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North Korea’s Hodo Peninsula Training Area

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

A 38 North exclusive with analysis by Joseph S. Bermudez Jr. and Sun Young Ahn. Located on the Hodo Peninsula, north of Wonsan, on North Korea’s east coast is what is commonly referred to as the Hodo Peninsula Training Area.[1] The Hodo Peninsula has been used as a training area for live-fire testing and training […]

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Area and Perimeter Street Art: The Process

A few weeks ago, my students and I embarked upon a new Arts integrated math project. I had found that it was a challenge to help students master rigorous area and perimeter concepts because the […]

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Detroit area men arrested for credit card fraud in Fox Cities

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Police have arrested four men from the Detroit area for credit card fraud in Northeast Wisconsin. The men are facing multiple charges, including Fraud Against a Financial Institution and Credit Card Forgery, according to the Appleton Police Department. On Oct. 26, Appleton Police received a report of suspicious credit card transactions at a local store. An employee told officers a group of men using multiple credit cards came in to buy gift cards.  The employee recognized that as suspicious behavior and took down a description of the suspects and a license plate number. Investigators found out the group had moved to the Green Bay area, where they had purchased more gift cards and a large amount of cigarettes. Green Bay police located the suspects, and Appleton investigators obtained a search warrant for their vehicle. Police say one of the suspects had a large number of gift cards and cigarettes. Another suspect admitted to buying stolen credit card information and a card reader with the intention of shopping the cards in the Fox Cities. Three of the suspects are from Ferndale, Michigan, and one of the suspects is from Detroit. The suspects are due in court at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday. Source: http://wbay.com/2015/10/27/detroit-area-men-arrested-for-credit-card-fraud-in-fox-cities/

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Area where NAU student was slain is party hotspot

The neighborhoods around Northern Arizona University’s north campus were mostly quiet Thursday night. Pockets of college students chatted in empty doorways and smoked on dimly lit porches on East Franklin Avenue, just down the street from a boarded-up apartment door painted with the words “R.I.P. Colin our brother.”

It was a stark contrast from a week earlier, when a party in an apartment in an area complex was interrupted by the sound of gunshots ripping through the night. The shooting left 20-year-old Colin Brough dead and his Delta Chi fraternity brothers, Nicholas Piring, Nicholas Prato and Kyle Zientek, wounded in an NAU parking lot.

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College Area Community Council to meet Wednesday in Ventura

VENTURA, Calif. – A representative from the Ventura Police Department will address recent crime trends when the College Area Community Council meets Wednesday.

In addition, the council will discuss a new city ordinance that places stricter regulations on adult entertainment businesses, such as strip clubs.

The council represents citizens between Mills Road and Victoria Avenue bordered by Foothill Road and Highway 126.

The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the Wright Event Center at 57 Day Road on the Ventura College campus. Call 658-7225 for more information.

Source: http://www.vcstar.com/news/local-news/ventura/college-area-community-council-to-meet-wednesday-in-ventura_04072055

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Mechanicsburg Area School Board amends child abuse protection policies

The Mechanicsburg Area School Board Tuesday night voted unanimously to approve largely technical changes to its policies on volunteers and child abuse based on recent changes to state laws.

The board had it first review of the policy changes last month.

The state law changes extend all required clearances for five years instead of three.

Also, the phrase “routine interaction” with children has been changed to “regular, repeated and continual contact that is integral to a person’s employment or volunteer responsibilities.”

Volunteers who were not state residents for the previous 10 years were required to obtain the FBI clearance. Now, if they have obtained an FBI clearance since establishing Pennsylvania residency, they need not do it again.

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In no area are we more vulnerable

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

As a member of the House Select Committee on Intelligence, I am reminded every day that we live in a dangerous world. It is violent and chaotic, and it’s becoming more so all the time. But among the many national security threats that we face, in no area are we more vulnerable, and do we face so great a destructive potential, than the cyber realm. Our power grid, banking system, energy pipelines, air traffic control and other critical systems all are at risk. The recent cyberattack on the Office of Personnel Management is a clear demonstration of our vulnerabilities. It’s no coincidence that our adversaries chose to strike the OPM. Not only did they gain access to the personal information of 22 million current and former federal employees, but they also stole highly sensitive information collected in the security-clearance process. As a former Air Force pilot, I know how extensive and intensely personal these files are. The fact that the attackers were so brazen shows they knew that the benefits of gaining this information far outweighed the risks of getting caught. Because most cyberattacks do not produce the physical devastation of conventional aggression, it’s easy to ignore the destruction that […]

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Four parishes go whole year with no recorded crime in Diss Express area

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

To some small villages in north Suffolk, crime is something that happens only in other parishes. 2014 crime figures for Suffolk show that four parishes in the Diss Express area, Wilby, Rishangles, Thornham Parva and Bedingfield, recorded zero crime that year. Meanwhile in wards where crimes have been recorded, Worlingworth has the fewest crimes, as a ratio of its population, in the county. The figures were published by Suffolk Observatory, which publishes official statistics about the county. Wilby has few facilities, and a little under 100 homes in the whole parish but does have a busy primary school. Council chairman Ian Williamson said: “It is a very settled community. I think people are reasonably alert and the police are good at keeping people advised of what the crime trends are. They attend parish council meetings or submit a report. “If there were any crimes here then people would have the confidence to report them to the police.” Although there are fewer police per square mile in rural areas like north Suffolk, the use of community crime prevention initiatives such as Neighbourhood Watch has been pointed out as a reason for lower crime. Ever diminishing funding for the police force is […]

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Bay Area Security Firm Hires ‘White Hat Hackers’ To Find Vulnerabilities In Digital SystemsNational Cyber Security

nationalcybersecurity.com – REDWOOD CITY (KPIX 5) — Cyber-crime is big business in the digital age, so a Bay Area security firm has hired a sophisticated group of hackers to break into computer systems. Jay Kaplan heads up Sy…

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