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"avi rubin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:05 min | 3 months ago

"avi rubin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of the district's digital systems. Emily Sullivan and member station W. Y P. R Reports Ln a llama Key thought she'd seen all possible remote learning blunders. But then, as the kindergarten teacher was preparing for virtual parent teacher conference, she learned of the attacks, I think if it Had been any other year. My panic level probably would have been a lot higher. Honestly, I was like, Of course, there's a cyber attack. She and other teachers are shut out of their grating portals, email and even their phones. I don't know how we're going to navigate this. My hope is that we will be able to get back into our virtual world as soon as possible. Imagine if thieves snuck into school headquarters loaded up every single document and then put those files in a warehouse on Lee. They can enter. That's how ransomware works and encrypt systems and on Lee, the hackers have the key. Avi Rubin is a computer science professor at Johns Hopkins University, he says. While it's too early to say for certain the attacks look serious. I don't think it's completely out of the question that we may not be able to finish out this year. If we can't get back in line and then that several weeks, schools are not traditional ransomware targets but as many remain online. Rubin says hackers have more opportunities to infiltrate them. Everybody is now using either zoom or Microsoft teams or some form of remote communication, and that includes students learning in school. There's been at least 30 ransomware attacks on schools this year. This one has left more than 115,000 Children who can't enter their classrooms due to the pandemic without a way to learn. Mama Qi says she can't believe she's nostalgic for virtual learning. We get excited to see each other every day, and even though they're only seeing each other virtually when one student has said they asked, why are they on the screen? Or they send virtual hugs to each other? Baltimore County School officials say they're working with the FBI, and they don't plan on paying ransom for NPR news. I'm Emily Sullivan in Baltimore. Singer and songwriter Sunni Pass is an unsung hero of the folk music world for half a century, she's performed socially conscious music and traditional Children's songs in Spanish. This year, the National Endowment for the Arts named her one of its heritage fellows that's the most prestigious award for folk and traditional artists. NPR's Mandali del Barco shares her story after moving from Argentina to the U. S. And 1967. Elsa Colin really gave herself a stage name and Katula, the indigenous language of the Andes. I told my caterer name Only passed meaning lasting peace because that's what I want to see. Oh, The 85 year old is dedicated to singing four and about indigenous and working class people and Children of all backgrounds. She never thought of her music is protest music. She thought of her music is something much deeper, much broader, much more profound. Daniel she he is the director of Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, which is released most of passes albums. He says she became associated with a new style of music from Latin America, and he puts her in the same category as the Great South American singers Violetta para and their service so sad she came along and did her thing before the term weather, Cancion became a genre of music. In a way she's a precursor of the Latin feminist movement as well. She's a pioneer and in Spanish language, Children's music. She does it all. Yeah. Sonny past spent her childhood in a highly educated, creative Argentine family with Italian and Catalan roots. My aunt, it was a What? In France, there were artists painters. I had so many stories, extraordinary stories that I wrote a book off my childhood in Argentina. She learned to play guitar at the local Ben Yes, folk music centers and by 14. She was writing and singing boleros, which he later recorded will never spare. You can love to be able to American told the lovey Mr. Yes, it see it. Getting her life took a 1 80 when she got married and moved to a farm in rural Argentina to raise angora rabbits is extreme. I was plowing the earth with my husband because otherwise we could need it was there and in Chile that past learned about the struggles of workers and impart First Children, farmers and my nerves on person that has to cross the entire on these carrying an enormous amount of weight on their backs..

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"avi rubin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:42 min | 3 months ago

"avi rubin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Proud supporter of New York City's major cultural institutions. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelly and I'm Elsa Chang. All learning stopped in Baltimore County public schools this morning, teachers and students were locked out of their online courses when a ransomware attack halted all of the district's digital systems. Emily Sullivan and member Station W. Y P. R Reports Elena Lama Ke thought she'd seen all possible remote learning blunders. But then, as the kindergarten teacher was preparing for virtual parent teacher conference, she learned of the attacks, I think if it Have been any other year. My panic level probably would have been a lot higher. Honestly, I was like, Of course, there's a cyber attack. She and other teachers are shut out of their grating portals, email and even their phones. I don't know how we're going to navigate this. My hope is that we will be able to get back into our virtual world as soon as possible. Imagine if thieves snuck into school headquarters loaded up every single document and then put those files in a warehouse on Lee. They can enter. That's how ransomware works and encrypt systems and on Lee, the hackers have the key. Avi Rubin is a computer science professor at Johns Hopkins University, he says. While it's too early to say for certain the attacks look serious. I don't think it's completely out of the question that we may not be able to finish out this year if they can't get back in line and then that several weeks, schools are not traditional ransomware targets but as many remain online. Rubin says hackers have more opportunities to infiltrate them. Everybody is now using either zoom or Microsoft teams or some form of remote communication, and that includes students learning in school. There's been at least 30 ransomware attacks on schools this year. This one has left more than 115,000 Children who can't enter their classrooms due to the pandemic without a way to learn. Lama, Ke says she can't believe she's nostalgic for virtual learning. We get excited to see each other every day, and even though they're only seeing each other virtually when one student hasn't they asked, Why aren't they on the screen? Or they send virtual hugs to each other? Baltimore County School officials say they're working with the FBI, and they don't plan on paying ransom for NPR news. I'm Emily Sullivan in Baltimore. Singer and songwriter Sunni Pass is an unsung hero of the folk music world for half a century, she's performed socially conscious music and traditional Children's songs in Spanish. This year, the National Endowment for the Arts named her one of its heritage fellows. That's the most prestigious award for folk and traditional artists. NPR's Mandali Del Barco shares her story. After moving from Argentina to the U. S..

