The concept of resiliency – whether we’re talking cybersecurity strategies, job markets or individuals – is particularly resonant these days. True, the resiliency of whole nations and their citizens has been tested in the past.

IllenaArmstrong
IllenaArmstrong

During the years of World War II, our great grandparents and maybe even some of our parents saw days of rationing and still more stark familial sacrifices. Periods of history that witnessed such vital movements like those seeking equal rights, for instance, were tumultuous, but led to great and positive change (though, arguably, we still have much work to do). Historical examples assailing a people’s fortitude and resolve abound.

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