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When you compare the two tallest mountains in the world—K2 and Everest—some of the facts might surprise you. For instance, did you know that K2’s climbing route is more technical than that of the tallest mountain in the world?
Stephane Nappo once said, “it takes 20 years to build a reputation and few minutes of cyber-incident to ruin it.”
Did you know? The Council of Economic Advisors estimates that malicious cyber activity cost the U.S. economy between $57 billion and $109 billion in 2016. And unfortunately, in the years since, cybercrime has only become worse. (The Center for Strategic and International Studies estimates that the total global cost of cybercrime was as high as $600 billion in 2017.)
Do you enjoy pizza? Maybe you prefer it plain with cheese, or maybe you need that pepperoni spike of flavor. Perhaps you’re more adventurous and order ham and pineapple—some folks even like it with SPAM.
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Every so often, a road needs to be repaved.
Sometimes, it might be easier to think of compliance as a vending machine.
If you’ve never seen Man vs. Wild, it’s a television show featuring famed adventurer Bear Grylls who, in every episode, is stranded in mostly wild terrains with his film crew. His task is to get back to civilization successfully, and he showcases different survival skills during those journeys.
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In the classic 80s film, The Karate Kid, the legendary Mr. Miyagi trains Daniel LaRusso in the ways of karate. With his mastery and knowledge, Miyagi helps the kid mature and grow into a fighter of great technique and great success. It’s a given that Daniel would not have won the All Valley Tournament without the advice of Mr. Miyagi.