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Can Healthcare Withstand Hacking? 

 Over the past year, cybersecurity attacks have occurred at an alarming rate. Due to a combination of employees working from home and the general chaos of the pandemic, hackers Read more

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Workforce Education Will Be Industrialized Construction’s Path to Success
September 28, 2021
It is projected that by 2035, most buildings will be constructed by industrialized construction. This should be a point of optimism for the industry; IC allows manufacturing and construction to merge, which Read more
Creating Future Ready Schools: Beyond the Classroom
September 28, 2021
   On this episode of Beyond the Classroom, Host Tyler Kern discussed future-ready learning with Ron Stefanski, Executive Director, Strategic Partnerships at Centric Learning, and Dr. Kevin Brown, Read more
Houses of Worship Take Center Stage at CFX 2021
September 27, 2021
This week, Tradeshow TV powered by InfoComm and MarketScale, we take a look at the House of Worship market at the Church Facilities Expo in Dallas, to touch base on how this live events market adjusted its AV Read more
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Can Healthcare Withstand Hacking? 
September 14, 2021
 Over the past year, cybersecurity attacks have occurred at an alarming rate. Due to a combination of employees working from home and the general chaos of the pandemic, hackers Read more
Ransomware…What in the World Is Going On?
August 31, 2021
In a landscape that’s seen an uptick in cybersecurity concerns thanks to a boost in remote work, hurried adoption of technology solutions and more, there’s one cyberattack du jour – Read more
Supply Chain Hacking Breaks Cyber Trust
January 19, 2021
Bringing together leaders, lawmakers and lawbreakers. Host Luke Fox explores how innovations in business and technology are redefining our trust in security measures.   The Read more
Why Higher Ed Needs Better Protection from Modern Ransomware Attacks
December 16, 2020
Higher education institutions suffering from ransomware attacks is nothing new. However, as institutions shift to distance learning, the attack surface is much greater, giving malicious actors Read more
Cybercrime is on the Rise During Remote Learning
September 18, 2020
Fifty-two percent of K-12 educators in the U.S. say their school has not warned them about the dangers of ransomware as they scale remote learning this year, according to the Education Read more
Why Visibility Will Help Prevent Rising Security Breaches
June 17, 2019
  It’s not just your imagination. Data breaches are occurring more often than they used to, said network security expert Josh Walker. In this episode of the Software and Technology Podcast, Read more