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President Barack Obama urged Howard University’s class of 2016 on Saturday to “be confident in [their] blackness” and continue past generations’ work to improve the lives of African Americans in the U.S.
After opening his address on the progress African Americans have made, Obama spent a good portion of his speech discussing the importance of being black and the challenges facing graduates of Howard, one the country’s historically black universities.
Obama, who wrote about being black while raised by a white mother and grandparents, told the graduates the notion of what it meant to be black in America had changed since he graduated college.
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to secure it. Channel 2 consumer adviser Clark Howard says companies and security researcher, more commonly known as hackers, need to work together to keep people safe. “The hackers are the ones finding flaws, finding cracks in the system before the criminals can find them and the hackers do the good thing, they alert the public the manufacturers they tell people about them so that those flaws can be fixed.” explained Beau Woods. Beau Woods, a security researcher and cyber security advocate, is part of a group called “I Am the Calvary. They work to bridge the gap between emerging technology and public safety. The recent Chrysler Fiat and Hospira medical pump hacks are perfect examples of hacker finding flaws in technology. In both cases researchers were able to remotely break into the operating systems. For Chrysler, it meant that hackers were able to remotely take control of a moving vehicle. In the case of the Hospira medical pump, they were able to control the dosage of medication given to a patient. Beau says there is no system that will never fail. “Every system has flaws, the earlier in the process you can find those flaws the less risk and […]
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