Today, January 28, 2019, is National Data Privacy Day.
According to NationalDayCalendar.com, “Data Privacy Day was first initiated by the Council in Europe in 2007. In 2009 the United States House of Representatives recognized National Data Privacy Day and the United States Senate recognized Data Privacy Day in 2010 and 2011. It has continued through the efforts of various groups and organizations since.”
On January. 27, 2014, the 113th U.S. Congress adopted Senate Resolution 337, which is a non-binding resolution designating Jan. 28 as “National Data Privacy Day.” The designation serves as a reminder to us all about living in a day and age where data privacy should be a focal point in our lives.
According to StaySafeOnline.org, “Data Privacy Day is the signature event in a greater privacy awareness and education effort. Year-round, National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) educates consumers on how they can own their online presence and shows organizations how privacy is good for business.”
Lastly, per NationalCalendarDay.com, one way to observe today is by using #DataPrivacyDay on social media posts. For more information on how to be safe with your data, please visit staysafeonline.org.
The author, US Air Force retired Brigadier General Carl Buhler is the CEO of Buhler Consulting, LLC which specializes in providing consulting services for SBIR, technology, aircraft maintenance, supply, logistics, production, and business development with the DoD. Carl is an avid fan of technology and computers, plus is a member of the Air Force Association, National Defense Industrial Association, and National Association of Corporate Directors.
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As we look back at the beginning of Operation Desert Storm which began on January 17, 1991, a great Operation Desert Storm Infographic is available here.
One hundred and fifteen years ago today, on December 17, 1903, Orville and Wilbur Wright, two American brothers from Dayton, Ohio, changed history.
By launching their hand built plane and achieving powered flight for 12 seconds, the aviation-era began. However, today, many look back at this momentous occasion and forget about the time where ships and land travel were the primary modes of transportation. Times sure have changed.
To celebrate this occasion, December 17, 2018, is Wright Brother Day per a Presidential Proclamation. This national day was approved and adopted by Congress by a joint resolution on December 17, 1963. Click here to read the Presidential Proclamation for 2018.
Also, for information on visiting the Wright Brothers National Memorial in North Carolina, please visit this National Park service link.
The author, US Air Force retired Brigadier General Carl Buhler is the CEO of Buhler Consulting, LLC which specializes in providing aerospace, aircraft maintenance, supply, logistics and production consulting services. Carl enjoys history and enjoys visiting the Wright Brothers National Memorial in North Carolina. He is a member of the Air Force Association.
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The holiday season at Colonial Williamsburg is a time of fun, exploration and adventure. Wrapped around beautiful sights, interactive events and history, a visit to Colonial Williamsburg is bound to be an adventure one will never forget.
Colonial Williamsburg is an immersive 18th-century experience, made even more wonderful during the holiday season. Visitors who explore during this time of the year will be able to see Christmas decorations, skate on the ice rink, dine at incredible restaurants, shop and explore. Additionally, visitors can hear locals from the 18th century discuss life during the winter and how they prepare for the cold winters. There are also a number of special events throughout the holiday season. For more information on these events, please visit the Colonial Williamsburg online calendar here.
For additional excitement, visitors can head to Busch Gardens’ Christmas Town which is open now through Jan 5, 2019.
The author, US Air Force retired Brigadier General Carl Buhler is the CEO of Buhler Consulting, LLC which specializes in providing aerospace, production, manufacturing, and defense consulting services. Carl enjoys history and enjoys visiting Colonial Williamsburg. He is a member of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.