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Ransomware Stalls Online Learning In Baltimore School District

All Things Considered

02:03 min | 3 months ago

Ransomware Stalls Online Learning In Baltimore School District

"All learning stopped in Baltimore County public schools this morning, teachers and students were locked out of their online courses when a ransomware attack halted all of the district's digital systems. Emily Sullivan and member Station W. Y P. R Reports Elena Lama Ke thought she'd seen all possible remote learning blunders. But then, as the kindergarten teacher was preparing for virtual parent teacher conference, she learned of the attacks, I think if it Have been any other year. My panic level probably would have been a lot higher. Honestly, I was like, Of course, there's a cyber attack. She and other teachers are shut out of their grating portals, email and even their phones. I don't know how we're going to navigate this. My hope is that we will be able to get back into our virtual world as soon as possible. Imagine if thieves snuck into school headquarters loaded up every single document and then put those files in a warehouse on Lee. They can enter. That's how ransomware works and encrypt systems and on Lee, the hackers have the key. Avi Rubin is a computer science professor at Johns Hopkins University, he says. While it's too early to say for certain the attacks look serious. I don't think it's completely out of the question that we may not be able to finish out this year if they can't get back in line and then that several weeks, schools are not traditional ransomware targets but as many remain online. Rubin says hackers have more opportunities to infiltrate them. Everybody is now using either zoom or Microsoft teams or some form of remote communication, and that includes students learning in school. There's been at least 30 ransomware attacks on schools this year. This one has left more than 115,000 Children who can't enter their classrooms due to the pandemic without a way to learn. Lama, Ke says she can't believe she's nostalgic for virtual learning. We get excited to see each other every day, and even though they're only seeing each other virtually when one student hasn't they asked, Why aren't they on the screen? Or they send virtual hugs to each other? Baltimore County School officials say they're working with the FBI, and they don't plan on paying ransom

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"avi rubin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:43 min | 3 months ago

"avi rubin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Y c independent journalism in the public interest, 93.9 FM and AM a 20 NPR News and the New York conversation. Lie from NPR news. I'm to Wayne Brown. Speaking from Delaware President elect Joe Biden is urging Americans to take precautions on this Thanksgiving Eve to stem the tide of Corona virus infection spreading across the country. I know how hard you use to forgo family traditions. So very important. Are countries in the middle of a dramatic spike in cases. Now averaging 160,000 new cases a day. No, be surprised if we had 200,000 cases in a single day buying is calling on people to wear masks and practice social distancing as the start to the holiday season gets underway. While Biden appeals for unity President Trump continues to deny the election results, saying they must be overturned. Baltimore County public schools have been hit by a ransomware attack as Emily Sullivan of member Station W. Why PR tells us the attack has forced the cancelation of remote classes. The day before Thanksgiving break. The attack has halted all of the school district's digital systems, meaning teachers and students are unable to log on to their virtual classes. School administrators say the Thanksgiving holiday should give them some time to investigate the attack. Avi Rubin, who was a professor of computer science at Johns Hopkins University says, because most schools online there now a prime target for hackers. I don't think it's completely out of the question that we may not be able to finish out this year if we can't get back in line, and then that several weeks a similar ransomware attack it Baltimore City last year, freezing everything from home sales to water bill payments. Baltimore County government systems do not appear to have been compromised this time for NPR news. I'm Emily Sullivan in Baltimore. Stocks finished mixed on Wall Street is banks Communications in health care companies lost some steam today, the Dow fell, 173 points, down about half a percent. You are listening to NPR news. This is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm Shawn Carlson. There will be fewer floats and balloons at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade this year, not to mention fewer Spectators. The ceremonies are being taped over three days, so television viewers tomorrow will see a combination of life and pre taped events. Some die hard devotes Easa. The annual parade decided to hang around Herald Square, hoping to see a bit of the action a day early. Mark Murphy was one of them, he says. The balloons, of course, are his favorite part of the 96 year old tradition. It always was. The balloons s Oh, it's it's still will.

