Why is cybersecurity important to women?

  The events of this year around International Women’s Day, like the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements and the scrutiny of sexual politics, have revealed that cyber-attacks and misogyny by private organisations have a very real impact on women. A recent report, conducted by digital security vendor Rapid7,…

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Protect your kids from cyberbullying

  Anonymity has always been one of the great benefits of the Internet. But it also could very well be an asset for those who choose to ignore the rules. The internet is riddled with cyberbullying, with social networking sites enabling some of the most extreme shaming of…

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Protecting your children from cybercriminals

  To protect children and adults from cybercriminals, awareness is essential. There are several steps you can take to ensure a better understanding of the risks and how to protect yourself. 1. Protection - learn and be aware: Be aware of the risks that are presented online. Bear…

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Protecting your family from cybercriminals

  Assets are usually the first thing to go when a company or a family loses money during a crisis. It is one of the first concerns families have when it comes to protecting their loved ones from fraud. Presently, three million families have reported that they have…

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Allegra Chen-Carrel Explores How Groups Can Co-Exist Peacefully – State of the Planet


As a biracial individual, Allegra Chen-Carrel has long been interested in the relationships between people belonging to different ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic groups. Allegra Chen-Carrel is the program manager for the Sustaining Peace Project at Columbia University’s Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict, and Complexity. Chen-Carrel joined the Earth…

Adirondack Diversity Initiative director: ‘It’s about justice, love — and feeling you belong’ – syracuse.com


SARANAC LAKE, N.Y. – After a challenging and at times controversial start, Nicky Hylton-Paterson said recently she’s finally feeling a sense of belonging as a Black woman in the Adirondacks.Born in Jamaica and relocating here from the Bronx in 2019, Hylton-Patterson accepted the job as executive director of…

Intercultural Urbanism: City Planning from the Ancient World to the Modern Day – Shareable


Intercultural Urbanism Transcript Julian Agyeman Hello and welcome to [email protected] This is our Wednesday colloquium, and we’re proud to be here with our partners Shareable and the Kresge Foundation. I’m Professor Julian Agyeman and together with my research assistants Meghan Tenhoff and Perri Sheinbaum, we organize [email protected] as…