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WESLEY McGREW: Cyber security for the road warrior

In my previous columns, I’ve been describing the benefits of having offense-oriented testing performed on your company’s network. This time around, I want to give some advice for the road warriors among you. Many of you have to travel for work, and present an attractive target to cyber criminals that want to steal trade secrets, customer information, or even infect ...

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TEC appoints Cockrell

TEC has appointed Michael Cockrell as Senior Systems Engineer at LecNet, Inc. in Jackson.  Cockrell will provide support for the provisioning and maintenance of broadband communication services and systems. Cockrell has several years of experience in the technology industry. Cockrell lives in Madison with his wife, Stacy, and children, Morgan, Austin, Matthew and Wesley.

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TODD SMITH — Google launches new effort to flag offensive content

Google is undertaking a new effort to better identify content that is potentially upsetting or offensive to searchers. It hopes this will prevent such content from crowding out factual, accurate and trustworthy information in the top search results. “We’re explicitly avoiding the term ‘fake news,’ because we think it is too vague,” said Paul Haahr, one of Google’s senior engineers ...

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VT Halter appoints Socha

Robert A. Socha has been appointed Senior Vice President of Business Development and Estimating for VT Halter Marine, a subsidiary of Vision Technologies Systems, Inc. Socha has more than 30 years of experience as a senior level executive in domestic and international sales, marketing, business development, public relations as well as deep industry knowledge of the offshore and inland shipbuilding, ...

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C Spire gets favorable Supreme Court ruling

By JACK WEATHERLY The Mississippi Supreme Court has overturned a decision in 2006 by Hinds County Chancery Judge William Singletary that sealed a contract with BellSouth Telecommunications and the state for landline and Internet services and sent it back to the lower court. At issue is whether the Legislature in 2015 made the contract subject to the state’s Open Records ...

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