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"avi rubin" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"avi rubin" Discussed on The CyberWire

"Dan joining joining me once again as Joe Kerrigan. He's from Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute and also my co host on the hacking humans. podcast Joe Great to have you back. Hi Dave you and I were looking king over some of the predictions from McAfee when it comes to things that they think are going to be coming down the Pike in twenty twenty and there's one here that caught her eye that we wanted to discuss today This was written up by John Tucker. He's been A regular guest over on our research Saturday show and this is ransomware attacks to morph into two stage. Extortion campaigns campaigns. Yeah what's going on here. So we're all familiar. With ransomware that you get your files encrypted and then the attacker comes in and they say Here's your keys give me the the money And if you pay them you might very well get the keys in fact most of the time you do get the keys right. But what he's saying is while you're recovering from this ransomware attack. The next thing they're going to do new start extorting you to keep the data private So this is sort of an insult to injury kind of injury kind of thing so you know if if if I am capable enough to penetrate your network and get inside Or if I bought that access from somebody right then I have access to your documents and your data and whatever for and I can get that data out of there as well as encrypted right so I can steal it and encrypted so I can take it for myself and have it and then deprive you of it so once once once I give it back to you through the ransom payment I can still leverage the fact that I have the information so now you're faced with another decision of whether or not to pay the extortion Russian. The hush money and I'll call it the hush money and we'll say the ransoms what you pay to decrypt data and the hush money is what you pay to keep your data from being released. I'm already dealing with people who have already encrypted scripted and stolen my data although they have a little bit of your trust if they've given it back right paying them the the hush money is no guarantee that they're going to not turn around and sell that data a third time for another prophet. Sure Right. I understand what John is saying here and I absolutely think he's right. That people will try it. I don't think it will have any benefit. I don't think people will pay that. As much. People will pay ransoms to get their data back but people are not going to to pay hush money to prevent their data for being leaked. I think so is the lesson here that your data should be encrypted at rest so even if if these bad guys exfiltrated the data right it's encrypted with your encryption. You have the key to. That's correct and they it's worthless to them. It is worthless to them. That's a great point. So if you if you use encryption when your data at rest and that encryption is in place when somebody without authorization look at the data is looking at it. But you know if I'm I'm using whole drive encryption On like a windows machine somebody has remote access to that windows machine. That data is there an unencrypted inaccessible. Yeah Yeah so even though it's encrypted at rest now if I'm talking about encrypted data maybe on a network drive that's always encrypted until somebody looks at it. Yeah yes that's right yeah. Of course if somebody encrypted a second time that's still makes it inaccessible to me so I still have to. I still have to make the decision of whether or not I'm going to pay the ransom. Yeah and you know another thing that I think doesn't get discussed trust very much. Is that sometimes it. There's there's the possibility that when the data is restored. Let's say you pay the ransom in the data's restored right. How do you know that that data hasn't been altered? Yeah that's that's a real issue. Avi Rubin who is a professor at Hopkins has said that that is what he predicts is going to be. The next next wave of ransomware is it. Somebody's going to go into some organization and change the data not make it invalid but change it. And then they're going to say I've I changed your data and you have to pay me a ransom or or I won't change it back but I can change it back and I think that's a much more insidious and and Probably dangerous method of infection. Yeah you can see the ramifications of that think about it in a medical right environment. Absolutely aging patient data information compressed results for example or medicine dosing and things like that. Yeah kinds of issues. That could come up all right well. it's an interesting report. It's a McAfee. Labs APPs twenty twenty threats predictions report worth a look. Joe Kerrigan thanks for joining us. Live and and that's the cyber wire thanks to all of our sponsors for making the cyber wire possible especially are supporting sponsor observe it the leading insider threat management platform learn more four at observant dot com. The cyber wire podcast is proudly produced in Maryland. Out of the startup studios of data tribe with their CO building the next generation of cybersecurity security teams and technology are amazing cyber wire team is Elliott Peltzman Stefan. Kelsey bond. Tim No Dr Joe Kerrigan. Carol -Tario Connect Veliky Bennett Mo- Chris Russell John Patrick Jennifer Ivan Peter. Kilby and I'm Dave Bittner. Thanks for listening.

