Posted On: June 2018
Children love dogs – they’re naturally drawn to their friendliness and playfulness. And while the positive benefits of having a pet have long been documented, there’s a more recent way in which dogs are being used to improve people’s lives – canine-assisted therapy. Therapists like Roseann Bennett, who practices in Hackettstown, N.J., have had great success when using man’s best friend to help clients with their issues.
What is MFA?
To start, MFA is an acronym for Multifactor Authentification. Multifactor authentification, while it sounds complex, is actually a very simple concept that any business owner can understand. For years, when a person wanted to log onto a website, a username and password were sufficient. For reasons that will be explained later in this article, that basic method of login is no longer secure enough for the highly digital marketplace that has evolved within the past two decades. MFA is the process of using an additional factor to prove that the person logging into an online account is who they say they are.
People and relationships are at the heart of everything Jeremy Goldstein does. A professional lawyer and copartner at Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates, Jeremy has been practicing law for close to 20 years. Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates focuses on cases related to corporate governance and executive compensation matters. Mergers and acquisitions is a primary area of focus for Jeremy.
When Graeme Holm launched Infinity Group Australia in 2013, his goal was to help everyday Australians improve their finances and secure their futures. Since then, Holm’s customer-driven approach has gotten proven results, and Infinity Group Australia has become one of Australia’s fastest-growing debt reduction and money management services.
Tempus is a Chicago-based technology company that relies on big data analytics to collect and analyze cancer patient information as means to help physicians make more personalized cancer treatment options. Eric Lefkofsky, the founder and CEO, founded the enterprise in 2015, and it has since reached several milestones. For one, it has earned a spot among Chicago’s top ten tech companies. In March of this year, it has also secured $80 million in venture capital funding, which has increased its value to an approximate $1.1 billion. As such, Tempus has become Chicago’s newest “unicorn,” an industry term for privately held companies valued at $1 billion or more. This is a title that only few of the city’s startups hold. It joins six other unicorns on the local tech scene that hold the potential to fuel the city’s tech ecosystem.