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Taking place every year on March 8 in many countries across the world, International Women’s Day is celebrated differently depending on the country: in some it’s a national holiday; in others it’s not a holiday but still widely observed. But what’s the same everywhere is that it’s a day when everyone’s eyes are on women […]

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Recently, the Edina Police Department (Minneapolis, U.S.A.) issued a remarkable warning to residents. Following the investigation of nine apartment burglaries, the police concluded that thieves were disrupting the Wi-Fi connection in the apartments. They did this to prevent the home’s smart surveillance cameras from alerting the owners of the danger and transmitting video to them. […]

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Primary school systems handle sensitive data concerning minors, while higher education institutions must safeguard intellectual property data, making them prime targets for cyberattacks, according to Trustwave. These attacks not only threaten the safety and security of teachers and administrators but also put the privacy of students, staff, and other associated entities at risk. With millions […]

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