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Man Found Dead In Middle Township Soccer Field Porta Potty | #coronavirus | #kids. | #children | #schools | #parenting | #parenting | #kids

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[ad_1] CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, NJ — Police found a dead man Thursday in a Porta Potty at the Middle Township Public School’s Boyd Street Soccer Field. The preliminary investigation doesn’t suggest any foul play. Authorities received a report of an unresponsive person at the soccer field around 7 p.m. Thursday. A soccer game began […]

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Nearly 4,000 new students at Catholic schools in Boston, 700 in Springfield as they field calls from parents wanting in person learning | #Education | #parenting | #parenting | #kids

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#cybersecurity | #hackerspace | Using AI to Level the Cyber Playing Field

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Learn about the evolution of AI and how cybersecurity professionals can leverage AI to gain the upper hand on cybercriminals.

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Online #game designed to #bring more #young women into #cybersecurity #field

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High school girls will soon have a chance to play as “cyber protection agents” in an online game designed to attract more women into the cybersecurity field.

Delaware is one of seven states to partner with the SANS Institute, a for-profit cybersecurity training company, on the pilot of CyberStart. The online game is designed to teach cybersecurity skills to young people through sets of interactive challenges. The first round of the program engaged 358 students in Delaware and 3,300 across all seven states — but just five percent were women.

The latest version, Girls Go CyberStart, is designed to draw more young women to the game and ultimately the fast-growing cybersecurity field.

“The importance of cybersecurity cannot be understated and I encourage young women in Delaware high schools to take advantage of this opportunity to explore career options in this vital field,” Gov. John Carney said. “Delaware needs a pipeline of talent and a strong workforce to remain competitive in the innovation economy.”

Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay CEO Anne T. Hogan said the organization will encourage its members to play the game. “This program will allow girls to learn by doing, develop important problem solving and leadership skills, and take the lead on their futures,” she said.

The players must complete 10 levels of challenges based around protecting an “operational base” under threat of cyber attack. The game will provide an agent field manual to help overcome the basic technical challenges of cybersecurity.

Registration will open January 29 and run until February 16. The first 10,000 applicants can play the game from February 20-25. More information is available at GirlsGoCyberStart.com.

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5 Tips for an Artful Field Trip

It’s field trip season and that means lots of students, teachers and parents are headed out to gain some new experiences in their area.  While this might mean hopping on a school bus and traveling […]

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

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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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