Heartbleed Flaw Said Used by Chinese in Hospital Hacking

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Heartbleed Flaw Said Used by Chinese in Hospital Hacking



Chinese hackers exploited the Heartbleed Internet security flaw to steal data on 4.5 million patients of Community Health Systems Inc. (CYH), the first known breach of a company by use of the vulnerability, said a person involved in the investigation […]

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Business Profile: Community leader Jonathan Wynn-Strachan

Jonathan WynnJonathan Wynn-Strachan, a music student and Miami native, founded the non-profit community service project, 60 Minutes of Art, in 2013. Jonathan became involved in the arts while attending Charles Drew Middle School and showed great prospect for the theatre and visual arts. As President of the non-profit, he is in charge of creating lesson plans for upcoming workshops, acting as instructor for classes, as well as actively reaching out to sponsors to support this hands on organization. 60 Minutes of Art is a student based organization, which takes the visual and performing arts into inner city neighborhoods that have lost funding or simply do not have access to creative programs.

While in high school, Jonathan was faced with a traumatic experience which was not only life changing, but made him realize the strong role art played in his life. It was then he decided to start 60 Minutes of Art. The idea was to start a program that would serve as a positive outlet for children ages 6 to 13 in Miami, Florida communities that were identified as target zones and would benefit the most from this platform. Jonathan’s ultimate goals are to give back to his community and educate children on the unique benefit of artistic expression. “I am given the opportunity to help and impact so many children and the greatest joy is having kids learn something new and possibly provide a new talent,” said Jonathan. Breaking down the walls of ignorance, fear and stereotypes gives 60 Minutes of Art continued purpose.

Jonathan’s motivation comes from individuals who support and play the part in making the dream of artistic equality a reality. Working with students who are eager to learn and explore makes this community organization worthwhile. Like many non-profits, the volunteers who diligently work to make positive strides towards artistic expression are greatly appreciated.

Jonathan, also credits his mother who worked as a single parent to instill strong academic values and made education a top priority. This strong work ethic pushed Jonathan to become an overall honor student throughout high school. His mentor, Mrs. Elina Gayol, provided unwavering support and dedication, which increased Jonathan’s drive as well as pushed others to make artistic sparks.

Jonathan plans on attending Miami-Dade Community College on a full scholarship and major in non-profit operations and visual performing arts. He is dedicated to his community and encouraging kids to learn one note at a time.

Atlanta Free Speech salutes Jonathan Wynn-Strachan.

To learn more about 60 Minutes of Art, visit the website here.

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Insurance for Cyber-Crime

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The recent hacking of Twitter accounts of high profile government institutions brings to mind the significant changes in the level of sophistication of cyber-security threats since 1986, when the first known case of a computer virus was reported. A few […]

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Hacker Accounting Reminds Business Owners That Tax Returns Are Due in September

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Hacker Accounting Reminds Business Owners That Tax Returns Are Due in September



Hacker Accounting loves helping business owners. One way they do this is by helping owners prepare and file their taxes. With so many rules, regulations, and deadlines to be aware of, some business owners might not know that an important […]

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Hackers take control of Internet appliances

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Hackers take control of Internet appliances



The plundering of the Internet of Things has commenced. From a command center in a non-descript high-rise here in the heart of Silicon Valley, security start-up Norse has been gathering shocking evidence of hackers usurping control of Internet-connected appliances, everything […]

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US Nuclear Regulator Hit by Foreign Cyber Attacks

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US Nuclear Regulator Hit by Foreign Cyber Attacks



US nuclear regulator the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has been hit by at least three major cyber attacks over the past three years designed to steal user log-in credentials and infect machines, according to a new report. An Inspector General report […]

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High-Profile Cyber-Attacks

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High-Profile Cyber-Attacks



On August 14, the Russian government’s press service announced that Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev’s Twitter account had been hacked and its most recent tweets were fake, one of which said that the prime minister had decided to resign. The tweets […]

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Patient info stolen in hacker attack

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Patient info stolen in hacker attack



Hospital operator Community Health Systems says a cyber attack took information on more than 4 million patients from its computer network earlier this year. That may impact patients and families in the Eastern Carolinas. The Franklin, Tennessee, company says no […]

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NCS 6/27/11

In cyber security news today, the hacking group LulzSec says they are calling it quits. They claimed they hacked into numerous companies including Sony PlayStation and PBS. While they are ending their hacking spree, LulzSec encouraged their twitter fans to follow the hacking group Anonymous. So far, more than 60,000 people began following them just in one day. Also, if you have been a victim of a hacker, there are several things you can do to protect yourself. You should check your credit information regularly to make sure there are not fraudulent posts. Also if your e-mail has been compromised, make sure you do not give out any information like your social security number or bank account information.

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Think before tweeting at crime scenes

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Think before tweeting at crime scenes



Vancouver police and RCMP are increasingly concerned about police operations being compromised by the expanding use of social media. “Our primary concern is the safety of the public and our members,” Vancouver Sgt. Randy Fincham said in an interview about […]

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