Cyber security concerns increase need for private wireless data networks

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Originally published in Independent Australia

THE USE of private wireless networks to provide for utilities and other aspects of critical industries have become more important than ever before, as the need for a medium to defend in the face of cyber-attacks escalates.

Recent large scale hacks have raised new awareness regarding possible cyber-attacks that have the potential of stalling operations and even bringing down small and large portions of the electric grid in the United States and elsewhere. Continue reading “Cyber security concerns increase need for private wireless data networks”

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U.S. Democrat HQ computer hacking by Russians raises cybersecurity concern

Originally posted in Independent Australia

This article discusses the recent hacking of Democrat HQ by Russians and the implications of the growing cyber security threat for countries across the globe.

RUSSIAN HACKERS, enjoying support from Moscow, are responsible for a recent breach of the Democratic National Committee servers in the United States, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) confirmed in a statement recently. Continue reading “U.S. Democrat HQ computer hacking by Russians raises cybersecurity concern”

Did Apple do anything wrong?

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Originally posted  in Independent Australia – October 2nd, 2016

MAYBE APPLE’S TAX avoidance was completely by the book. Maybe not.

With Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump claiming he was actually “smart” not to pay taxes for many years, the question that comes to mind is did Apple do anything wrong in avoiding billions in taxes in Europe?

Apple claims to have abided all the rules and regulations of the European Commission, and the U.S. government has found itself involved in a dispute with the European Union. There are also experts saying the EC is actually over-reacting and over-reaching in this regard.

Continue reading “Did Apple do anything wrong?”