Cyber Safety; Statehouse Update; Graphic Novel Focuses On 1970 Shootings At Kent State

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Baggage and flight information screens are back online at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport after ransomware took them dark for nearly a week. The FBI is investigating the airport hacking. Agents are also investigating the theft of 1.75 million from a Bruswick church, tricked into depositing money via a fraudulent e-mail. Cyber attacks have serious consequences.  We'll talk to a cyber-security expert from the University of Akron cyber attacks and how we can be better prepared. Later,  we'll hear from local author and artist John "Derf" Backderf on his latest project, a graphic novel about the 1970 Kent State shootings. 

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John Nicholas, Ph.D., Professor, Computer Information Systems, Program Director for the Cyber Security Degree Track, University of Akron  
Karen Kasler, Statehouse News Bureau Chief, Ohio Public Radio/TV  
John “Derf” Backderf, Author, Graphic Artist
David C. Barnett, Reporter/Producer, Ideastream Arts & Culture

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