…. Michael Stawasz, Deputy Chief of the U.S. Department of Justice Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (“CCIPS”), and Rich Goldberg, Chief of the Economic Crimes Unit for the U.S. Attorney’s Office of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, both worked to assuage corporate anxiety around reporting a data breach to law enforcement. Such anxiety is reasonable, given the risk of the company finding itself on the wrong end of enforcement scrutiny. But Stawasz and Goldberg both emphasized that, when a company suffers a data breach, “you [the company] are our victim” – indeed, “our goal is to protect you.” Companies need not be concerned, according to Stawasz, about turning information over to the government to assist in its investigation of the breach: “Your information will not be FOIA’d,” Stawasz told the audience; moreover, “it won’t be immediately shared with your regulators,” because “I’m not interested in holding you liable for unreasonable security.”
73% of adults consider themselves lifelong learners.
74% of adults are what we call personal learners– that is, they have participated in a t least one of a number of possible activities in the past 12 months to advance their knowledge about something that personally interests them. The se activities include reading, taking courses or attending meetings or events tied to learning more about their personal interests.
63% of those who are working (or 36% of all adults) are what we call professional learners – that is, they have taken a course or gotten additional training in the past 12 months to improve their job skills or expertise connected to career advancement.”