I love new technology, and yes, I’m one of those early adopters, including conversational AI tools like ChatGPT. Like any other propeller heads out Continue Reading
We the People and Facebook
This first appeared in The Havok Journal on October 22, 2020. Big tech censorship remains an important issue today. ______________ "Hey, I just Continue Reading
The Mark of Those Lost, and Those Left Behind
I was on a plane into Dulles after 911. When the plane approached the gate, the captain made an announcement. "Please remain seated as we are carrying Continue Reading
Let the Kids Play!
Over the past 40 years, I played soccer, coached soccer, and parented student athletes. Some days on the soccer field bring back a disappointment I Continue Reading
Leading in a Crisis: “Firefighting” in Information Technology
Chances are you know a person at work that is good at cleaning up messes and handling critical situations. in the information technology (IT) Continue Reading
Why Are We All On The Edge?
This first appeared in The Havok Journal on August 11, 2020. How are things today? _____________ Why are we all on edge? It's more than Continue Reading
Honoring a Fallen Hero: SFC Alwyn Crendall Cashe
It's Memorial Day, and I am celebrating the memory of Sergeant First Class (SFC) Alwyn Crendall Cashe as a warrior and a hero, but I'm also Continue Reading
The FBI Just Hacked Your Server
Imagine this headline, "Your company was just legally hacked by the FBI." If your one of hundreds of companies that had a security vulnerability this Continue Reading
How Do You Manage Your Kids’ Digital Devices?
"How do you monitor your child’s phone?" I get asked this question a lot. It's easy to get scared as a parent these days with the amount of data and Continue Reading
COVID-19: Take it Seriously or We Risk Our Freedom
This first appeared in The Havok Journal on March 19, 2020. How have things changed in a year? John drove across state lines. Immediately entering Continue Reading
Does Your Company Have an Active Shooter Plan?
Does Your Company Have an Active Shooter Plan? by Matt Trevathan In my travels around the world, I’ve learned to become more situationally aware. Continue Reading