David Charles Hahn, who was nicknamed the “Radioactive Boy Scout,” received regular visits from the FBI for nearly a decade from 2005 through 2015, Ars has learned. Hahn, who was profiled by Harper’s Magazine in 1998 for his attempts to build a homemade breeder nuclear reactor in his mother’s backyard shed, passed away late last year in Michigan at the age of 39. Last month, Ars reported that Hahn did not die as a result of radiation poisoning. … [Read more...] about “Radioactive Boy Scout” regularly visited by FBI for a decade, father says
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By Giridhara Raam MBusinesses around the world have experienced numerous changes in their operations, culture, customer support, spending, and investments as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Although many managed to adapt to this new culture swiftly, few are practicing effective cybersecurity for their remote workforce and devices, and some have already been impacted by cyberattacks.Cybercrime has increased during these tough times, and malicious actors have successfully breached major entities, including government agencies. The World Health Organisation, Cognizant, and the US Defence Information Systems Agency are among those who have fallen victim to cyberattacks during this pandemic. Businesses are scaling up their operations and are working to improve the security of their remote workforce; however, they need to be ready to adapt to the security demands the remote workforce generates. According to the Gartner HR Survey, 41 percent of employees are "likely to work remotely at … [Read more...] about Is your business ready for post-Covid-19 cybersecurity?
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