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Local News Utah mom shares easy schedule hack to keep kids' lives consistent during isolation Elle – fox13now.com

SOUTH SALT LAKE – With kids home from school and parents working from home, one Utah mom is sharing an easy scheduling technique to help families stay consistent during isolation. As concerns of coronavirus grow kids have been sent home for weeks, and parents have been asked to work remotely …

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What to make of the HHS 'hack' – Politico

With help from Eric Geller, Martin Matishak and Alexandra Levine Editor’s Note: Morning Cybersecurity is a free version of POLITICO Pro Cybersecurity’s morning newsletter, which is delivered to our subscribers each morning at 6 a.m. The POLITICO Pro platform combines the news you need with tools you can use to …

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Hackers Attack Microsoft Windows Users: Dangerous Threat Group Exploits ‘COVID-19 Fear’ – Forbes

Getty Following reports that China has been caught hacking foreign governments with specially crafted COVID-19 Microsoft Office documents, here comes proof this has become a thing. If you’re in the spy business, nothing beats a crisis—it’s what Malwarebytes describes as “a golden opportunity for threat actors to capitalize on fear, spread misinformation, …

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More Glimpses Of How Russian Intelligence Utilized Hackers Revealed In U.S. Trial – Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty

One month after he was indicted in the United States for hacking-related cybercrimes, a Russian man named Nikita Kislitsin sat in a room at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow where FBI agents notified him of the charges. At the time of the meeting, in April 2014, Kislitsin was employed by …

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Hack-The-Crisis: 6 Lessons From Estonia’s Coronavirus Crisis Response – Forbes

Tallinn TV Tower in Estonia’s capital, Tallinn. Over the past few years, Estonia has become the … [+] “digital nation.” These efforts are helping this Baltic country of 1.3 million people navigate the Coronavirus crisis. Brand Estonia I’m constantly impressed by Estonia. Today, their collective response to the coronavirus crisis— …

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3 WFH essential security tips to keep hackers and scammers out – Fox News

Hacker attacking internet As COVID-19 takes the world by storm, employers and institutions are urging their workers to stay home. Social distance has proven to reduce the number of infections. In the era of Slack, FaceTime, and G-Suite, telecommuting is a viable alternative. Working from home takes preparation. I put …

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A Fourth UK Hacker has been Sentenced for Hacking iCloud Accounts and obtaining Sexual Photos and Videos – Patently Apple

  The Essex Police reported yesterday that Robert Field, 38, of Loughborough England, was finally sentenced for 28 counts of causing a computer to perform a function to secure unauthorized data and one count of securing unauthorized access to computer material.   Robert Field was arrested back in  June 2018 …

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Deal: Train online to become an ethical hacker – Android Authority

Ever wanted to become the kind of badass who pulls down firewalls and bends networks to their will? The Ethical Hacker Bonus Bundle might be the cheapest way of getting over 60 hours of expert training, and it’s on offer right now. There are lucrative careers in this field. White-hat …

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Hackers Take Down Illinois Public Health Agency Website During Peak Coronavirus Frenzy – BeInCrypto

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Hackers pounce as coronavirus spread triggers work-at-home movement – Indianapolis Business Journal

As businesses increasingly—and in rapid fashion—urge their employees to stay at home to work amid the coronavirus pandemic, another risk to companies is emerging. Cybersecurity experts warn that cybercriminals are moving in to target people not used to working from home and companies without work-at-home policies or cyber-safety nets. Aaron …

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