September 2017

FBI Director Chris Wray revealed on Wednesday that the bureau has 1,000 investigations open into groups aligned with radical Islamist ideology, and 1,000 investigations open into domestic terrorist groups, per a report from Newsweek. One more thing: Senator Claire McCaskill voiced concern about the low number of hearings regarding domestic terrorism compared to the hearings […]

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A business innovation center in downtown Las Vegas hosted a training program that aimed to teach cybersecurity skills to people who are homeless. The business incubator RedFlint partnered with a workforce development program last week to offer training in a field that’s experiencing a workforce shortage, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported (http://bit.ly/2yOen0S ). Hero School […]

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By Brian Desrosier There is so much happening in the Cyber Security front. It affects you. You can learn from it. As a bonus, you can rant along with me. Hardly anyone takes the time to read insurance policy fine print. Likewise, few business people really want to deal with cyber security. Dig in and […]

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Eugene Kaspersky, the CEO of Russia’s Kaspersky Lab, is sure that US authorities are aware of the company’s non-involvement in cyber espionage in favor of Russia.  “I’m more than sure that they know that we cannot do this. The company employs a thousand people, but this does not mean that some programmers are sitting in dirty sweaters in the dungeon and each writes a piece […]

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Splendora ISD says a cyber-attack has compromised information of families within the district and could potentially give rise to threatening messages made directly to parents, students and staff. The school district said it was first notified of the threat early Wednesday that is targeting confidential information such as phone numbers and addresses. On Friday, Splendora […]

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