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Opportunity to learn about ransomware threat

Computer instructor Daniel Hubing will be hosting a symposium on ransomware with Sturgeon Bay Police Officer Chad Mielke in late November. The symposium starts at 6 PM on November 26th at the ADRC building. Hubing teaches a class at the ADRC on computer usage and says security has become a priority. Hubing explains how ransomware differs from traditional viruses.

 


Ransomware looks to hold business computers hostage rather than an individual's laptop or desktop. RSVPs are suggested by email at hubingdan@yahoo.com

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