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National Guard looks to private sector for cyber expertise

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National Guard looks to private sector for cyber expertise

Hiring workers who wear two hats — civilian cybersecurity professional and National Guard cyber warrior — can be a force multiplier, Col. Shawn Bratton told a Capitol Hill briefing. The Maryland National Guard wants to work with the cybersecurity industry to jointly recruit online warriors who could be activated for military duty in place at […]

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Norton Ships New App to Stop Hackers from Stealing Private Information Over Unsecured Wi-Fi

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Hackers eavesdropping and intercepting consumer information on unsecured wireless networks while 61 percent of US consumers think their data is protected1 MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Norton by Symantec (NASDAQ:SYMC) today introduced Norton WiFi Privacy, a powerful, yet easy-to-use mobile app that helps shield consumers’ information from hackers snooping on unsecured wireless (Wi-Fi) networks. “We know […]

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NK hackers increasingly attacking private firms

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North Korean hackers are increasing their attacks on South Korean private companies. Pyongyang’s latest attacks on the computer networks of KT, Hanjin Group and SK Group shows that private firms have lax cybersecurity overall compared to the government and public organizations, therefore easily falling prey to North Korean hackers. The victimized firms include Korean Air […]

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Private meet and greet with star of ‘Atlanta Plastic’ Dr. Wright Jones

Tiana L. Ferrell (Publisher of Atlanta Free Speech), Dr. Wright Jones (Atlanta Plastic Cast Member), and Kimberly M. Fletcher (President of Achievers Marketing and Management)

Dr. Wright Jones, M.D., star of Lifetime’s ‘Atlanta Plastic’, held a private event at his office, Wright Jones Plastic Surgery, on Thursday, May 26th.

Dr. Jones, a plastic surgeon certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Surgery, has traveled numerous times to Beverly Hills to study with one of his mentors, who is widely respected as a national authority on ethnic plastic surgery.  In addition to training with top rhinoplasty surgeons in Beverly Hills and Newport Beach, Dr. Jones has also trained under Dr. Constantino Mendieta, a national authority on buttock enhancement and body contouring in Miami, Florida.

Dr. Jones has a special interest in breast reconstruction, rhinoplasty (nasal reshaping), and gluteal augmentation and he operates under a central mission statement: to restore and reform in a manner that is safe and practical. Dr. Jones explains, “I do not want to change who my patients are, but rather to help them become the best that they can be.”

The surgeon explained that he became interested in the reality show, ‘Atlanta Plastic’, after being approached by the production team and learning that his personal life would not be showcased, just his professional talents. “It seemed like they were doing something that’s never been done before; featuring an all-African-American cast of surgeons in the field of plastic surgery. They also let us spearhead the dialogue of body image in African-Americans,” said Dr. Jones.

Wright Jones Plastic Surgery understands that there are many great plastic surgeons in Atlanta as well as all over the country therefore clients can expect a unique and pleasurable experience from Dr. Jones and his team. “We are very candid. We are not a factory. We make it worth their [clients] wild through providing cutting edge surgery, quality results, and safety; but we also focus on the experience because, for me, it’s about the journey and what can we do to improve their journey. We have a holistic approach to plastic surgery,” explained Dr. Jones.

As Dr. Jones is a private person, it was an adjustment for him to be in front of the camera while shooting the reality show. But one thing he felt was important to share with the public was him praying before his surgeries due to the stipulations of discussing God.  “The most important thing about me is my spirituality. I lead with God in everything I do. I pray about everything. I pray before I operate.”

If you would like to learn more about Dr. Jones, or any of the aesthetic enhancement procedures offered at Wright Jones Plastic Surgery, click here.

Atlanta Plastic airs on Fridays at 10/9c on Lifetime.

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‘Micro Schools’ Could Be New Competition for Private K-12 – Education Week

The growth in the number of small, personalized, and more affordable “micro schools” is seen as the first innovation in the private school sector in decades.

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Prison phone company recorded private lawyer-inmate calls, hack reveals Bills

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Prison phone company recorded private lawyer-inmate calls, hack reveals Bills

Concerns about civil liberty violations are spreading after an unidentified hacker recently breached Securus Technologies and released the audio of an estimated 70 million phone conversations of USA prisoners -including communications between attorneys and their clients. “It is very important to note that we have found absolutely no evidence of attorney-client calls that were recorded without the knowledge and consent of those parties”, the firm said. Each call record included a link to a downloadable recording of the call. However, it is common practice to monitor prisoner phone calls for the objective of protecting individuals working in the prisons as well as those on the outside. Securus had been previously breached in 2014, the publication additionally revealed, “when someone hacked three calls made by an inmate named Aaron Hernandez, presumably the former player for the New England Patriots, who was awaiting trial for [allegedly] killing a friend”. It’s not the first indication that Securus may have been recording calls with attorneys. In a statement to the press, Securus Technologies officials say the company found no evidence of a hack, claiming its more likely someone with authorized access leaked the records. The cache of phone records was leaked via SecureDrop by […]

