Selling Yourself: How to Offload Your Car Online, The Right Way

We are programmed by nature to acquire, which is one reason selling is so much less fun than buying. But almost all automotive love affairs end, and selling a car online painlessly and for the highest price takes some planning and effort. Look at it this way: The extra hour you spend taking good pictures and writing a thorough description for a sales site may net you another $1000 or more. Not bad for an hour’s labor.
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YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS | The truth about lie detectors

Ouija boards, phrenology, seances, crystal balls and polygraph machines have one thing in common: They are all based on BS. While there is little harm associated with using a Ouija or a medium to converse with your late Aunt Tillie or measuring the bumps and lumps on a subject’s head to determine if they are mentally ill, the results of so called “lie detector” tests can have a devastating impact on the lives of those who are hooked up to one of these totally bogus contraptions.
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NSA Warns Public Networks are Hacker Hotbeds

Agency warns attackers targeting teleworkers to steal corporate data. The U.S. National Security Agency is offering advice to security teams looking for wireless best practices to protect corporate networks and personal devices. The recommendations, while pedestrian in scope, do offer system administrators a solid cheat sheet to share with their work-from-home crowd and mobile workforces.
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Annapolis Cybersecurity Summit: Governor Hogan Enacts Bold Initiatives to Protect Critical Infrastructure From Cyberattacks

ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan today convened a cybersecurity summit at the Maryland State House in Annapolis focused on coordinated federal, state, and private sector efforts to prepare for and address cybersecurity threats. The summit brought together senior government officials, including leaders from the White House, Congress, the National Security Agency (NSA), and the FBI, as […] The post Annapolis Cybersecurity Summit: Governor Hogan Enacts Bold Initiatives to Protect Critical Infrastructure From Cyberattacks appeared first on The Southern Maryland Chronicle.
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With School Of Cyber Studies, TU Now Offering Bachelor's In Cybersecurity

On the heels of ransomware attacks hitting a pipeline company, a meatpacker and even the City of Tulsa, the University of Tulsa is expanding its cybersecurity program. TU announced on Friday a new School of Cyber Studies that will offer a bachelor’s degree in cybersecurity and a doctorate in cyber studies. The university previously offered an undergraduate minor or a master’s in cybersecurity.

For Federal Agencies, Planned Technology Upgrades Provided Happy Surprises

Ryan has been a magazine and newspaper editor for 18 years, with the last 12 covering a variety of bases for CDW’s family of tech magazines. As Editor in Chief, he works on developing editorial strategy and is always on the lookout for new writing talent and sharing great stories with the IT world. In his spare time, Ryan enjoys spending time with his family, biking and obsessively following Iowa Hawkeye sports and Cubs baseball.
Maryland StateGovernment Technology

Maryland Gov. Creates State Data, Privacy Officer Positions

Gov. Larry Hogan is making data governance and privacy a greater priority for Maryland, having signed executive orders yesterday establishing the roles of state chief data officer (SCDO) and state chief privacy officer (SCPO). A nationwide search is now underway to fill these positions, according to Maryland CISO Chip Stewart.
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Are white supremacy, domestic terrorism the nation’s biggest threats? Utah Republican says that’s ‘nonsense’

A Utah congressman says one of the most troubling things he has seen in recent years is the federal government reaching into Americans’ lives in an “abusive manner.”. “And this administration is doing that on steroids,” Republican Rep. Chris Stewart told conservative legislators from around the country at the American Legislative Exchange Council conferences in Salt Lake City.
Foreign Policybolnews.com

NSA discusses Afghan situation with US counterpart

National Security Adviser Moeed Yusuf on Thursday met his US counterpart Jake Suvillian to discuss the urgent need for a reduction in violence in Afghanistan and a negotiated political settlement to the conflict. Yusuf left for the crucial US visit on July 26 as part of the efforts by Pakistan...
Congress & CourtsAntiwar.com

27 Groups Urge Congress To Close FBI ‘Backdoor Search’ Loophole

"Ending this unconstitutional practice is imperative to ensure that foreign intelligence surveillance does not swallow Americans' privacy rights." Over two dozen advocacy groups on Monday sent a letter urging members of Congress to back a measure that, if enacted, would close the so-called “backdoor search” loophole that allows warrantless surveillance of U.S. citizens’ data by government agencies including the FBI and CIA.

DOJ: SolarWinds hackers breached emails from 27 US Attorneys’ offices

The US Department of Justice says that the Microsoft Office 365 email accounts of employees at 27 US Attorneys' offices were breached by the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) during the SolarWinds global hacking spree. "The APT is believed to have access to compromised accounts from approximately May 7 to...
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Nick Mohammed on How the Positivity of 'Ted Lasso' Has Affected Him and 'Intelligence' Season 3 Hopes

[Editor’s note: The following contains spoilers for Season 2 of Intelligence.]. Actor, creator and former magician Nick Mohammed is on quite a roll. On Season 2 of Intelligence, his workplace comedy set in the UK’s Government Communications Headquarters where they tackle international and domestic cyber crime, he pays Joseph, an inept computer analyst and sidekick to pompous American NSA Agent Jerry Bernstein (David Schwimmer) and whose fate is currently up in the air, and to balance that, his Ted Lasso character Nate is the former kit man turned assistant coach for AFC Richmond who’s finally learned how to speak up for himself.
Congress & CourtsTenth Amendment Center

True Civil Libertarians Must Oppose the IRS

Progressives who work to end individual rights violations committed by the NSA, FBI, DEA, CIA, and other federal agencies usually overlook, or even support, the routine violations of Americans’ rights by the IRS. For example, progressives rarely, if ever, speak out against the IRS’s targeting of the opponents of those...
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[Meme] Enforcing ILO-AT Rulings...

We’re still waiting for a statement — any statement (direct or indirect) — from EPO management, seeing that almost a month has passed. A closer look at the dire state of the Open Source Initiative, or OSI, which no longer protects Open Source (let alone software freedom) but instead helps openwashing, Microsoft entrapment, and a coup against the FSF.