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2019 Sioux Falls Cybersecurity Conference

Businesses that want to enhance protection of their electronic assets should complicate network pathways that hackers might follow, not just try to block them from entering, according to a national cybersecurity expert. Read More»

SDN's Cyber Threat Landscape Report

Cyber outlaws value sensitive electronic information, and they’re always trying to get more. The allure of data in vulnerable computing systems is illustrated by findings in SDN Communications’ Cyber Threat Landscape Report for 2018. Read More»

3 Best password tactics to trump would-be hackers

entering password into laptop monitor

The name “donald” cracked SplashData’s list of the Top 100 Worst Passwords in 2018, debuting at No. 23 in the company’s eighth annual ranking of bad passwords. Read More»

FTC Cybersecurity for Small Business

The FTC offers free advice online to help small businesses fight threats such as phishing schemes, ransomware attacks and tech support scams. Materials include fact sheets, videos and quizzes. Read More»

Chris Haiar and Jon Clayborne

SDN launched its internal mentorship program in April 2016. It’s designed to provide new employees and some participants in leadership classes a contact who they can ask questions, gain corporate insight and even express concerns. Read More»

Sioux Falls Cybersecurity Conference Register

“Cybersecurity is a concern not only for IT professionals, but also for business owners, executives, HR professionals and others.” Read More»

Fortinet Certifications

Businesses that subscribe to SDN Communications’ Managed Firewall Service enjoy advantages. For one, customers may contact the company no matter what type of cybersecurity challenge confronts them. Read More»

Sioux City, Iowa, skyline

The South Dakota-based network reaches into eight other states in the region and, from there, ties cooperatively into other networks and extends across the United States. Read More»

digital economy money and cybersecuity

A new report by the Center for Strategic and International Studies and the security software company McAfee estimates that cybercrime costs the world nearly $600 billion a year. Read More»

Epic Build Demonstration with Casey Swanson & Student

Older students at Lowell Elementary School in Sioux Falls coded laptop computers to build images of multistory structures. Others programmed small, robotic vehicles to stop, go or turn on their command. Read More»

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