Tag: security


The personal security and privacy checklist

Have you ever given a second thought to the current state of the security of your personal identity?

A guide to using a VPN: How and when it’s better to use it?

VPN stands for Virtual Private Network. Its essence is to organize a secure (ie encrypted) interaction between two (or more) nodes.

Augusta Free Press debuts new website for STC Security

STC Security in Waynesboro has a new website produced by Augusta Free Press.

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Randy Forbes meets with Philippines Ambassador to the U.S.

Randy Forbes met Thursday with Jose L. Cuisia, Jr., Philippines Ambassador to the U.S., to discuss the contribution of Filipino veterans to U.S. security.

Virginia Tech researcher studying how school security measures affect students

The Institute for Society, Culture and Environment at Virginia Tech has named Anthony Peguero, a professor of sociology, as its spring 2016 senior fellow.


Hurt, Goodlatte, Griffith energy bill passes House

The House passed H.R. 8, the North American Energy Security and Infrastructure Act, which includes the language of H.R. 2929, the Supporting Home Owners Rights Enforcement (SHORE) Act.

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Robert Hurt: Giving thanks for our military in dangerous times

Our servicemen and women and their families make tremendous sacrifices to protect the freedoms we hold so dear, and our nation is grateful for all they do for the cause of liberty.

MACH37 Cyber Accelerator accepting applications for Spring 2016 session

The MACH37™ Cyber Accelerator has officially announced it will begin accepting applications from information security product startups and security entrepreneurs for its Spring 2016 (S16) Cohort that begins on March 14.

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Governor McAuliffe signs executive directive to protect against cyber threats

Governor Terry McAuliffe today signed Executive Directive 5 to strengthen security measures overseeing personal data involved in transactions between citizens and state government agencies and institutions.

Governor announces series of cyber security town hall meetings

Governor Terry McAuliffe has announced that the Virginia Cyber Security Commission will host a series of five town hall meetings across the Commonwealth. The town halls are designed to both inform the public on the work of the Commission and also gather stakeholder input.