Loosely attired, in the coarsest and roughest garb, with scraps of straw and hay--his usual bed-- clinging here and there, and mingling with his uncombed locks, he had fallen asleep in a posture as
careless as his dress.
Kenneth Hansraj, chief of spine surgery at New York Spine Surgery and Rehabilitation Medicine, defines poor posture as
head in an inclined forward position and the shoulders drooping ahead in a rounded position.
56 percent of respondents described their company as having a strong security posture as
per the Wisegate 2013 IT Security Benchmark Report.
This twisting motion may cause a muscular imbalance and the person is left with a twisted posture as
they are being pulled out of line.
Our current posture as
John Hamre mentioned, still reflects in many ways the mentality and reality of the Cold War era, during which US forces deployed forward were defensive, tripwire units that were expected to fight near where they were based.
While we were working on the book, I realized that improving posture requires a multi-pronged approach, and I wanted to create a device that could help people improve their posture as
they go about their day.
Upon completing baseline assessments, the product can be configured to continually and automatically update risk and compliance posture as
well as corresponding C&A and FISMA documentation.