Most recently Lute served as president and CEO for the Council on CyberSecurity, a nonprofit that merged with CIS in January 2015. She also is a former deputy secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, served as an officer in the Army as a special adviser to the secretary general of the United Nations.
By: Chelsea Diana
The Center for Internet Security (CIS) has announced that its president and CEO, William Pelgrin, will be retiring on May 31. Jane Holl Lute, former Deputy Secretary of the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will replace him as CEO, while Brig. Gen. Steven J. Spano (ret.) has been named president and COO for the non-profit organization.
By: Tara Seals
For the first time in eight years, La Salle Institute will have a new principal. The private school in Troy announced the appointment of Paul D. Fallon Monday. He is slated to begin his new role on July 1.
By: Brittany Horn
LaSalle Institute, a private Catholic school in Troy, New York, has appointed its next leader. Paul Fallon will begin as principal on July 1. He succeeds Brother Carl Malacalza, who has been principal for the past eight years.
By: Megan Rogers
A viral challenge teens know about could be putting them at risk, called the Kyle Jenner Challenge.
By: Julia Dunn
Eric Sell: is the new executive chef at Creo’ Restaurant in Albany’s Stuyvesant Plaza. He’s also the former executive chef for Javier’s in Saratoga Springs.
By: Lauren Halligan
David Kaczynski is known for helping to turn in his brother, Ted, who became known as “the Unabomber” after terrorizing the nation by sending homemade bombs through the mail. David Kaczynski lived in Schenectady at the time he chose to notify authorities that the Unabomber was his brother. He spoke to students at La Salle Institute Monday, to explain why he is against the death penalty.
David Kaczynski, the younger brother of the Unabomber, Ted Kaczynski, spoke at the La Salle Institute in Troy Monday. Kaczynski spoke with the students about making ethical choices, like the one he says he made when he turned his brother in to authorities.
I was recently invited to sample some of the new menu offerings from Creo and possibly meet their new chef, Eric Sell. When the preview of the lunch and dinner menus made it onto Table Hopping, I got really excited, as the new menus represent a potential shift in direction for Creo.
By: Jerry Papandrea
The junior class at La Salle Institute will get a lesson in forgiveness Monday. David Kaczynski, the brother of unabomber Ted Kaczynski, will speak alongside a panel of people who are family members of murder victims Monday morning. The event is hosted by La Salle’s religion department and will focus on having respect for life and forgiveness, topics regularly addressed by the school.
By: Brittany Horn
Last night I enjoyed one of the best meals I’ve had in quite some time. The folks at Creo’ in Stuyvesant Plaza invited me to enjoy their new summer menu which also introduced new Executive Chef, Eric Sell. Chef Sell adds a strong Asian flare and some Italian influence to his dishes as he lived in Hong Kong for 11 years and Italy for one.
By: Kimberly Kane
Creo restaurant in Stuyvesant Plaza in Guilderland on Thursday (5/14) will launch new lunch and dinner menus. The menus were devised by Creo’s new head chef, Eric Sell, who had been sous chef at the restaurant and, before that, was executive chef at the former Javier’s Nuevo Latino in Saratoga Springs.
By: Steve Barnes
Google recently introduced a new search algorithm that favors mobile-friendly websites. Given this change, marketers are focused on best practices related to analytics and how they can help to ensure that their websites are mobile ready.
By: Mark Hansen
Was marketing to the senior community a field you planned on entering or was it happy circumstance? – It was an extension of my earlier work as the marketing director for a Senior Center in Michigan. That center was for seniors to participate in daily activities so it was a natural move into senior living communities like Shaker Pointe.
By: Glen Griffith
Most of us are responsible for reading reports on a daily basis, whether it’s a simple timesheet, a complex strategy plan or the results of a multi-tiered marketing campaign. We’re overloaded with documents demanding our attention.
By: Mark Hansen
Tim Jensen, director of digital strategies at Overit, advises marketers to “use bid modifiers,” “create mobile-preferred ads” and “use smartphone-specific ad sizes” when advertising on Google AdWords.
By: Eric Samson
The Center for Internet Security, or CIS, is a not-for-profit body based in the US that was established in 2000. They provide benchmarks that are consensus based configuration guides created by experts on different technologies. These are configuration settings that can be used by anyone to assist with hardening their systems.
By: Anthony Caruana
If you’re a marketer at an in-house organization or an agency, you’re likely being pulled in a million directions. That’s why you build an amazing team to support you, and use tried-and-true tools to streamline your work and meet deadlines. Like your marketing campaigns, though, the tools you use are always changing, and new and better options are hitting the market. I’ve outlined some tools in this article that will make it easier to measure, analyze, and optimize your website and digital marketing strategies.
By: Mark Hansen
Bruce Jenner isn’t the only member of the Kardashian/Jenner clan making headlines this week. The patriarch’s daughter Kylie was trending on social media with a hashtag bearing her name.
By: Kristi Barlette
Twill, a local startup group that makes 100 percent organic blankets, dropped off blankets at the American Cancer Society’s HopeClub on April 9 for cancer patients. At Twill when one blanket is purchased another is donated.
By: Alison Krawczyk