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This Week

[Weekly Beacon] - Cybersecurity is threatening America's military supremacy

This week the discussion of cybersecurity and its threat to America's military power continues, teen hacks (and owns) a bunch of government FTP servers, healthcare is still getting hammered by ransomware, Chinese hackers steal millions in Wall Street Tech firm breach, the National Conference of State Legislatures wants to give states flexibility to deal with cybersecurity, and more!

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Past Weeks

[Weekly Beacon] - Nation States May Be Plotting Internet Takedown

This week news has emerged about large nation states testing defenses of companies that run critical parts of the Internet, new DNC documents were dumped and Secretary of State Colin Powell's private emails were leaked by Guccifer 2.0, i

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[Weekly Beacon] - Apple is betting big on a wireless world

This week Apple is strategically pushing users further into a wireless world, United States intelligence agencies are investigating a potential Russian covert operation aimed at the upcoming elections, two men in connection with hacking

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[Weekly Beacon] - Apple Releases 'Emergency' Patch

This week best patch your iPhones and iPads as Apple has discovered three zero-day vulnerabilities, it has been estimated that the alleged NSA hackers could have sold the zero day exploits for over $100,000, consumer password sharing is

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