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Authorities Offer Online Security Tips After Identity Theft Investigation

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Authorities Offer Online Security Tips After Identity Theft Investigation

Law enforcement officials cautioned Santa Clarita Valley residents to be wary of their own personal finances as a recent identity theft investigation case continues Investigators from the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department’s Fraud and Cyber Crimes Bureau recently served an arrest …

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Former New Castle County police offer pleads guilty to child porn charges

Former New Castle County police offer pleads guilty to child porn charges

A former New Castle County police officer from Newark has pleaded guilty to child pornography charges.

Robert Vasecka, 46, was arrested in September after an internet chat room reported that a user uploaded images of child pornography.

The Delaware Child Predator Task Force sought subscriber information for the account, which was registered to Vasecka. A search of Vasecka’s cell phone revealed 25 images of child porn.

Last week, Vasecka pleaded guilty to two counts of dealing in child pornography and one count of possession of child pornography. He faces four to 53 years in prison when he is sentenced in March.

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Existing Tools Offer Trump School Choice Options – Education Week

Even without the $20 billion voucher program President-elect Donald Trump has championed, the new administration could use a variety of programs to boost school choice.

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Vietnamese students scammed by score-tampering offer via hacked university email

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Vietnamese students scammed by score-tampering offer via hacked university email

A hacker who gained control of a Ho Chi Minh City university employee’s email account sent fake messages, claiming he could tamper with scores in exchange for cash.
The scam was reported at the Ho Chi Minh City University of

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Lockton and BitSight Technologies Offer Companies a Cyber Security Rating

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Lockton Companies, the world’s largest privately held, independent insurance broker, and BitSight Technologies, the standard in Cyber Security Ratings, have teamed up to offer Lockton’s clients direct access to BitSight Security Ratings. The service is available immediately to all Lockton clients globally who are seeking to better understand and manage cyber risk. BitSight Security Ratings […]

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House to offer bill blocking government hacking powers

getty-2013-06-14-nsa_protesters-1Rep. Ted Poe (R-Texas) on Tuesday will offer the companion to a Senate bill blocking a Justice Department request to expand federal hacking powers. At issue is a proposed amendment to little-known criminal procedure rules that will take effect in December unless Congress acts. The Senate legislation, a one-page bill from a bipartisan group led […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com | Can You Be Hacked?

Police offer reward to find ID theft suspects

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Police offer reward to find ID theft suspects

Two suspects are accused of identity theft and police are offering a reward to help find the suspects. Phoenix Police say two people broke into a woman’s vehicle at Planet Fitness at 3rd Street and Bell Road on July 26th of this year at about 6:20pm.  Her wallet was among the personal items stolen from her vehicle. Police say two suspects walked into a Bank of America a couple of weeks later, on August 10th at about 2:50pm.  Officers say the two people tried to use the victim’s information to withdraw money from her account.  When the teller began asking questions about the identification the suspect showed, both suspects then took off in a vehicle. The first suspect is described as a 25-year-old Hispanic woman, about five feet five inches tall weighing 120 pounds with brown hair.  The second suspect is described as a 25-year-old white man, about five feet ten inches tall.  They reportedly left the bank in a white two-door vehicle with a sunroof. If you have any information, you’re asked to call Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS.  You can remain anonymous and there is a reward involved. Source: http://www.fox10phoenix.com/news/arizona-news/54615171-story

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Colleges Should Offer Courses in Cyber Security: Ankit Fadia

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The level of awareness in India about hacking is very low and more colleges need to offer courses in cyber security, Ankit Fadia, one of the brand ambassadors for prime minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Digital India’ programme, has said. Fadia, who calls himself an ethical hacker,  was in the city on Thursday to release his latest book series, ‘Stretch Your Technology’. Addressing the gathering, he said, “The awareness level in India about hacking is very low. Although there is a huge demand for cyber security professionals in the corporate world, very few colleges offer courses in hacking. The government should introduce courses in cyber security at least in government colleges. “The digital revolution has taken India by storm. It could lead to democratisation of power through the availability of information. However, very few people know how to unleash the full potential of their smartphones. My main goal with these three books is to change this scenario. Source: http://www.newindianexpress.com/cities/hyderabad/Colleges-Should-Offer-Courses-in-Cyber-Security-Ankit-Fadia/2015/10/09/article3070560.ece1

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Plea offer accepted in Joplin child abuse case

A 19-year-old Joplin man pleaded guilty Monday to a reduced charge in a felony child abuse case involving a 2-month-old baby brought to Freeman Hospital West with bite marks on his legs and respiratory difficulties.

Thaddeus M. Garrison pleaded guilty in Jasper County Circuit Court to first-degree child endangerment in a plea agreement with the prosecutor’s office. Garrison had been facing two felony counts of child abuse. His plea deal would dismiss the second count and limit the prison time he might receive to no more than five years.

Circuit Judge David Dally delayed formal acceptance or rejection of the plea agreement and set a sentencing date of Oct.

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Kickstarter launches to offer resources for parents to keep teens and kids safe online

20150755b119e05adc0Though there are upsides to social media, there are also dangers—predators, cyberbullying, talking to strangers, developing anti-social tendencies, and psychological issues are all some of the possibilities. In fact, 82% of child predator incidents were initiated online. Yet, due to the electronic nature, parents often do not know what is going on until it is too late.

ThirdParent is excited to announce that they have launched a Kickstarter campaign (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/288172056/thirdparent) with a unique goal – to build out and test a free version of their internet resource for parents.

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