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ZOOM Security Issues Extract from Toms Guide

School districts, including New York City’s, start banning Zoom because of online security issues

Days after the FBI issued a warning to the public about the “hijacking” of online classrooms and teleconferences, the New York City Department of Education, which runs the largest school district in the country, said teachers should no longer use Zoom and should instead work through alternatives.

Other school districts, too, have banned Zoom or are trying to beef up security around its use. Clark County Public Schools in Nevada said in a statement that it had decided to “disable access to Zoom out of an abundance of caution due to instances of hacking that created unsafe environments for teachers and students,” but that it was looking at options to that might allow it to resume access.

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5 Pro Tips to Stay Secure at Black Hat and DEF CON 2017

July 20, 2017 By Tyler Moffitt

5 Pro Tips to Stay Secure at Black Hat and DEF CON 2017

The world’s leading information security events, Black Hat USA and DEF CON, are happening next week in Las Vegas. In its 20th year, Black Hat will bring over 15,000 IT and security pros together to discuss the latest information security research, development and trends. Among these attendees, you will find academics, researchers, as well as leaders in the public and private sectors addressing the security community needs.