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Knaves Are After a King’s Ransom

Knaves Are After a King’s Ransom

There are times in which March really does blow in like a lion. Take, for example, March 1, 1932. On that day, Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Jr., 20-month-old son of famous American aviator Charles Lindbergh, was kidnapped, beginning one of the most infamous criminal...

Behind the Headlines With Dan Gregory

  In this interview with Maria Materise, Cision, SDI VP Dan Gregory shares PR insights and advice molded by pivotal experiences in the industry. Storytelling, while central to PR strategies, is a delicate process. If you don’t understand the individual or group...
Knaves Are After a King’s Ransom

Cyber Risk in the Maritime Industry

The following post introduces a series that will educate readers about the nature of cyber risk in the maritime industry. SDI partners with leading maritime services provider Hudson Analytix to provide cybersecurity support to members of the maritime industry....
Knaves Are After a King’s Ransom

Lessons from Ancient Sparta Apply to Data Privacy Expectations

– Son, either with this or on this. Legend has it that Spartan mothers send their sons off to war with this blunt admonition. Either return home safely with your shield, showing that you did not run from battle, or be carried home on the shield. Cultural...

SDI Chairman Hosts Guatemalan AG

Hosting the impressive Thelma Aldana, Attorney General of Guatemala capped a terrific week at SDI! As AG she has proven her critics wrong again and again.