It is difficult to not feel helpless by the tragic events we have experienced in our country over the last few months. Debates regarding gun control, mental health, and policy change will continue in the wake of these events. We may feel far removed from the solution, when in fact, each one of us can
On Friday, a client of Palladin Consulting Group, Inc. arrived at a local health club to work out. While working out the client received a telephone call from their financial institution inquiring if they had made several recent purchases, within a very short period of time. Upon receiving this call the client immediately checked their
How long do criminals monitor networks and collect data on transaction behaviors? Longer than you may expect. The answer is 18-24 months, and although they take their time getting to know you, once they have been successful in taking your money, they quickly transfer those monies to several other accounts reducing the chances of recovering
With a rise in violent attacks on college campuses, shopping centers and municipal buildings, professionals are diligently trying to assess whether or not individuals display a pattern of behavior prior to an attack. According to Mario Scalora, PhD. and President of Association of Threat Assessment Professionals Great Plains Chapter, research suggests a unique pattern is
Steve and Michelle were never married. A child Julie was conceived of this relationship. For the first three years of her life Michelle would not allow Steve to see the child. When he did begin seeing the child it was only occasionally, at Michelle’s discretion. For that reason, Steve filed in court for “regular visitation”.