After reviewing online attack trends for the first half of the year, numerous cybersecurity firms agree: COVID-19 was king. As the pandemic has reshaped how many live and work, so too has it driven attackers to attempt to exploit work-at-home... Read More
By popular demand, Long Island’s only drive-through dinosaur exhibit, “Jurassic Quest,” has extended its stay at Town Park Point Lookout and will now host shows through Oct. 18.
The program was originally to run through Oct.... Read More
It appears the TikTok saga is over.
President Trump “supports a deal in principle” allowing TikTok to stay in the US.
Bytedance will still be the majority shareholder of TikTok but Oracle and Walmart can purchase up to a 20% stake in the... Read More
Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston is making his TV comeback in a new Showtime crime drama this December, and fans can get a first look at what’s in store in the series’ newly-released full-length trailer.
Your Honor is a new Showtime... Read More
#TuesdayTrivia #DiscovertheCIAPut your observation skills to the test. Can you spot the 10 differences in the photo below? Check back tomorrow to see if you found them all. pic.twitter.com/pKeaAqSLwz— CIA (@CIA) September 8, 2020
The... Read More
As we get closer to the election, it’s highly likely that malicious actors will register and leverage election and voting websites to mislead users. We identified 47 potentially malicious domains that were either parked, redirected to a different... Read More
As leaders at higher ed institutions work to sort out the basic logistics of what the campus experience looked like this Fall, many also find themselves facing student backlash regarding remote learning experiences.
After this spring’s... Read More
Raising children in the digital age can definitely be an interesting experience. With the internet at their fingertips, new and enriching opportunities are sprouting up each day – but these changes often come with their own set of problems as... Read More
One of the biggest challenges facing educators as they head back to campus in the ‘new normal’ of remote learning environments is trying to make sure that students are using research sources that are safe and unbiased.
These fact-checking... Read More
While COVID-19 is having a devastating effect on the global economy and consumers, the use of financial technology services – better known as fintech – is increasing. Consumers, through computers and smartphones, rely on... Read More
The key to building connectivity with students taking classes virtually is regular and personable communication. Here are suggestions that based teaching remote classes and working with others who teach them.
1. Post and email regular... Read More
As the fall season begins, school does too.
Things are a little different this year – some schools will have much smaller class sizes, some will be holding classes on alternating days, some will teach totally virtual courses, some a hybrid of... Read More
The Lost Wages Assistance (LWA) program has launched. It gives eligible Americans who are unemployed or partially unemployed due to COVID-19 an additional $300 a week in unemployment benefits. The funding for it comes from a FEMA disaster relief... Read More
As the world’s top pharmaceutical companies work to develop a safe and effective coronavirus vaccine, they have been under immense pressure to produce a vaccine that will eliminate the need for the continued shutdowns that have been... Read More
Students in Hartford, Connecticut, will have to wait at least one more day to start the new school year after a ransomware attack shut down the district’s computer system. Officials informed parents that both online and in-person classes... Read More