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Fast CompanyWhy Even Our Water Supply Is Not Safe From HackersFast Companysays Eddie Habibi, founder and CEO of the Houston-based ICS security firm PAS. The need for increased industrial cyber safety extends far beyond water plants (there are more than 150,000 public water utilities in the U.S. alon...
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NJ.comGuardian Angels to provide 'Report Card Night' security for schoolNJ.comPATERSON - In the wake of the city's most recent string of shootings, members of the New York-based Guardian Angels will help provide security during Paterson's "Back-to-School" night on Thursday. "A major uptick in violen...
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Green Bay Press GazetteGallagher: Cybersecurity for small businessGreen Bay Press GazetteYet the increasing cybersecurity threat is not just affecting the federal government or large corporations. By the numbers, American small businesses are the most affected by cybersecurity breaches. According to...
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The Enterprisers ProjectIs a cybersecurity skills gap putting your company at risk?The Enterprisers ProjectMost large companies have spent decades under-spending on information and cybersecurity, says David Foote, partner and chief analyst at the research and analysis firm Foote Partners. That fact,...
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CNNChina tried to hack group linked to controversial missile defense system, US cybersecurity firm saysCNNA spokesperson with South Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs told CNN there was an attempted cyber attack last month on their systems originating from China, but would not comment when asked if...
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Fox BusinessAluminum Added to Wilbur Ross Hit List, Cites National SecurityFox BusinessAlong with national security concerns, Ross said imports have, in part, crippled the U.S. aluminum industry which has seen at least eight smelter plants either close or dial back production since 2015. The secreta...
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Daily RecordJury finds Randolph Board of Ed liable for $150K to security officerDaily RecordMORRISTOWN - A Morris County civil jury has found the Randolph Board of Education liable for $150,000 in damages to a 25-year school district security officer who suffered cutbacks in hours and pay and then w...
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Education Week (subscription)Calif. Shooting Redoubles Attention to School Security Protocols ...Education Week (subscription)Betty Rodriguez, right, comforts her granddaughter Giselle at a prayer service after a fatal school shooting in San Bernardino, Calif., that left a student and a ...and more ...
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