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We are in a war for our future

But this a war of information and we have the tools to win it

This is a reality that we must all face in our 21st century world. Unfortunately this is not a war that we could easily recognize. There is a long tradition of people wasting money preparing for the last war and not the next war that will happen. We have already lost some major battles and are only now…

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Educator, CIO, retired entrepreneur, grandfather with occasional fits of humor in the midst of disaster. . .

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Educator, CIO, retired entrepreneur, grandfather with occasional fits of humor in the midst of disaster. . .

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