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Hacks against U.S. utilities easy to prevent, expert says

A successful hack of critical U.S. industries by Russian agents was largely preventable, a cybersecurity expert at Ohio State said. A Russian-sponsored hacking campaign aimed at U.S. business fields including manufacturers and energy producers was revealed in a joint statement by the FBI and Department ...

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Instagram Contest identifies campus network gaps

A winner was chosen this month in the Office of the Chief Information Officer’s Instagram contest that tried to identify where students experienced gaps in Ohio State’s wireless network. Students were encouraged to take pictures of spots on campus where they were having trouble with ...

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Carmen outage data loss still unknown

The Office of the Chief Information Officer does not know yet how much information will be lost from the Carmen outage, according to a release Thursday from Executive Vice President and Provost Joseph Steinmetz to members of the Ohio State community. According to the OCIO ...

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Carmen restoration about halfway complete

Carmen is roughly half of the way back to being operational. Its restoration was 52 percent complete as of 4 p.m. Tuesday, according to a release from the Office of the Chief Information Officer. Carmen went down early Sunday morning after a routine maintenance task ...

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