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Arizona dad teaches 9-year-old son important lesson about bullying

It’s a moment every parent dreads: the day their child comes home from school in tears, explaining that a student at school bullied them.

That’s exactly what happened to 9-year-old Bodi Irvine from Gilbert, Arizona, last week.

When the young boy’s father, Isaac, heard what happened, he was furious — but he also used it as an opportunity to teach his son, and other children like him, an important lesson. Now his message is going viral.

“You got bullied today, huh?” Isaac asked his son in a Facebook video, which has been viewed nearly 60,000 times. “What happened? You want to talk about it?

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Why cybersecurity should be important to hospitals

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans The rise of digitization in healthcare, heavily fueled in the U.S. in recent years by incentives of the outgoing administration, has brought an unintended and treacherous side-effect: vulnerability to the increasingly rampant hacking of healthcare data. Hackers have found numerous … The post Why cybersecurity should […]

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Trump wants to use couriers for important messages because “no computer is safe”

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Trump wants to use couriers for important messages because “no computer is safe”

Apart from his apparent love of Twitter, President-elect Donald Trump isn’t a huge fan of technology. Speaking last week about the Russian hacking incidents, the Republican blamed computers for complicating people’s lives. Now, he’s suggested a method of keeping sensitive

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Minister of Transports say Cyber security in maritime, oil and gas field important for Cyprus

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

The government of Cyprus is recognising the importance of the effective implementation of a national cyber-security strategy, said the Minster of Transports, Communications and Works Marios Dementriades in his speech in the second CypBER Maritime -Oil&Gas International Conference in Nicosia. As he said the Ministry of Communications and Works which has the supervisory role in the Information Society and Cyber Security fields in Cyprus, is working with the other competent Ministries of the Republic in improving security standards in the country. “The national Cybersecurity strategy covers further to network and information security and resilience, the fields of cybercrime, cyber defence and international cooperation in the field of cybersecurit”, he said, adding that the activities are coordinated by the Office of the Commissioner of Electronic Communications and Postal Regulation. The Minister also said that in a country like Cyprus, where the economy depends heavily on the supply of services and where the successful exploitation of the opportunities from oil and natural gas exploration is evident, a high level of network and information security and cybersecurity, is important, and will contribute to the development of the required market environment and trust, to enable the progress of the society. “The active implementation of […]

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23 Martial Arts Masters Reveal the Most Important Teachings of the Self-Defense Arts, Part One

The external lessons of the martial arts are obvious. Use a jab to strike an opponent in front of you. Practice kata to polish your basic techniques and movements. Lift weights to build your strength. You probably know them by heart because you’re exposed to them every day in the dojo. Read More….

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23 Martial Arts Masters Reveal the Most Important Teachings of the Self-Defense Arts, Part Two

For this story, the staff of Black Belt asked some of the most prominent instructors in the West to name what they regard as the highest teachings of the martial arts. All the responses were fascinating. However, we were forced to weed out the duplicates and keep only the ones that likely would apply to the most people. Read More….

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20 Martial Arts Masters Reveal the Most Important Teachings of the Self-Defense Arts, Part One

The external lessons of the martial arts are obvious. Use a jab to strike an opponent in front of you. Practice kata to polish your basic techniques and movements. Lift weights to build your strength. You probably know them by heart because you’re exposed to them every day in the dojo. Read More….

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Spy chief: Snowden killed ‘important’ spy program in Afghanistan

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Edward Snowden’s leaks about American spy powers directly led to the end of a key program in Afghanistan, the nation’s top spy said on Wednesday. By forcing the end of the program that recorded practically every cellphone call in the country — as well as scuttling other efforts — the government leaker “has done untold damage” to U.S. intelligence, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said. “Terrorists, particularly, have gone to school on the revelations caused by Snowden,” Clapper said at the Intelligence and National Security Summit. “Particularly a program in Afghanistan, which he exposed and Glenn Greenwald wrote about, and the day after he wrote about it, the program was shut down by the government of Afghanistan,” Clapper said. The spy chief appeared to be referring to a May 2014 story on The Intercept — the online news outlet spearheaded by Greenwald — outlining how the National Security Agency (NSA) was “secretly intercepting, recording and archiving the audio of virtually every cellphone conversation” in two nations around the world. The Intercept said that the program was taking place in the Bahamas and another country, which it declined to name because of concerns that doing so could lead to violence. The Washington […]

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Schools play important role in identifying child abuse

Last spring, in response to a classroom question posed by an elementary school teacher, a 5-year-old raised her hand and said something shocking.

When the girl’s twin sister chimed in and corroborated the statement, the teacher took them aside.

She asked each about body parts and what was happening at home. She suspected sexual abuse.

Then came a call to 911 and police.

Later the girls’ father was charged with rape.

The case – some details of which were described in a Sedgwick County District Court document – illustrates what authorities say are schools’ important roles in identifying and reporting child abuse and neglect.

Reports, they say, tend to tick upward when children return to school in the fall.

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UK Teenager Arrested for Hacking Important Government Websites

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Theinquirer.net reported on 20th August, 2015 stating that Charlton Floate, a 19 year old UK teenager, has been arrested with some others for the cyber attacks who seemingly hacked the websites of FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) and Home Office. Floate was arrested in Birmingham for his online crimes and has pleaded guilty to three charges under the Computer Misuse Act along with other charges related to the holding of prohibited material. The attacks occurred in January 2013 when Floate and a gang of other cybercriminals severely damaged government websites with floods of digital traffic sent from malware-infected systems. Such systems are frequently referred to as zombie computers and they are broadly used in botnets to gang up on websites with a DDoS or distributed denial of service attack. The gang managed to pull down the site of UK’s Home Office for 83 minutes which is a heavily used website which provides details on passports and immigration along with other things. The group also knocked down an FBI site for more than five hours which allowed users to report crime. Nakedsecurity.sophos.com published news on 24th August, 2015 quoting Kevin Barry, Prosecutor, as saying “Floate performed two test runs in November […]

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