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#school | #ransomware | Ransomware Attacks And Prevention | WSHU


Hackers have used viruses to infect and hold municipal and institutional computer systems hostage. It’s happened to school districts in Connecticut and on Long Island. We’ll discuss how cybersecurity experts will prepare for future ransomware attacks, while others try to pay the hackers’ price, with guests:

  • Robert Dillon, Ed.D., district superintendent, Nassau BOCES
  • Phil Boyle, New York state senator, R-Bay Shore
  • Harvey Kushner, Ph.D., chair, Department of Criminal Justice and Cybersecurity, and director, Homeland Security and Terrorism Institute, Long Island University 
  • Fred Scholl, Ph.D., cybersecurity program director and associate teaching professor of cybersecurity, Quinnipiac University
  • Arthur House, former chief cybersecurity risk officer, State of Connecticut



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