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  1. Stay informed during the pandemic to help fight cybercrime
    Professional and recreational fraudsters alike are busier than ever. They have plenty of time to try to cheat you and your employer out of valuable information and money, and they’re demonstrating creativity in shaping their fraudulent pitches around the dominating subject of the day: COVID-19.
  2. Homeworkers must keep their guard up for cyber threats, too
    Conducting business securely from remote offices has placed an added burden on employees and their employers, however. Cyber safety in high-tech communications should never be assumed.
  3. KELOLAND News: SD businesses expand bandwidth to send more workers home
    KELOLAND News' Angela Kennecke featured SDN Communications customer Plains Commerce Bank Thursday to show how they're gradually moving people from the office to work remotely amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
  4. Downtown Sioux Falls likely to get its first small cell poles
    Ten new light poles that will double as small cell support structures are expected to significantly enhance mobile connectivity in the area.
  5. Yikes! Video documents vulnerability of cyber infrastructure
    I recently watched a captivating, 16-minute video. It documented how a team of hired hackers rather easily broke into the headquarters, substations and other facilities of what appeared to be a secure rural electric cooperative.
  6. Cooperative project in Minnesota highlights SDN’s to-do list
    SDN Communications' crews are digging away, steadily expanding and improving the company’s regional, fiber optic footprint.
  7. SDN Member Company General Manager to be Inducted to 2018 South Dakota Hall of Fame
    Rod Bowar has perhaps the most unique career path in South Dakota telecommunications. Rod has taken his entrepreneurial spirit and created numerous business divisions for Kennebec Telephone Company Inc. as the major owner of (KTCI).
  8. Businesses, beware: Technology has helped hackers, too
    Twenty-five years ago, hackers needed advanced skills to successfully attack businesses on the internet. Online criminals almost needed the equivalent of a master’s degree or a doctorate to be successful. Today, all they need is motivation.
  9. SD lawmakers consider bill requiring data breach notifications
    South Dakota remains the last state in the nation without data breach reporting protection for citizens, but Attorney General Marty Jackley intends to change that with the help of lawmakers this session.
  10. Future will bring more small cells and better services in region
    People in Brookings, including students, staff and visitors at South Dakota State University, can look forward to improved telecommunications in 2018.
  11. Coming sooner than you might expect: driverless cars
    Companies have been experimenting with driverless cars for decades, and progress is grabbing attention, especially during the past few years. Developers are testing self-driving cars every day on American streets, as companies race toward the consumer marketplace.
  12. Small cell technology helping improve wireless services
    As more people rely on their mobile phones and tablets to stream video and browse the Internet, some wireless carriers are using small cell networks to improve customer service and meet the bandwidth demands of mobile users.
  13. Three ways SDN’s broadband and services impact your life
    Three ways SDN’s broadband and services impact your life