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Don’t fall for tax identity theft tricks, even especially if ‘Revenue Agent Koskinen’ calls you

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Don’t fall for tax identity theft tricks, even especially if ‘Revenue Agent Koskinen’ calls you

One Mississippi. Two Mississippi. Someone just became an identity theft victim. The stealing of an individual’s personal data happens every two seconds.
That alarming criminal frequency was part of an Internal Revenue Service presentation on ID theft and tax refund

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7 Fall 2016 TV Shows You Really Shouldn’t Miss

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How to Make an Emotionally Unavailable Man Fall in Love

Is the man of your dreams too emotionally distant to even spare you a second glance? Here’s how to make him fall in love with you. After a year of playing mind games, you couldn’t contain your emotions any longer, so you decided to reveal your feelings to your prince charming. Read More….

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19 Little Things That Make a Man Fall in Love With You

Men all have different tastes when it comes to what makes them fall in love with you. But here are the top things that seem to do the trick! Men are simple people. While they hardly ever divulge their feelings or give you any insight to what they’re thinking, they actually are very simple and don’t need or want too much from anyone. Read More….

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20 Ways to Be a Badass Bad Boy That All Girls Fall For

Finding yourself losing out in the dating stakes to the local badasses? Then follow our tips below to become the ultimate badass bad boy. Stereotype though it may seem, I think we’re all, at heart, aware of the truth behind the words “every girl loves a bad boy. Read More….

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Who should take the fall after a corporate hack? It may soon be the CEO

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Data breaches can cost companies hundreds of millions of dollars, erode shareholder value, and indelibly tarnish corporate reputations. Yet, chief executives and other top brass at organizations that suffer such incidents have remained largely immune from the fallout. That may be changing. A new survey of 200 directors of public companies conducted by security firm Veracode and the New York Stock Exchange Governance Services shows that corporate boards have become much more serious about data breaches and are willing to hold top executives accountable for them. More than four in 10 of the directors in the survey felt that a company’s chief executive officer should take the rap for a data breach. When asked to prioritize who should be held accountable for such incidents, corporate boards ranked the chief executive officer first, followed by the chief information officer, and then the entire executive team. Chief information security officers, often the fall guys in a data breach situation, ranked fourth in the list – suggesting that directors get it that security executives can do only as well as the support and the resources they get from top management. Security has also become a growing priority for boards. In fact, 81 percent of […]

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Crime, suspensions fall in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools

Both crime and suspensions in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools fell last year, according to data published this week by the N.C. Department of Public Instruction.

The number of students who dropped out of school fell, too – though the dropout rate remained higher than the state average. And black students continued to be suspended at higher rates than their peers.

The annual report, which includes data on every district in North Carolina, will be presented to the State Board of Education on Thursday and covers the 2013-14 school year. The findings detail how many crimes, suspensions and dropouts CMS reported to the state:

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