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Car Hacking Threat Needs to be a Public Concern

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New Cybersecurity Professional Scheme to groom public sector experts

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A new Cybersecurity Professional Scheme for the public sector was on Monday (Mar 6) revealed by the Communications and Information Minister Yaacob Ibrahim. Speaking during his ministry’s Committee of Supply (COS) debates in Parliament, Dr Yaacob, who is also Minister-in-charge …

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White Hat Hacker Launches Public Support Site

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White Hat Hacker Launches Public Support Site

With ‘Security Without Borders’ Claudio Guarnieri aims to connect white hat hackers with potential victims.
A community platform to create cybersecurity awareness has been launched by security researcher Claudio Guarnieri, who has given it the name “Security Without Borders,” Motherboard

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New cybersecurity program at Buffalo Public Schools

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New cybersecurity program at Buffalo Public Schools

BUFFALO, N.Y.(WKBW) – On Thursday, Delaware North and the Buffalo Public Schools announced the launch of a partnership for a cyber-security curriculum for the school district.
The Buffalo based hospitality company’s information technology department is working with B.P.S. to launch

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Panda Security Identifies Public Service Sector as Target for Cyber-Attack in Latest Whitepaper – “Privacy in Public Administration”

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Panda Security Identifies Public Service Sector as Target for Cyber-Attack in Latest Whitepaper – “Privacy in Public Administration”

PandaLabs, Panda Security’s anti-malware laboratory, has released its latest whitepaper entitled, “Privacy in Public Administration.” The whitepaper details numerous cyber-attacks on specific countries, and how the government sector is becoming a more focused area of attack for cyber-criminals. The full

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ACLU suing Kansas City Public Schools for handcuffing boy – Education Week

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Public yawns at threat of cyber crime

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Public yawns at threat of cyber crime

The seemingly inpenetrable National Security Agency was hacked recently. So was the Democratial National Committee, and voter registration offices in Illinois and Arizona.
Hackers also stole customer data from some of the nation’s top hoteliers, including Hyatt and Marriott.
It’s

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Researchers to help shine blue light on Social media’s impact on public safety and security

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Researchers to help shine blue light on Social media’s impact on public safety and security

A Europe wide research team led by the University of Warwick has won European funding to bring together communities, policing and policy makers to tackle how to protect the public on social media, and use social media to tackle crime

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White House Seeking Public Feedback On Cybersecurity Trends

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White House Seeking Public Feedback On Cybersecurity Trends

WASHINGTON—The White House Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity is asking for public feedback about cybersecurity trends and promising approaches to overcoming cybersecurity obstacles. NAFCU said it is preparing a response to highlight credit unions’ cybersecurity concerns.
The request for information

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Why The Opt Out Movement Is Crucial For The Future Of Public Education

Many parents and educators are outraged by the over-testing and misuse of testing that has been embedded in federal policy since the enactment of No Child Left Behind in 2002. No high-performing nation in the world tests every child every year in grades 3-8, as we have since the passage of NCLB.

Young children sit for exams that last up to 15 hours over two weeks. The fate of their teachers rests on their performance. Parents remember taking tests in school that lasted no more than one class period for each subject. Their tests were made by their teachers, not by a multinational corporation.

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