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Pentagon report says UFOs can’t be explained, and this admission is a big deal
How colonialism’s legacy makes it harder for countries to escape poverty and fossil fuels today
Schools must act carefully on students’ off-campus speech, Supreme Court rules
Ransomware, data breach, cyberattack: What do they have to do with your personal information, and how worried should you be?
Zero-trust security: Assume that everyone and everything on the internet is out to get you – and maybe already has
Fast computers, 5G networks and radar that passes through walls are bringing ‘X-ray vision’ closer to reality
Study shows AI-generated fake reports fool experts
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Pentagon report says UFOs can’t be explained, and this admission is a big deal How colonialism’s legacy makes it harder for countries to escape poverty and fossil fuels today Schools must act carefully on students’ off-campus speech, Supreme Court rules Ransomware, data breach, cyberattack: What do they have to do with your personal information, and how worried should you be? Zero-trust security: Assume that everyone and everything on the internet is out to get you – and maybe already has Fast computers, 5G networks and radar that passes through walls are bringing ‘X-ray vision’ closer to reality Study shows AI-generated fake reports fool experts AzuraCast, open source Web Radio Manager
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Ransomware, data breach, cyberattack: What do they have to do with your personal information, and how worried should you be?

Merrill Warkentin, Mississippi State University The headlines are filled with news about ransomware attacks tying up organizations large and small, data breaches at major brand-name companies and cyberattacks by shadowy hackers associated with Russia, China and North Korea. Are these threats to

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Zero-trust security: Assume that everyone and everything on the internet is out to get you – and maybe already has

Zero-trust security: Assume that everyone and everything on the internet is out to get you – and maybe already has Scott Shackelford, Indiana University President Joe Biden’s cybersecurity executive order, signed May 12, 2021, calls for the federal government to adopt a “zero-trust

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