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70M Private Phone Calls Leaked in Prison Hack

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70M Private Phone Calls Leaked in Prison Hack

An anonymous hacker has accessed 70 million phone calls placed by inmates in at least 37 states by breaching Securus Technologies, a prominent telecommunications provider for correctional institutions. Of these, at least 14,000 were confidential conversations between inmates and their attorneys. The Intercept, an investigative news site, first reported the attack after receiving insider information from the hacker. The site states the telecommunications hack spans a nearly two-and-a-half year period, beginning in December 2011 and ending in the spring of 2014. Securus records all inmate phone calls to uphold security standards within these facilities; however, they are not allowed to record and store conversations between inmates and their attorneys in many states. The hacker claims they released these records to expose the recordings of attorney-client communications, an act that potentially impedes an inmate’s right to effective assistance of counsel. This hack comes approximately a year after a group of Texas lawyers sued Securus for illegally recording privileged conversations. Securus’ protocol is for attorneys to register their phone numbers for exemption; however, unregistered numbers, despite the nature of the conversation, will still be recorded. Securus is currently cooperating with law enforcement to investigate the incident. In a company statement, Securus suggests […]

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Prison phone company recorded private lawyer-inmate calls, hack reveals NYSE Post

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Prison phone company recorded private lawyer-inmate calls, hack reveals NYSE Post

Calling it “the most massive breach of the attorney-client privilege in modern US history”, the American Civil Liberties Union told The Intercept that while prisoners lose many of their constitutional rights, the right to speak privately with an attorney — related to the Sixth Amendment — must be protected. Today, the Intercept published a report on Securus Technologies-a jail telephone service provider that is heretofore best known for gouging the shit out of detainees and their families-based on a cache of metadata and recordings of tens of millions of calls provided to the outlet by an anonymous hacker. According to The Intercept, the hacker was concerned that inmates’ constitutional rights had been violated and submitted the phone records to the online news organization. The breach highlights two major issues, the first being that Securus’ systems aren’t as well protected as they claim; the second is that the current system for preventing attorneys’ calls from being recorded isn’t watertight. (The Texas Department of Criminal Justice’s offender phone system is subcontracted to Securus, according to a TDCJ spokesman). “Although this investigation is ongoing, we have seen no evidence that records were shared as a result of a technology breach or hack into […]

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A ‘most private place’: Trust Google with your data above government bodies, says Alphabet’s Eric Schmidt

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A ‘most private place’: Trust Google with your data above government bodies, says Alphabet’s Eric Schmidt

Google is the “safest and most private place” to store data, Alphabet Inc. executive chairman Eric Schmidt said this week as he addressed privacy concerns over data collected by Google’s machine- learning mechanisms. Machine learning is a branch of computer science in which algorithms are constructed to learn from data and make more accurate predictions over time. Google uses such mechanisms in a variety of its services, including improving its search engine services, filtering spam in Gmail and classifying users’ photos in its Google Photos app. “We work very hard to keep people’s data private and to give [them] control over it,” Schmidt said during a live video conference with reporters in Tokyo on Tuesday. “You can control what Google keeps of you … and we keep your data protected using incredibly powerful encryption.” Schmidt also condemned government hacking of technology companies, adding that Google is a safer place to entrust your data than government agencies or bodies. “We are upset that it appears that the US government and the Chinese government … have attacked computer companies without permission,” said Schmidt. Source: http://www.scmp.com/tech/enterprises/article/1877771/most-private-place-trust-google-your-data-above-government-bodies

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‘Stoner hacked CIA Director AND Homeland Security Secretary’: Student leaks private information and claims to have accessed top-secret emails and voicemails

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The FBI is investigating claims two of the highest-ranking national security officials in the US have had their personal emails hacked by a ‘dope smoking’ student hacker. Federal agents are probing reports that the personal accounts of CIA Director John Brennan and Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson were breached. The hacker, who told CNN that he was ‘below the age of 22 years old, I smoke pot, and I live in America’ claimed that he had broken into Brennan’s personal email account and taken sensitive files, including a top-secret application for a security clearance. He also claimed he prank-called Brennan, who is America’s top spy, and taunted him by reciting his Social Security number. ‘He waited a tiny bit and hung up,’ the hacker said. As well as cracking Brennan’s personal AOL account, he claimed to have targeted Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, accessing his internet provider account and listening to his voicemails. An attachment was also released with the names, social security numbers and phone numbers of 20 people said to be affiliated with the CIA head. The unidentified youth told the New York Post last night that Brennan had stored sensitive information on his private email account. This included […]

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