Our own Michelle Drolet to sit on panel at Boston’s Town Hall: Cannabis Conversations. We hope to see you there!
Medical marijuana, like any controlled substance, requires a strong system of identifying patients properly. As the industry matures, the federal government has increasingly been more involved in enforcing ever more stringent laws and regulations on medical marijuana dispensaries. While it is easy to dismiss this if you’re running your business on a strictly cash-only basis, … Continue reading Medical Marijuana Dispensaries: Take Care of Patient Health Information or Pay The Price
Canna Care Docs is a dynamic company specializing in cannabinoid therapies. Canna Care Docs hired Towerwall to assess their effectiveness in protecting sensitive information such as patient health information and employee personal information from security breaches. Click here to read the Case Study >
The legal regime for cannabis is a highly fractured one in the U.S. As of today, we’re approaching the legalized use of either recreational or medicinal marijuana in 30 states with eight states and the District of Columbia nearing full recreational use. Five states in the country continue to ban any use of cannabis, including … Continue reading Cannabis and privacy compliance: Is your health information protected?
Michelle Drolet and the Towerwall team will be attending the 36th Annual New England Bank Technology + Retail Banking Conference and Exhibit, on Friday, May 19th at the DoubleTree in Danvers, MA. Stop by Booth 27 where we will be discussing: FinTech Security Challenges Topics include: Today’s top security threats and how to stay safe Identifying … Continue reading Join Towerwall at the New England Bank Technology & Retail Banking Conference
Anatomy of a national point-of-sale breach and takedown of 1,000-plus marijuana dispensaries Back when Apple was the plucky young upstart that dared to be different, the Mac was the machine for creative types and there was a perception that it wasn’t a target for hackers because of its cultural cool factor. You would expect … Continue reading Hackers show no mercy—even for pot dispensaries
10) Adult use A key legislative issue for both opponents and supporters. Only those 21 and over can legally consume, possess and grow marijuana. Some legislators are advocating for a higher age limit. 9) Possession Massachusetts residents can now legally possess up to 10 ounces of marijuana in their primary residence. 8) Growing Massachusetts residents … Continue reading 10 Things I Know About … Legal weed
Michelle Drolet, CEO of Towerwall in Framingham, is an innovative thinker. Never one to shy away from looking at new factors that come into a situation with an open perspective, she has a few things she’s learned about good management and good leadership along the way. First, she delegates more. “When I first started, it … Continue reading Michelle Drolet featured in WBJ: Building Walls and Breaking Barriers
10) Nothing hazy about the laws Marijuana (or cannabis) is one of the most highly regulated industries in the world, and Massachusetts has the strictest rules governing its production, retailing, grow, testing and security operations. 9) You can be raided. Marijuana businesses must comply with federal, state, city and county regulations and requirements. Despite medical-use … Continue reading 10 Things I Know About: Pot Compliance
Ensuring overall compliance with strict regulations is the next growth opportunity. Whatever you think of it, marijuana is here to stay and coming to full legalization in a state nearest you. Controversy follows cannabis into every branch of society: political, cultural, science, health, education, legal and finance. A quick search on YouTube will show … Continue reading Marijuana Industry Brings Compliance to a High Bar