Diversity Woman Magazine

FALL 2016

Leadership and Executive Development for women of all races, cultures and backgrounds

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d i v e r s i t y w o m a n . c o m Fa l l 2 0 1 6 D I V E R S I T Y W O M A N 11 THINKSTOCKPHOTOS Etc. Upfront > Who Talks? T his presidential election, with a woman at the top of the Demo- cratic ticket, is making history. But just who are the people interpreting the news we hear? Unfortunately, they are still mostly men. That's the key takeaway from a project called Who Talks? Each week since March, the project has been tracking and publishing the gender balance of the commentators O nline security breaches have been on the rise, and one way to protect yourself is with a good password management system. e basics of any useful system include fea- tures to help you create, remember, and securely store long, strong, and complex passwords. Here are three of the top options. ey all include the basics, and some do more, like send you a security alert when there Password Managers DW Hot List has been a breach at a site you use, or prompt you to add newly created pass- words to your master database. Don't worry too much about which one to choose. It's not hard to export data between systems if you decide to try a different one later. LastPass is pioneering cloud-based system includes extras like security alerts and a security audit, which tests the strength of all your passwords and makes recom- mendations for improving them. e basic version (free) gives you unlimited backup and syncing for one device; you'll need to upgrade to premium ($12/year) for unlimited syncing across mobile and desktop devices. ere's also an enter- prise version for businesses. lastpass.com Dashlane is option offers both off- and online capabilities: you can store your pass- words only on your device or sync them online if you'd prefer. Dashlane allows you to share passwords with your emer- gency contacts and gets high marks for its user-friendliness. e basic version is free; the premium version ($40/year) lets you sync across multiple devices and gives you faster access to support. dashlane.com KeePass is offline open-source system can reside on your device, which makes it a good option if you're wary of upload- ing your data to the cloud. It has fewer features (no security alerts or audits, for instance), but it's free and its encryption is strong. keepass.info on the highest-rated morning and evening cable TV shows. Who Talks? is a collabora- tion among GenderAvenger, Rutgers University Center for American Women and Politics, and the Women's Media Center. The combined results from March 1, 2016 to May 31, 2016 have shown the percentage of women commentators dip as low as 15 percent on The Kelly File, while hovering between a mere 22 to 33 percent for Morning Joe, Fox & Friends, New Day, and The Rachel Maddow Show. Only one show, Anderson Cooper 360 ยบ, held anything close to a balanced average, with 48 percent women guests over the three-month period. Want to help get the word out? Visit Gen- deravenger.com to share the latest findings.

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