How This Cloud-Based Security Tool Protected The Super Bowl From Hackers

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans When football fans checked their email and uploaded photos from Super Bowl 50 this year, the Denver-based security software startup ProtectWise was monitoring traffic from Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, for potential threats. “We were invited by Norwich University’s The…

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Super Eagles forward, Emenike, falls victim to hackers

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Emmanuel Emenike, Super Eagles striker, is the latest celebrity victim of impersonation and hacking. The striker said on Wednesday that someone infiltrated his e-mail and attempted to carry out fraudulent acts with the account. Emenike, who plays professional football for Turkish…

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Super Tuesday in Georgia

The polls are open from 7a.m. to 7p.m. today throughout the state of Georgia. Make sure you take advantage of your right to vote this primary season! Please note you will need to present a government issued photo ID to vote. The post Super Tuesday in Georgia appeared first on…

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Tinder “Super Like” feature now available globally

Earlier this month, dating app Tinder got a new Super Like feature, soft-launched in Australia. What it does is, it gives users the ability to “super like” somebody once per 24 hours. A super-liked user will get notified that you are interested in them – this differs from the normal…

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Tinder adds new ‘Super Like’ feature

Dating app Tinder has become extremely popular with its swipe left to discard, swipe right to approve a potential match. Today, Tinder has announced a new option. By swiping up, you can ‘Super Like’ a particular male or female. Tinder users will have the ability to tag someone with a…

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New Zealand Super Computer FitzRoy Hacked

FitzRoy, one of the fastest supercomputer weighing 18 tonnes, equivalent to 7000 laptops working simultaneously, supplying information on future severe weather, as well as greater world issues such as climate change, has been targeted by a computer hacker assumed to hail from China. Read More…. For more information go to…

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