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Adversarial Thinking for Cybersecurity

The need for better cybersecurity is becoming more evident every day. One way cyber professionals are protecting our online information is by using adversarial thinking. Adversarial thinking requires understanding the technological capabilities of potential h ackers and being able to anticipate where, when, and how they might attack.

In a lecture titled “Introduction to Adversarial Thinking for Cybersecurity" as part of a Foundations of Computer Security Course, Cedarville University’s Dr. Seth Hamman explains adversarial thinking, why it is important for cybersecurity, and how to improve adversarial thinking skills.



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Pharmacist's Helping Treat Diabetes

A recent online Drug Topics article – Diabetes Mortality Has Increased, But Pharmacists Can Help – underscores the increasing role of today’s pharmacists. No longer stuck behind the counter dispensing medications, today’s pharmacists are coaches, interventionists, and patient advocates, helping address some of the greatest health challenges facing our nation.

The article explains how pharmacists are uniquely positioned to screen patients for pre-diabetes and diabetes and helping them with HbA1C levels, lifestyle changes, medication, and more. Most patients see their pharmacists regularly – 35 times per year on average, according to the author -- while they may only see their doctor twice a year.


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Athletic Training – General Medical Conditions

Athletic trainers may not need to diagnosis or treat general medical conditions, but there is a chance they may encounter these conditions in their patients and should be prepared to recognize them. 


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Business Ethics and a Christian Worldview

We live in a time when ethics in business are sorely lacking. You don’t have to look far in the news to find stories of fraud or unscrupulous behavior. Simply put, the definition of ethics is the study of what is morally right or wrong. But what does it mean to have Christian ethics in business? As Christians, we are called to a higher standard: We should seek to go beyond what is just morally right to biblical ethics, behaving in such a way that the Bible requires. As Christians, our business ethics are framed by our worldview and should be an outpouring of living out our faith.


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Cybersecurity: Our Generation's Cold War

Threats online are increasing daily. How secure is your organization's data online? Are you ready for the next attack?

Cedarville University's Center for the Advancement of Cybersecurity, led by Dr. Seth Hamman, hosted a panel discussion, "Cybersecurity: Our Generation's Cold War," with guests Dr. Richard Harknett from the University of Cincinnati and Klon Kitchen from the American Enterprise Institute.


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Pandemic Leads to More Self-Employed Americans

According to a recent eNews put out by the Wall Street Journal, the number of self-employed Americans has grown by 6% since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. There are now 9.44 million unincorporated self-employed workers. More and more individuals are striking out on their own to achieve flexibility and leave the confinements of corporate America.

If you’ve considered joining this growing group of self-starters, an  M.B.A. in Innovation and Entrepreneurship from Cedarville University can help you get there!


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5 Tips to Avoid Burnout as a Christian Pharmacist

By Jeff Bates, Pharm.D.

Dr. Jeff Bates

I’m a workaholic. I recently played golf, and it took me three holes to stop feeling guilty about being out on the golf course on a gorgeous Saturday afternoon. But I need time away from work to avoid becoming burned out, just like you do. For me, though, the key to avoiding burn out is maintaining a healthy, godly perspective of my work.

I'd like to share 5 tips that I have used to help avoid burnout as a Christian pharmacist.


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M.B.A. Grads Earning $5K More This Year

Man standing in front of business meetingA recent Wall Street Journal article reported that this year’s Master of Business Administration graduates are experiencing $5,000 higher salaries than last year. According to the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, the median salary for 2021 M.B.A. graduates has risen to $155,000. And 99% of graduates seeking employment received an offer. Now is a great time to start your M.B.A.!


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When Missions Align: Cedarville and GMHC

Cedarville University is equipping healthcare professionals who bring outstanding skill and compassionate care into their practice for Kingdom impact. This focus finds a partner in the Global Missions Health Conference (GMHC), which more than 100 Cedarville students attend annually. The conference inspires and informs Cedarville students about God's missional work around the world and the myriad of opportunities to use a healthcare profession as a platform for Gospel ministry.


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How Should Christian Nurses Respond to COVID Burnout?

by Scott Long, MS, RN, AGACNP-BC, CCRN

Nurse caring for a child in hospitalCritical care is a job that I have felt called to since day one of nursing school and have since expanded my skills to an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner in the Intensive Care Unit. I have felt blessed and honored to be a person whom God has given an ability to provide comfort to patients and/or families. This is a stressful job that can be rewarding but also leave you walking out of work crying alone or in a co-worker’s arm. The COVID-19 pandemic has added even more to stress, anxiety, and even burnout, but that is where we need a strong support system of people. We can confide in others but, ultimately, we can get so tied up with our professional occupation and keeping up on the most up-to-date information that we lose time with God. If there is anything we need to do more than ever is to spend time in God’s Word and prayer to provide us with spiritual and mental strength through life’s storms personally and professionally.

Over the last 18 months, we have watched COVID-19 grow from what at first was distant, unless you lived in China, where it all started. This virus spread increased in size and its impact became evidently clear as it deprived hospitals of critical care beds in certain areas to even have the U.S. Navy deploy the hospital ships to Los Angeles and New York City as well as Samaritan’s Purse deploying a Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) to set up field hospitals in Central Park and in Italy to allow an opportunity to expand the access of critical care capabilities. Now we see the Delta variant stretching healthcare, hospitals at capacity with not just COVID but in general higher acuity patients. It feels we are continuing in disaster response status. As Christian health workers, what should be our perspective and response at this time and how can we help reduce burnout among nurses?


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