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"avi rubin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"avi rubin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Meaning no real estate sales can happen. Imagine if somebody would sneak into government building at night, load of a bunch of boxes with all the paperwork for all the pending permits, and all the pending house, closings, and all the pending business that the city was conducting put it all in a truck and drive away and demand, some money order. Bring that truck back to give back all the papers. That's AVI Rubin. A Johns Hopkins. Professor, a cybersecurity expert, Baltimore, mayor Jackie has said the city won't pay the ransom demand. Ruben says, there's no way any federal agency could replicate the key needed to unlock the data. I don't even think that the NSA would be able to break this and that means Baltimore will a centrally have to painstakingly rebuild its online. Systems, and as expected residents here are not happy about it. Many think the city should have been prepared for cyber attack especially after Atlanta was hit by Mauro last year and made national news. Local reports cite, it costed lane, a seventeen million dollars to recover from the attack. Baltimore was using older hardware and software, which are more vulnerable, AVI. Rubin doesn't blame the cash-strapped city for falling victim that kind of attitude appears commonplace, it costs a lot of money to prepare for something like this. And if it's never happened. It's only natural to say, well, this type of thing has never happened before. So I shall we spend a lot of money on it at least twenty minutes apologies and Cleveland's airport were hit by similar malware attacks in recent months. Private companies are targeted all the time and ransoms do get paid providing hackers motivation to keep up attacks years ago. It was hospitals being attacked and most bolstered security, but it's harder for a city like Baltimore to spend. And a lot of money on what can feel like an abstract threat. Ruben says hopefully this latest cyber attack will change that it should be an early warning sign to a lot of other cities that they need to beef up their security, and they need to be up there. I t they need to get more modern computer systems use the cloud actually Merson has been under contract for a two bedroom house for over a month now. She's frustrated that the real estate system didn't have a paper backup in place. The fact that you have a completely unsustainable computer system with no plan in place for something like this happens after watching it happen to countless other cities. It's frustrating and disappointing yesterday nearly two weeks after the attacks officials introduced a non digital workaround for home-buying involving lots of paper. Meanwhile as the cyberattack continues officials say they'll try to come up with paper, work arounds.

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"avi rubin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"avi rubin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"No real estate sales can happen. Imagine if somebody would sneak into government building at night, load of a bunch of boxes with all the paperwork for all the pending permits, and all the pending house, closings, and all the pending business that the city was conducting put it all in a truck and drive away and demand, some money order. Bring that truck back to give back all the papers. That's AVI Rubin, a Johns Hopkins. Professor, a cybersecurity expert, Baltimore, mayor Jackie young has said the city won't pay the ransom demand. Ruben says, there's no way any federal agency could replicate the key needed to unlock the data. I don't even think that the NSA would be able to break this and that means Baltimore will ascend have to painstakingly rebuild its online systems. And as expected residents here are not happy about it. Many think the city should have been prepared for cyber attack especially after Lanta was hit by Mauro last year and made national news local reports cite, it costs, Atlanta seventeen. Million dollars to recover from the attack. Baltimore was using older hardware and software, which are more vulnerable, AVI. Rubin doesn't blame the cash-strapped city for falling victim that kind of attitude appears commonplace, it costs a lot of money to prepare for something like this. And if it's never happened. It's only natural to say, well, this type of thing has never happened before. So I shall we spent a lot of money on it? At least twenty minutes apologies and Cleveland's airport were hit by similar malware attacks in recent months. Private companies are targeted all the time and ransoms do get paid providing hackers motivation to keep up attacks years ago. It was hospitals being attacked and most bolstered security, but it's harder for a city like Baltimore to spend a lot of money on what can feel like an abstract threat. Ruben says hopefully this latest cyber attack will change that it should be an early warning sign to a lot of other cities that they need to be up their security, and they need to be up there. I t. They need to get more modern computer systems use the cloud actually Merson has been under contract for two bedroom house for over a month now. She's frustrated that the real estate system didn't have a paper backup in place. The fact that you have a completely unsustainable computer system with no plan in place for something like this happens after watching it happen to countless other cities. It's frustrating and disappointing yesterday. Nearly two weeks after the attacks officials introduced a non digital work around for home buying involving lots of paper. Meanwhile as the cyberattack continues officials say they'll try to come up with paperwork.

