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11 Questions to Ask Your IT Department to Protect Against Cyberattacks

By Sam Greif

Public safety leaders do not have to be experts in cybersecurity to ensure their agencies are adequately protected—they just have to know the right questions to ask. This list of questions can help leaders start the conversation with their IT department.

What Does It Mean When States Are Strategically Aligned?

By Jeremy Burkett

The alignment of states, and their constant realignment, contribute to ongoing power struggles among international players. Learn why states choose to cooperate with others and how their policy choices impact the level of security they receive from a relationship.

Tips for Improving Communication with Your IT Department

By Chris Chiancone

It often seems like IT professionals speak their own language. To solve problems more quickly when they arise, a chief information officer provides insight on how an organization's employees can bridge the communication gap with their technology department.

How Trauma Causes Alternate Neural Pathways in the Brain

By Dr. Michael Genovese

Traumatic experiences can alter pathways in the brain, causing symptoms of post-traumatic stress. Learn more about how trauma affects an individual's experience of the world and the importance of repairing damaged neural pathways.

Eliminating Gender Bias and Sexual Discrimination in Police Departments

By Kelly Long

Female officers commonly experience gender bias and even sexual harassment from their peers and supervisors, leading to high stress and low retention rates. This can be damaging to the entire department. Leaders must make it a priority to eradicate sexist behavior from their ranks and give women equal opportunities to succeed.

New Hampshire’s Helmet Laws Scrutinized Following Horrific Motorcyclist Deaths

By Glynn Cosker

A devastating crash that left seven motorcyclists dead is drawing attention to New Hampshire's lack of helmet regulations. However, learn why helmet use in the state is unlikely to become mandatory anytime soon.

How an Intelligence Degree Improved My Work in the Field

By Eric W. Adams

Can pursuing a higher education degree alongside your regular job bolster your career? Find out how an AMU student is applying the principles and methodologies he learns in the classroom directly, and often immediately, to his work as an intelligence analyst.