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March 2018

You’ve heard it before: identity theft is on the rise. New research has revealed that for yet another year, this audacious fact is still the case. In 2017, the number of identity fraud victims in the United States increased by 8%, rising to 16.7 million. The price tag for the crime? Almost $17 billion. While this number seems steep, it has decreased from the record amount recorded in 2012. The ways that criminals are stealing data and using it fraudulently are growing more sophisticated, evading the host of new technologies and policies developed by government and business designed to combat... Read more →


Today marks International Women’s Day 2018 - a day dedicated to the celebration, remembrance and recognition of women across industry, racial and national lines. Today is a day to recognize their contributions to society as a whole as well as the barriers still before them all over the world. In the U.S., American women have been involved in the legal profession for well over a century before they were allowed the right to vote for publicly held office positions. Undeniably, American women have come a long way in breaking through the gender barriers that have long existed across industry and... Read more →


This March, people across the nation will celebrate Women’s History Month- a month long holiday celebrating the achievements and contributions of women throughout history across nearly every industry. One does not have to look far to see the influence women have had in medicine, politics, technology, literature and nearly every industry or aspect of society. This month is a time of reflection as much as it is an opportunity to look beyond the glass ceiling and into the future for women. To further continue the social, economic, and professional growth of women, there are countless organizations, events and initiatives. Take... Read more →