// by Sandra L. Stosz

Leading with Character: Be an Ally

Since I was the first woman to captain a ship of any type on the Great Lakes, my assignment generated considerable media interest and speculation about the ability of a woman to command a ship in a male-dominated merchant marine industry. Keep Reading

// by Bridget Johnson

ISIS Cyber Group Warns of Tracking Through Bitcoin Use

The Electronic Horizons Foundation, which functions as an IT help desk for ISIS supporters, advised "our brothers to follow the maximum possible security measures" and warned against "using common methods in financial transactions." Keep Reading

// by Kylie Bielby

Biden Starts to Walk the Walk on Climate Resilience

Perhaps President Biden’s clearest message on climate to date, and one that is of particular interest to the security community, is his executive order, signed on his seventh day of office, that made climate change a national security priority. Keep Reading

// by Kylie Bielby

Can the Aviation Community Stop a Cyber Attack from Taking Off?

Today, the aviation sector plays a vital role transporting not only people and traditional freight, but also vaccines – representing the largest single transport challenge in its history. It is highly likely that aviation networks and other sectors associated with the vaccine distribution supply chain will be subject to a significant volume of targeted, adversarial cyber activities during this period. Keep Reading

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