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As enterprises face increasingly dynamic risks to their business—including attacks that can entail physical, technological, and especially operational impacts—a common question posed by many organizations is, “How do I know whether I have an effective security program in place?” In this video, you will discover the...

For The Washington Post, Robert Barnes reports that in “another dramatic reversal in a high-profile case before the high court,” the “Trump administration on Wednesday asked the Supreme Court to overrule a 40-year-old precedent that allows compelling public employees to pay some fees to unions...

iStock From Thursday’s Bridgeville Rifle & Pistol Club v. Small, a decision applying the Delaware Constitution’s right to bear arms: We are asked whether unelected officials from the State’s parks and forest departments, whose power is expressly limited, can ban (except for a narrow exception for hunting)...