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National Flight Academy plans first-of-its kind cybersecurity camp for Pensacola-area kids

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

National Flight Academy plans first-of-its kind cybersecurity camp for Pensacola-area kids

Instead of swimming, surfing or horseback riding, summer camp for some Pensacola-area kids involves sitting in a room filled with computer screens and learning about cybersecurity. Students will practice writing computer code, encrypting messages and thwarting hacking attempts in a new camp planned by the National Flight Academy in July….

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We Need Leaders Strong Enough To Be ‘Humble and Kind’ – Leadership 360 – Education Week

Everyday the news reports that people reveal that they are stressed, nervous, fearful and ‘can’t wait for the election to be over’. Don’t think this doesn’t filter into the lives of children.

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The new kind of notification that you never want to see on your Facebook

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Facebook just launched a new kind of notification that will warn users if it suspects their account has been targeted by an attacker working on behalf of a nation-state. “While we have always taken steps to secure accounts that we believe to have been compromised, we decided to show this additional warning if we have a strong suspicion that an attack could be government-sponsored,” Alex Stamos, Facebook’s chief security officer, writes in the company’s blog post about the news. “We do this because these types of attacks tend to be more advanced and dangerous than others, and we strongly encourage affected people to take the actions necessary to secure all of their online accounts.” Facebook says that if a user sees this notification, it’s not an indication that Facebook itself has been hacked in any way. Rather, it could indicate that that person’s computer or smartphone has malware on it that bad actors are using to seek access to their accounts. Facebook says it can’t explain how it attributes attacks to nation-states versus smaller-scale hackers, because it has to “protect the integrity” of its methods and processes, but promises that it will only use that warning notification “where the evidence […]

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