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10 Tips for Successful K-12 Remote Learning

10 Tips for Successful K-12 Remote Learning

Even with the widespread usage of remote learning across the U.S. school districts, there’s still a learning curve on K-12 remote learning for educators and administrators. Like traditional classroom instruction, remote learning relies on several factors to succeed. Clarity of presentation, ability to review and check student comprehension, and timely feedback all contribute to quality […]

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Preparing for Remote Work to Continue

Preparing for Remote Work to Continue

What actions can employees, CTOs and CFOs take to ease the transition to potentially working remotely in the long term? As the global pandemic continues and the economic uncertainty remains a constant during these unprecedented times, companies worldwide are trying to imagine the future after the coronavirus crisis subsides. Will they be prepared? Businesses Will […]

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What Is Failover

What Is Failover

Failover Explained In computing and networking, people use the term failover to describe a backup operational mode during which the functions of a system switch to a redundant or standby system. In the event of a system malfunction or scheduled maintenance, implementing failover helps prevent service disruption. When a system is in failover mode, the […]

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Cyber Attack Breaches

Cyber Attack Breaches

Our latest Cyber Attack Roundup features more unfortunate school districts, hospitals, and high-profile cases involving Capital One, Amazon, and the LA Superior Court. These foreboding stories make it clear that the methods a hacker can use to critically compromise an organization are varied: server-side request forgery (SSRF) attacks, ransomware, phishing campaigns, and more. High school […]

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Network Outages From Cyber Attacks: Cyber Attack Roundup

Network Outages From Cyber Attacks: Cyber Attack Roundup

  Network Outages from Cyber Attacks: Downtime Danger Network outages from cyber attacks are no small matter. Unexpected attacks from hackers can disrupt business operations for days on end and cost their targets thousands of dollars. This edition in the Cyber Attack Roundup series includes woeful stories of schools and businesses caught off guard and […]

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School-targeted Ransomware Attacks: Cyber Attack Roundup

School-targeted Ransomware Attacks: Cyber Attack Roundup

School-targeted Ransomware Attacks on the Rise School-targeted ransomware attacks can mean pricey trouble for organizations ill-equipped in cybersecurity. Hackers are demanding larger sums of money in return for stolen data and hijacked networks. School districts are one of their most popular targets to bleed. This third installment in the Cyber Attack Roundup series zeroes in […]

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Cyber Attacked and Attacker: Cyber Attack Roundup

Cyber Attacked and Attacker: Cyber Attack Roundup

Cyber Attacked and Attacker October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month Cyber Attacked and Attacker Edition: Cyber Attack Roundup highlights headlines covering cyber hits on big companies like DoorDash and Dunkin’, hospitals, iPhone users, and more. This post is the second installment of a feature we like to call Cyber Attack Roundup. Cyber Attacked: Companies “Dunkin’ […]

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Cyber Attack Roundup September 26, 2019

Cyber Attack Roundup September 26, 2019

Cyber Attack Roundup   Welcome to the first installment of CyberReef’s Cyber Attack Roundup – the latest headlines in cyber attack and hacking news. While not so long ago a monthly or even quarterly roundup would suffice, it’s telling that due to the ever-increasing pace of cyberattacks, a more frequent update is required to stay […]

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