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Cybersecurity Story from South Dakota Public Broadcasting

New Cyber Security guidelines put in place by the National Institute of Standards and Technology aim to better protect the country from cyber attacks. Officials say foreign cyber attacks could target US businesses and critical infrastructure such as power plants and dams.​ Read More»

Business Cyber Training story on KSFY

Cyber attacks are on the rise and they’re targeting nearly every aspect of our daily lives – personal and professional. Tuesday, a cyber security seminar focused on how businesses in our state can protect themselves and their consumers from getting attacked. Read More»

Obama Cybersecurity

President Obama’s administration just took some significant steps toward improving cybersecurity in the United States. Read More»

US Senate Commerce Committee Field Hearing

In a 2014 report, the U.S. intelligence community listed cyberattacks as the top risk to the nation’s security. Cyber risks were ranked as an even greater threat than terrorism or transnational organized crime. Read More»

In just the past year, SDN Communications investigated 4,500 cybersecurity threats to its business and institutional clients. Each threat involved anywhere from a single to several thousand attacks. Read More»

Mark Shlanta, SDN Communications CEO

SDN Communications CEO Mark Shlanta will testify to that as an invited guest of the U.S. Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee field hearing Sept. 3 at Dakota State University in Madison. Read More»

SDN Receives ESGR Award

SDN Communications accepts an Above and Beyond Award in recognition of extraordinary support of its employees serving in the South Dakota Guard and Reserve. Read More»

Mobile Devices

You know the feeling. You’re at a crowded venue trying to text a friend, send a photo or simply pull up a web page. All you get is the eternal spinning wheel. Nothing goes through. Even with an unlimited data package, if the data network is maxed out by users, no one connects. Read More»

Mark Shlanta, SDN Communications

OSP, a telecommunications trade magazine reaching an international audience, has named SDN Communications CEO Mark Shlanta a Progressive Rural Network Evolutionary. Read More»

Highly charged debate at the federal level over proposed regulation of the Internet has reached a significant junction, but nothing is likely to be resolved soon. Read More»

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