Ransomware and Crisis Preparedness

The current global ransomware attack that’s playing havoc with more than 200,000 computers around the world has renewed focus on crisis management strategies for cyberattacks. These situations involve hackers installing… Read More


The death of Fidel Castro has brought a range of reactions from people around the world. None more explosive online than the #TrudeauEulogies, prompted by the Prime Minister of Canada’s… Read More

Cuba Revisited

Last week The Wall Street Journal reinforced my observation about Cuba’s readiness to establish trade with the United States, especially regarding cigar production. The Journal reports that Cuban agriculture—with its… Read More

A New Era in Cuba

The first U.S. cruise ship in nearly 40 years docked in Havana harbor on May 2. I happened to be in Cuba a few days earlier, and I came away… Read More

Lessons from Fukushima

In my interview with Naomi Hirose, president of TEPCO (Tokyo Electric Power Co.), he shares lessons learned from the earthquake and tsunami that devastated Fukushima and caused the meltdown of… Read More