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"avi rubin" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"avi rubin" Discussed on KCRW

"Digital K to all that data that data ranges from legislative bills to online payments for water and parking tickets. Even the city's lean system is frozen. Meaning no real estate sales can happen. Imagine if somebody would sneak into. Government building at night, low to a bunch of boxes with all the paperwork for all the pending permits, and all the pending house, closings, and all the pending business that the city was conducting put it all in a truck and drive away and demand, some money order to bring that truck back to give back all the papers, that's AVI Rubin. A Johns Hopkins. Professor in a cybersecurity expert, Baltimore, mayor Jackie on has said the city won't pay the ransom demand. Ruben says, there's no way any federal agency could replicate the key needed to unlock the data. I don't even think that the NSA would be able to break this and that means Baltimore will a centrally have to painstakingly rebuild its online systems, and as expected residents here are not happy about it. Many think the city should have been prepared for cyber attack especially after Atlanta was hit by Mauro last year and made national news local reports I it costly in a seventeen million dollars to recover from the attack. Baltimore was using older hardware and software, which are. More vulnerable, AVI. Rubin doesn't blame the Castro city for falling victim that kind of attitude appears commonplace, the cost a lot of money to prepare for something like this. And if it's never happened. It's only natural to say, well, this type of thing is never happened before. So I shall we spent a lot of money on it? At least twenty minutes apologies and Cleveland's airport were hit by similar malware attacks in recent months. Private companies are targeted all the time and ransoms. Do you get paid providing hackers motivation to keep up attacks years ago? It was hospitals being attacked and most bolstered security, but it's harder for a city like Baltimore to spend a lot of money on what can feel like an abstract threat. Ruben says hopefully this latest cyber attack will change that it should be an early warning sign to a lot of other cities that they need to be up their security, and they need to be up there. I t they need to get more modern computer systems use the cloud actually Merson has been. Under contract for two bedroom house for over a month now. She's frustrated that the real estate system didn't have a paper backup in place. The fact that you have completely unsustainable computer system with no plan in place for something like this happens after watching it happen to countless other cities. It's frustrating and disappointing yesterday nearly two weeks after the attacks officials introduced a non digital workaround for home buying involving lots of paper. Meanwhile as the cyberattack continues officials say they'll try to come up with paperwork arounds for other city services for NPR news. I'm Emily Sullivan..

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"avi rubin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"avi rubin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Meaning no real estate sales can happen. Imagine if somebody would sneak in. Into a government building at night, load of a bunch of boxes with all the paperwork for all the pending permits, and all the pending house, closings, and all the pending business that the city was conducting put it all in a truck and drive away and demand, some money in order to bring that truck back to give back all the papers. That's AVI Rubin, a Johns Hopkins. Professor in a cybersecurity expert, Baltimore, mayor Jackie young has said the city won't pay the ransom demand. Ruben says, there's no way any federal agency could replicate the key needed to unlock the data. I don't even think that the NSA would be able to break this and that means Baltimore will a centrally have to painstakingly rebuild its online systems, and as expected residents here are not happy about it. Many think the city should have been prepared for cyber attack especially after Lanta was hit by Mauro last year and made national news. Local reports cite it cost, Atlanta seventeen million dollars to recover from the attack. Baltimore was using older hardware and software. Which are more vulnerable, AVI. Rubin doesn't blame the cash-strapped city for falling victim that kind of attitude appears commonplace, it costs a lot of money to prepare for something like this. And if it's never happened. It's only natural to say, well, this type of thing has never happened before. So I shall we spent a lot of money on it? At least twenty minutes apologies and Cleveland's airport were hit by similar malware attacks in recent months. Private companies are targeted all the time and ransoms do get paid providing hackers motivation to keep up attacks years ago. It was hospitals being attacked and most bolstered security, but it's harder for a city like Baltimore to spend a lot of money on what can feel like an abstract threat. Ruben says hopefully this latest cyber attack will change that it should be an early warning sign to a lot of other cities that they need to be up their security, and they need to be up there. I t they need to get more modern computer systems. Use the cloud actually Mercer. Has been under contract for a two bedroom house for over a month now. She's frustrated that the real estate system didn't have a paper backup in place. The fact that you have a completely unsustainable computer system with no plan in place for something like this happens after watching it happen to countless other cities. It's frustrating and disappointing yesterday nearly two weeks after the attacks officials introduced a non digital workaround for buying involving lots of paper. Meanwhile as the cyberattack continues officials say they'll try to come up with paper, work arounds for.

