Perhaps the only thing as constant as change is people’s resistance to change.
Author: Owen Cammayo
While the number of new Covid-19 infections in the country has been decreasing daily, we must still be vigilant.
In these times when things can be broadcast to the world with just a few finger taps, it becomes even more important for us to pause and take time to verify things or even to reflect on our own motivations.
While social media and the Internet have been wonderful in creating a platform for all opinions to be expressed, I still think that not all opinions are created equal – especially in matters involving technical expertise.
Merit, hard work, and integrity. These are the only things that any person — regardless of gender — should be judged by in the workplace.
Love and being cybersecure have a thing in common – it’s both a shared responsibility between the parties involved.
“A lot of people share these things with the thought ‘there’s no harm in sharing’ – thinking that if it turns out to be true, then they somehow helped. As good as their intentions may be, sharing false or misleading information can actually be harmful.” – Owen Cammayo
We must resist the completely natural urge to come together over the holidays and accept that for now, the most loving thing we can do for each other, is to stay apart so that we can all stay safe.