Someone Made a Fake Equifax Site. Then Equifax Linked to It.

(Courtesy of NYTimes.com) People create fake versions of big companies’ websites all the time, usually for phishing purposes. But the companies do not usually link to them by mistake. Equifax, however, did just that after Nick Sweeting, a software engineer, created an imitation of equifaxsecurity2017.com, Equifax’s page about the security breach that may have exposed … Continue reading Someone Made a Fake Equifax Site. Then Equifax Linked to It.

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Go From Coding Novice to Expert Dev With This Ultimate ‘Learn to Code’ Bundle

(Courtesy of popularmechanics.com) This is it—your chance to stop making excuses and finally learn to code, so you can start the career you've always dreamed of. And, lucky you, you don't even have to rack up a mountain of student debt doing it. The Ultimate Learn to Code 2017 Bundle provides an immersive programming education … Continue reading Go From Coding Novice to Expert Dev With This Ultimate ‘Learn to Code’ Bundle

Microsoft Academy for Veterans Starts in Northeast Florida October 16, 2017

The Microsoft Software & Systems Academy (MSSA) is an 18-week educational program that Microsoft conducts in partnership with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU.) It provides active duty soldiers and veterans with the necessary career skills to meet demand for server & cloud administration, database & business intelligence administration, cloud application development, and cybersecurity administrators.

Make the training stick: How to engage users in cybersecurity practices:

(Courtsey of healthcareitnews.com) Cyberattackers count on untrained computer users to react to electronic bait a certain way, and when they succeed it is because employees are not as engaged with cybersecurity practices as they should be. And that can include those who have already been through training. Even though employees attend cybersecurity training programs, for … Continue reading Make the training stick: How to engage users in cybersecurity practices:

Teachers learn 3D printers, a new way to challenge, excite students: Duval part of statewide training test

(Courtesy of Jacksonville.com) Schools are out for the summer, but about 30 Duval teachers were still at work at Twin Lakes Middle School last week, debating the fine points of statistics and flinging marshmallows, Cheerios and colorful projectiles into the air. and they’ll be able to transfer that one day to the manufacturing field is … Continue reading Teachers learn 3D printers, a new way to challenge, excite students: Duval part of statewide training test