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"avi rubin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"avi rubin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Meaning no real estate sales can happen. Imagine if somebody would sneak into government building. That night load of a bunch of boxes with all the paperwork for all the pending permits, and all the pending house, closings, and all the pending business that the city was conducting put it all in a truck and drive away and demand, some money order. Bring that truck back to give back all the papers. That's AVI Rubin. A Johns Hopkins. Professor in a cybersecurity expert, Baltimore, mayor Jackie young has said the city won't pay the ransom demand. Ruben says, there's no way any federal agency could replicate the key needed to unlock the data. I don't even think that the NSA would be able to break this and that means Baltimore will a centrally have to painstakingly rebuild its online systems, and as expected residents here are not happy about it. Many think the city should have been prepared for cyber attack especially after Lanta was hit by malware last year and made national news local reports cite, it costed leeann a seventeen million dollars to recover from the attack. Baltimore was using older hardware and software, which are more vulnera-. Terrible, avi. Rubin doesn't blame the Castro city for falling victim that kind of attitude appears commonplace, it costs a lot of money to prepare for something like this. And if it's never happened. It's only natural to say, well, this type of thing is never happened before. So I should we spent a lot of money on it. At least twenty minutes apologies and Cleveland's airport were hit by similar malware attacks in recent months. Private companies are targeted all the time and ransoms do get paid providing hackers motivation to keep up attacks years ago. It was hospitals being attacked and most bolstered security, but it's harder for a city like Baltimore to spend a lot of money on what can feel like an abstract threat. Ruben says hopefully this latest cyber attack will change that it should be an early warning sign to a lot of other cities that they need to be their security, and they need to be up there. I t they need to get more modern computer systems use the cloud actually Merson has been under contr. Tracked for a two bedroom house for over a month now. She's frustrated that the real estate system didn't have a paper backup in place. The fact that you have a completely unsustainable computer system with no plan in place for something like this happens after watching it happen to countless other cities. It's frustrating and disappointing yesterday. Nearly two weeks after the attacks officials introduced a non digital work around for home buying involving lots of paper. Meanwhile as the cyberattack continues officials say they'll try to come up with paperwork arounds for.

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"avi rubin" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"avi rubin" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Modern wit, the joy of intimacy bringing the wow into relationships, and keeping it there director of hubbub of Chesterfield rabbi, AVI Rubin. Fouled says far too. Many people. Have a misunderstanding about intimacy? He says philosopher counselor and author rabbi Manis Friedman will help attendees think about intimacy in whole new way of what you described which is pretty profound that intimacy is not anything most people think of it as it's not about the thing. It's not what you receive where you're gonna want to give it something which is so much deeper and so much more power mad. I friedman. Speaking around the world about intimacy because he believes there's an epidemic within marriages of people who say they may have otherwise good. Good marriages, but are lonely due to a lack of it messy or lack of connection or a bond Carol Daniel NewsRadio eleven twenty K O X set lecture is taking place at the Hilton Frontenac on Lindbergh from noon to two thirty you can register online at the website. The news at eight the J B bridges closed. Westbound drivers this morning. We'll have more from mode on where you should go. Instead, they cost to Kim gardeners. Legal bills going up mayor light accrue sin is concerned. Do you use CBD you might not be able to get it in Saint Charles county soon? If some council members get their way, it's seven fifty five totally AM on Kigomo ex. Well, I hope all the moms out there had a great mother's day yesterday. Maybe if you're getting together with family one of the conversations, you may have had is what's the next step for the loved one in your family with Alzheimer's or dementia? It is a conversation families have and it's a difficult decision. It's a difficult conversation. The folks at park prevents understand that. And that's why it's not just about the residents at park prevents. It's about the whole family stop by and take a tour park prevents because I think that you will understand the wonderful life your loved one..

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"avi rubin" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"avi rubin" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Pompeo cancels a planned trip to Moscow. The secretary of state now headed to Brussels to discuss threatening actions and statements made by Iranian happening today. Prosecutors in Sweden reopening a rape case against WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, they say they're still probable cause to suspect he committed a crime prosecutors also seeking extradition after he serves fifty weeks in prison for jumping bail an Amazon making an offer to employee's today. Quit your job, and we'll pay you to start a business delivering packages. Amazon says it will cover up to ten thousand dollars in startup costs and pay three months salary the whole purpose. It's trying to speed up shipping time from two days to one for its prime. Members Debbie, Brian the weather was an ideal. It was a bit chilly for main case you hadn't noticed but the cardinals ended up losing Sunday was still a record setter. Busch stadium. Team officials say forty eight thousand five hundred fifty five tickets were sold that makes it the largest announced crowd ever at Busch stadium. Three the stadium's first season was two thousand six Kim Alexis Carrel Daniel reports now on a quiz that some couples will be taking next weekend during a lecture among the questions, why get married, and what exactly is intimacy. It's part of the brunch and lecture called ancient wisdom in modern wit, the joy of intimacy director of hubbub of Chesterfield rabbi, AVI Rubin, failed says philosopher and at rabbi Manis Friedman will explain what intimacy is and what it isn't. It.

