A recent gas explosion in New York City’s East Village neighborhood caused three apartment buildings to collapse and burst into flames and one other to catch fire. The traumatic event killed two people and left many others with severe injuries.
Spring is a time of change, and that includes the weather. Colder weather is on its way out as warmer weather starts to move in, creating the perfect recipe for severe weather. Severe weather is unpredictable and can hit at any time, so it is crucial to plan ahead. The following list highlights three common spring severe weather events and what you can do to be ready for them.
Millionaire real estate heir Robert Durst has been arrested in connection with the 2000 murder of his friend Susan Berman. Durst’s life has constantly been clouded in controversy and this arrest is just the most recent incident.
Many offices require employees to have some type of security badge to access their workplace. Airports are no different with workers using their badges to access restricted areas and bypass security checkpoints. According to a report by NBC, around 1,400 of those badges were lost or stolen from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International—the nation’s busiest airport. The report also revealed that badges aren’t the only items that turn up missing at airports.
Earlier this month, the SEC released a report summarizing its findings from a cybersecurity examination it conducted last year. According to the report, at least 88% of broker dealers and 74% of advisers have been the targets of cyber-attacks. Most of these attacks occurred through fraudulent emails, and in one case an adviser lost more than $75,000.
With everything from Sony emails to government Twitter accounts being hacked recently, it seems as if no one is safe from a cyber attack. The NCUA recognized cyber security as an important issue early on and launched the Cyber Security Resources page. These regulations, guidelines, and recommendations from the NCUA ensure that credit unions are properly prepared for cyber threats.