Global security firm Securitas agrees to changes in personnel training after employee choked and punched 11-year-old girl in Boston clothing store | #education | #computertraining

A global security firm with personnel in Massachusetts has agreed to make changes to its training methods after one its security guards choked and punched an 11-year-girl in Boston in 2019, Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins announced today. The agreement between New Jersey-based Securitas Security Services USA Inc. and…

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New partnership boosts cybersecurity expertise | #education | #computertraining

Universiti Teknologi Brunei (UTB) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the National Cybersecurity R&D Laboratories (NCL) of the National University of Singapore (NUS) via video conference yesterday. Signing on behalf of UTB was Dean of School of Computing and Informatics (SCI) Dr Mohamad Saiful bin Haji Omar while NUS…

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Robinson interns at hospital | #education | #computertraining

By STAFF REPORTS Elijah Robinson recently took part in East Central Community College Work-Based Learning Program as an Intern with Neshoba General’s Information Technology department.  Through this program, Robinson was hired on as a part time employee working in the IT department as an entry-level Helpdesk technician. He was able…

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VIDEO INTERVIEW: Jonathan “JJ” Jackson discusses BlackBerry’s 2021 Annual Threat Report: COVID, RaaS, CaaS and more | #education | #computertraining

With the COVID-19 pandemic still raging in many parts of the world, which has also seen cyberthreats accelerating even faster than digital transformation efforts, how is BlackBerry helping companies around the world stay protected, and thrive? Back in February this year, BlackBerry released its 2021 Annual Threat Report, which uncovered the…

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Dysfunctional cyber, network teams disrupt digital transformation | #education | #computertraining

Digital transformation projects worth billions of pounds are being jeopardised by poor relationships between cyber security and networking teams, according to cloud security firm Netskope, which has released a new study exploring how a lack of collaboration between specialist teams can hamper large IT projects. The poll of CIOs and…

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After ransomware attack, Union City hiring cyber security manager – Silicon Valley | #education | #computertraining

Union City is hiring a cyber security manager about a year-and-a-half after a ransomware computer virus brought digital city systems to a screeching halt and forced a major back-end overhaul of file systems, security protocols and training. “We can’t let our guard down,” Mario Vallejo, the city’s chief technology officer…

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