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Russia Offers $100,000 for Cracking Tor

The Russians have put a bounty on Tor worth nearly 4 million rubles to anybody who can hack the anonymity network. That’s $100,000 to you, imperialist running dog. And Russian citizens and companies can collect the reward if they can […]

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Motorola Solutions offers Real-Time Crime Center Starter Kit to cities

Top Priority Sector:  law_enforcement_first_responders Motorola Solutions is offering a Real-Time Crime Center Starter Kit, designed to provide police departments with crime data, statistics, and records to facilitate more effective policing strategies. Read More….

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Nickerson PR offers training program for public safety officials

Ashley Bennett Top Priority Sector:  communications Nickerson PR, a Waltham, MA based PR firm, will offer a Public Safety Communications Training Series, a training program for public safety officials to communicate with the public more effectively. Read More….

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WidePoint offers new ePassport validation program

Ashley Bennett Top Priority Sector:  airport_aviation_security WidePoint Corp., a McLean, VA based IT solutions firm, has launched a new ePassport Certificate Management and Validation program in its package of PIVotal ID Managed Validation Services. Read More….

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University of Southern California offers free emergency preparedness program

Ashley Bennett Top Priority Sector:  disaster_preparedness_emergency_response The University of Southern California (USC) has unveiled a new program geared toward emergency preparedness and safety entitled the USC Community Emergency Preparedness Project (USC-CEPP). Read More….

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SAFECode offers free online cybersecurity courses

Ashley Bennett Top Priority Sector:  education_training The Software Assurance Forum for Excellence in Code (SAFECode) is offering free online cybersecurity courses on its Website through its Securing Engineering Training by SAFECode program. It is offering several courses including Product Penetration Testing 101, Cross Site Scripting (XSS) 101, and Secure Java Programming 101. The courses consist of online Webcasts and are available on-demand to view and download. Read More….

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Mineta Transportation Institute offers free emergency preparedness handbook for transit agencies

Ashley Bennett Top Priority Sector:  infrastructure_protection The Mineta Transportation Institute (MTI) is offering a free emergency preparedness handbook for emergency managers at transportation and transit agencies across the country. Read More….

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IBM offers new cybersecurity consulting service to protect critical infrastructure

Ashley Bennett Top Priority Sector:  cyber_security IBM has unveiled a new cybersecurity consulting service to help critical infrastructure organizations utilize the new NIST Cybersecurity Framework that was recently released by the Obama Administration and the Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Homepage position:  1

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Google Offers $3 million to Hackers

Google, which does not take Internet security lightly, has announced its willingness to pay computer hackers up to a total of $3 million to find and exploit its computer software Chrome OS. The company, based in Mountain View, California, said in March that it would hold its own contest name “Pwnium.” The contest would feature hackers putting their skills together attempting to hack into the ACER Chromebook C720 or Chromebook 11 from Hewlett Packard. The tech giant said it would pay out $150,000 and $110,000 prizes. In all, Google said it would pay $2.71828 million a reference to e the …continue reading

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Intellicheck Mobilisa offers scanning solution for Mexican IDs

Top Priority Sector:  access_control_identification Intellicheck Mobilisa has released a new software product, MexiScan, for authenticating Mexican driver’s licenses and IDs. Read More….

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