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Class Rules: Protect Student Data in the Digital Classroom


Digital has been at the center of the professional world for some time now. In fact, many of us in the workforce today can’t even think back to a time before the personal computer dominated our workday. As cloud services, BYOD programs and a multitude of internet-based products create an ever more cyber-centric workplace, other areas of daily life are ...

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No Website Is Immune From Cyber Attacks

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No matter what industry you’re in, your website is among your most important assets. A web presence is a must-have for maintaining credibility in today’s connected landscape. And for many firms, a public website is a direct source of sales or even a user-facing product unto itself. But however your website fits into your business strategy, there’s no question that ...

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The Hackable Smart Home: Protect Yourself


Technologies that keep us connected continue to play an increasingly important role in our lives. For many of us, smartphone apps and social media platforms have become a mainstay for us, both at work and at home. Outside of the office, we connect with coworkers hundreds of miles away via email, instant messaging and video conferencing applications such as Skype. ...

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Hacking the 2016 Presidential Election

The Republican National Convention is coming up July 18-21, the Democratic National Convention will follow on July 25-28, and the political climate is tense. In particular, politicians and commentators have expressed serious concern about holding the events soon after shootings in Louisiana, Minnesota and Texas, all of which have been met with public outrage. But while these concerns and others ...

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