Two-fer

Two nuggets today.

We’re used to stores and banks offering customers credit monitoring and ID-theft protection following a hacking event.  Now, Sony offering such protections to its own employees after the Sony system hack.  “After Hack, Sony Offers Monitoring to Workers,” Wall Street Journal, December 3, 2014 B3.  Is that part of your breach response plan?

Meetings and email as time wasters, of up to 20 hours a week.  Culprits include people who  invite too many people to meetings or cc too many people on emails. “Stop Wasting Everyone’s Time,” Wall Street Journal, December 3, 2014 D1.  Hiring consultants to identify and quantify the time wasters. Seven rules, reminiscent of The Hamster Revolution (to get less email, send less email).

 

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