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SDN Board of Members 2006

Three decades of expanding services and market area have altered SDN Communications in a number of fundamental and obvious ways. One interesting, secondary change has been in how competitors perceive the successful company. Read More»

The First National Bank in Sioux Falls

In early 2013, an underground transformer fire temporarily knocked out electrical power to a four-block area of downtown Sioux Falls. The fire burned beneath the sight line of dozens of businesses, but it left a strong impression on executives at The First National Bank in Sioux Falls. Read More»

Advances in communications technology have helped businesses, organizations and consumers operate faster and more efficiently. But new products and services also create fresh targets for criminals. People who use technology always need to be cautious. Read More»

In just a few decades, the internet has completely transformed the way America conducts business. Using the internet has become so routine that it’s difficult to find a company that isn’t online in some way. Read More»

encrypted password on computer screen

Data breaches that leak other people’s information have become painfully common. No individual or organization is immune from the potential impact. Not even people who work for companies that specialize in cybersecurity. Read More»

Maze

It’s probably not fair to say that Americans are too willing to sacrifice security and privacy for the conveniences of technology. But at times that seems to be the case. Read More»

Yankton Chamber Email Scam Alert

Business organizations in Yankton have been under attack lately. Unidentified, profit-seeking scammers have sent several bogus emails to business people and civic groups in the southeastern South Dakota community. Read More»

Scam Alert

The incidence of sextortion has continued to rise in recent years. Parents, in particular, should beware. But anyone can be a victim of sextortion. Read More»

Cyber threats are real and stakes are high

Rain and umbrella

Good preparation for bad weather won’t change the forecast, cybersecurity expert Bryce Austin writes. In contrast, good cybersecurity planning can significantly impact outcomes. Read More»

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»

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