Closing the digital divide: Common Sense, a nonprofit committed to improving the lives of children and families, is launching an effort to help close the digital divide and ensure every family has equal access to broadband. #ConnectAllStudents will leverage Common Sense Education’s network of more than 1 million U.S. educators to gather teacher and student experiences of the divide.
From the global to the local, cybersecurity breaches affect us in nearly every aspect of our lives. The chief reason cyber attacks are increasing in number, scope, sophistication and damage is it is really hard to get ahead of the hackers. Cybersecurity in 2019 and beyond requires a very different approach than we’re used to. And that requires a very different kind of cybersecurity professional.
It’s not often we get the opportunity to be on the ground floor of something that will help shape all our lives. I encourage you to join me and contact your members of Arizona’s congressional delegation to ask them to support the Blockchain Promotion Act of 2019. This is our defining moment.
It’s all part of what we should do with our neighbors, whether they are next door or separated by a single border. Listen to what they need and help where you can. As President Harry S. Truman said, “All will concede that in order to have good neighbors, we must also be good neighbors.”
Forward thinking, eco-friendly businesses also are increasingly expecting their electricity comes from renewable sources. After all, for many companies, renewable energy is the future. Unfortunately, the state is stuck in the past as far as renewable energy regulations are concerned.