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COVID-19: Cyber Attacks Increasing

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In  uncertain or chaotic times, the last thing many of us think about is Cyber security. Cyber criminals will take advantage of such distraction and create new ways of targeting the public. That is the case currently, where several types of new attacks have been discovered that leverage the public’s concern generated by COVID-19. So as you are surfing the web for information or trying to adjust to a remote work situation, please be sure…

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A New Decade, Same Cyber Problems

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It’s a new year and a new decade, a time for predictions and resolutions. But we don’t need a crystal ball to predict that keeping pace with the increasing number of ever-evolving cyber threats will be challenging for businesses, governments and individuals this year and beyond, and that demand for cyber security skills will continue to be on the rise.

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OBTI Competes in RHSB Foundation Annual Cornhole Tournament

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Recently, members of OneBeacon Technology, Nathan Martin, Steve Morkovsky, Mary Jane Mitch and Grant Pierce, participated in and sponsored the Roach Howard Smith & Barton (RHSB) Foundation Annual Cornhole Tournament in Dallas, TX. This year’s event raised money for two local organizations – Girls Inc. Dallas, which delivers life-changing programs and experiences that equip girls to overcome serious life barriers and Agape Clinic at Bonton Farms, which provides quality health care services to underserved members…

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Cybersecurity Awareness Month: Deepfakes-when seeing is no longer believing

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Imagine the dangerous ramifications of a technology, available to anyone, that can be used to threaten personal privacy, National Security and even Democracy itself.  That technology is video. Combined with the viral power of the Internet, believable fake videos can compromise privacy, harm corporations, sow societal and political discord and spread disinformation. 

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