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"avi rubin" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"avi rubin" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The delaware river to that end look for the jeff connect telehealth program to expand to the south jersey along with a local hub for the kimmel cancer centre being set up in cherry hill david madden kyw news radio the death toll could tigers declined in puerto rico two weeks after hurricane maria devastated the island president and first lady visited us territory yesterday here's cbs's correspondent david begg not long after president trump left the island the governor puerto rico announced the death toll has risen from sixteen to thirty four the majority of deaths were told were due to flooding mudslides and flying debris were also told people died from heart attacks suicide and a lack of oxygen residents there continue to face long lines for food water and gas yahu now says all of its users were affected by the largest databreach in his barisal required yahoo earlier this year and determined that all three billion of yahoos yeah users were affected by the august 2013 data theft adam levin is a cybersecurity expert a nerve wracking number three billion is almost half the planet it's a problem it's a continuing problem but avi rubin a professor of computer science at johns hopkins says it's not an insurmountable problem guard adopting some better technology for example using to factor up in an occasion for people to log into their email account bill raikov cbs news traffic against him in a tijuana did his time the grand prize of one million dollars what color is no white house oh i know this is this i know this.

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"avi rubin" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"avi rubin" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The delaware river to that end look for the jeff connect telehealth program to expand to the south jersey along with a local hub for the kimmel cancer centre being set up in cherry hill david madden kyw radio the death toll continues to climb in puerto rico two weeks after a hurricane maria devastated that island at the president and first lady were in the us territory yesterday here's cbs news correspondent david back now in san why not long after president trump left the i love it governor puerto rico announced the death toll has risen from sixteen to thirty four the majority of deaths were told were due to flooding mudslides and flying debris we're also told people died from heart attacks suicide at a lack of oxygen residents there continue to face long lines for food water and gas there are towns were aid has yet to arrive yahu now says all of its users affected by the largest a breach in history horizon acquired yahoo earlier this year and determined that all three billion of yahoos users were affected by the august 2013 data theft animal evidence with cybersecurity expert nerve wracking number three billion is almost half the planet it's a problem it's a continuing problem but avi rubin a professor of computer science at johns hopkins says it's not an insurmountable problem guard adopting some better technology for example think to factor up an occasion for people to log into their email account bill rakoff cbs news traffic the fresh news that affects your pocketbook it gives in that incident information that people are going to be talking about that they might say and i never heard that before i didn't know that at 25 in fifty five after every hour i'm steve potus guy in the morning business anger on kyw a coming from the bloomberg news wrote prisoners breeze with a twist i mean if i can find a fun story that i can really make people think and make the maybe last on their way to and from work that means a lot to me to seven days a week on kyw newsradio it's america's most respected news program sixty minutes kurt every sunday night united seven on kyw.

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"avi rubin" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"avi rubin" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Visit the territory yesterday which was severely damaged during hurricane maria cbs news reporter self lemon has more from the white house the president did meet with the mayor of san juan who he chastised after she asked for more help last week nearly two weeks after maria hit 95 percent of the island remains without electricity and food and fresh water orange short supply in many areas in response the us has deployed twelve thousand federal aid workers in seventy percent of the island's gas stations are back up and running later the president met with sailors and marines assisting with disaster relief set lemon for cbs news the white house the president also met with kenneth map the governor of the us virgin islands those islands also sustained major damage during both her keane's maria and erma border authorities making a surprise discovery in a truck heading back to canada half the ambassador bridge the canada border services agency says eleven people were found hiding in the sleeper cab of a commercial truck carrying a load of fruit this happened back on september 21st a driver and his codriver both from quebec were arrested they've been charged and have since been released the eleven nationals were turned over to us border agents yahu now saying that all of its users were affected by the largest databreach in history yahu now says all three billion of its users were victimized in the august 2013 data theft avi rubin is a professor of computer science at johns hopkins there are technology today that can make the type of brief that we've had in the past much more difficult to happen and really protective against it but they need to start using those technology at cybersecurity expert adam levin says consumers need to be their own best defence people have to state how they have to stay in that game and they can't feel overwhelmed by this bill rakoff cbs news a jury in phoenix says acquitted former detroit piston marcus morris and his twin brother mark keefe in their aggravated assault trial the two were accused of helping three other people be thirty six year old eric could in january of fifteen outside of a high school basketball game in phoenix at that time the brothers played for the phoenix suns markets now plays for boston celtics them are kiefer's with washington wizards defense attorney james bellenger said enclosing the argun arguments the case was.

