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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans By Diane Reynolds, Bradford Meisel, and Rick Gideon, Jr. America’s city and local governments are under attack from ransomware, which disables entire computer system networks until the victim pays a ransom in cryptocurrency, and the results have been catastrophic. On Dec. 13, New Orleans suffered a […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com
As manufacturers pack cars and trucks with electronics and wireless connections, security experts are increasingly worried about the potential for hackers to take control of vehicles. Already, hackers have demonstrated how they can take control of a Jeep Cherokee and drive it into a ditch. Police in Houston are investigating a series of unsolved vehicle […]
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In the wake of a spate of police-related shootings, educators grapple with how to help students—and one another—process the grief and address bigger issues of race and law enforcement.
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