specialists.
CNBC published an article titled "6 Lessons One CEO Learned from Biking with Richard Branson". This blog post gives more detail on Virgin Strive and the overall experience.
In "Citizen Trust and Our Biggest Institutions - Part One", I explored the impact of information security breaches on trust in our Federal government using a simple drone registration as the example. In part two, I explore our trust in the industry of healthcare given its information security challenges.
The cut-off date, January 20, 2016, for free drone registration in the United States had passed so as a drone owner I was required to pay a $ 5.00 fee to the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration as part of the registration process.
In my previous blog post, I observed healthcare's vulnerability to advanced information security threats and cited highly reputable sources reporting that in 2015, over 1 in 3 United States citizens had their personal information breached through a medical or healthcare business.
This is the first in a series of two posts. This post is an overview of today's healthcare threat landscape, the second is on what those responsible for safeguarding Protected Health Information can do to respond.
FairWarning's values focus on innovating and competing through teamwork to create ever increasing value for our customers. Our values emphasize that when we all work toward the same vision, the possibilities are limitless.
The FairWarning for Salesforce back story starts years earlier with a knock on my door on a Monday morning by the FBI at a company I founded named "OpenNetwork". The FBI was asking for our cooperation in investigating a computer crime committed from our network.