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"avi rubin" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"avi rubin" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"For firing into a concert crowd sunday night by interviewing his girlfriend who has returned from the philippines mary lou dan lee may have been the recipient of a large money transfer the paddock made in the days before the attack more on that continuing probe from correspondent steve futterman officials here now confirm steven paddock attach special devices to some of the weapons he used in sunday's attack there were twelve dumped fire stocks identified on the firearms in the hotel jill snyder is what the bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms the the devices allow the shooter to fire bullets more rapidly the gunmen purchased rifles shotguns and pistols so far a total of forty seven firearms have been found either in the hotel room or the two homes owned by paddock steve futterman cbs news los vegas president trump will be in las vegas later today to talk to the victims first respond here's and investigators about that attack president was in puerto rico yesterday talking to victims of hurricane maria what's happened in terms of recovery in terms of saving lives the rare that too thousands of people that died and other heard mr trump posed for pictures on through rolls of paper towels to the crowd mr trump was or has described the nuclear deal between the obama administration and iran is the worst agreement ever reached by the united states but yesterday in testimony before congress the president's defense secretary james mattis said he wouldn't necessarily withdraw from the pact without proof that iran is cheating if we can confirm that iran as libyan by the agreement if we can determine that this is in our best in chris then clearly we should stay with it in a speech to the un general assembly president trump signalled his intent to decertify fly that iran deal 2013 yahoo hackett was worse than what we learn for rising new owner of yahoo confessing yesterday the hack attack actually supposed about three times the previously announced number of users use information was compromised about three billion people johns hopkins computer science expert avi rubin if they ever held out of farm and they put a credit card number on it and they candid an email to to someone that would be there as well anything that people do over email would be compromised in up recycler looking for another reason to go on a diet not 40 percent of all cancers diagnosed in 2014 were.

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"avi rubin" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"avi rubin" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Four our level one trauma centres here grady's trauma director says training is the key no no the earth truly prepared you know we we we plan and we plan uh but to be prepared for something like that is in ever know until its tested dr mark shapiro tells channel 2 action news the ability to become overwhelmed very quickly is something i think about and i'm sure that went through their minds as well grady has two trauma surgeons onduty twenty four seven three hundred sixty five days a year breaking news first two first this is wsb 24hour continuing news on the heels of the akwa facts breach yahu announce zoos more victims from a hack of its systems horizon acquired yahoo earlier this year and determined that all three billion of yahoos users were affected by the august 2013 data theft adam levin is a cybersecurity expert nerve wracking number three billion is almost half the planet it's a problem it's a continuing problem but avi rubin a professor of computer science at johns hopkins says it's not an insurmountable problem guard adopting some better technology for example using to factor up an occasion for people to log into their email account bill rakoff cbs news latest espn nfl power rankings around in the only undefeated team in the league is now number line that being the kansas city chiefs green bay packers ascended number two the falcons follow me their first loss of the year dropped to third broncos and steelers round out the top five atlanta is off until october 15th win the miami dolphins come to mercedes benz stadium at the bands tuesday night minnesota united handed lanny get i did it first home loss ever final score was three two two next up a week from sunday atlanta travels to the big apple to take on the new york red bull's american wheat wildcard game in new york yankees over the twins eight to four the nationally wildcard game is wednestey died colorado in phoenix to play.

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"avi rubin" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"avi rubin" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Family heating cooling electrical weather center dave bowers on was going to be mostly cloudy mild tonight even a spotty shower before daybreak low about sixty six senate bore tomorrow rather warm became a day despite a lotta clouds couple of showers even a thunderstorm in spots i about seventy six behind the front triggering this skies clear tomorrow evening little cooler low about fifty two but it's another warm day thursday partly sunny and 75 degrees a periods of rain on friday will hold temperatures to more seasonable 60s going into the weekend it looks three cloudy and breezy saturday still a shower too with a high seventy three this is accu weather i'm meteorologist dave bowers on wjr news radio nine fifty and the current condition's at two detroit city airport this hour we're looking at two partly sunny skies and 80 degrees it's eightyfive in canton 82 in roseville livonia is it eighty two degrees and partly cloudy a summary eighty four degrees at detroit metro airport now on newsradio nine fifty preval good evening i'm greg norman here's what's happening at five fifty one and investigation underway after eleven foreign nationals were found hiding behind the curtain in the sleeper area of a truck crossing into the us via the ambassador bridge both the driver and front passenger from quebec have been charged more bad news for yahoo users the 2013 databreach which the company had initially said affected 1 billion accounts actually affected all three billion active at that time if they ever held out of form and they put a credit card number on it and they scanned it an email to to someone that would be there as well anything bad people do over email would be compromised in a breach like bats avi rubin professor of computer science at johns hopkins cbs news we'll have more at six o'clock w wjr news time five fifty two jeff gilbert car chronicle.

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