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Broadband woes could put creation of 81,000 jobs at risk

Blake Driver with Albuquerque Business First writes about lack of broadband availability in New Mexico (Article)

Tech support scam stokes concerns Dell customer data was breached

Article on Ars Technica by Dan Goodin – Jan 6, 2016 4:55pm MST

Microsoft Changes Rules of Windows 10 Upgrade Game

Expands notifications and automatic upgrades to domain-joined small business PCs (Article) – By Gregg Keizer of Computer World

Excellus Breach May Affect 10.5 Million People

LifeLock’s Cory Warren discusses a recent data breach at Excellus.

Why Firmware Is So Vulnerable to Hacking, and What Can Be Done About It

By Kim Zetter 02.24.15 | When Kaspersky Lab revealed last week that it had uncovered a sophisticated piece of malware designed to plant malicious code inside the firmware of computers, it should have surprised no one. And that’s not just ...

E-cigarettes chargers: not what they seem?

  by Christina Goggi A few weeks ago, we posted an article about the security risks presented by USB devices with hacked firmware in the controllers. Now there are reports that USB threats are even more pervasive. Inexpensive USB chargers ...

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Net Sciences, Inc.
  • 1429-A Carlisle Blvd. NE
    Albuquerque, NM 87110
  • Phone: 505-266-7887
  • Phone: 505-266-7887

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