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Photos: viNGN Discusses Cyber-Bullying Prevention at All Saints PTSA Meeting


viNGN was the guest of honor at the Tuesday, March 14, 2017 PTSA meeting of the All Saints Cathedral School on the topic “Protecting our Kids from Cyber Bullying”.

viNGN Participates in 3rd Annual OmniSystems Technology Expo


The Virgin Islands Next Generation Network, Inc. (viNGN) was among the sponsors and participants the 3rd annual Information Technology Expo hosted by OmniSystems, Inc. on Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb. 7-8, 2017 at Marriott Frenchman’s Reef Beach Resort. This year’s events focused on Cloud Computing as the foundation for SaaS (Software as a Service), document management, … Continue reading

How-To Geek’s complete guide to family tech support


Whether it is the holiday season or any time of year, tech pros are asked by friends and family for help. How-To Geek offers its survival guide to providing tech support and we especially like the tip on protecting against viruses and malware! Suggest that loved ones get tech and safety savvy by taking a free Online Safety courses … Continue reading

viNGN presents on Child Internet Safety at Yvonne Bowsky School PTA Meeting


viNGN was invited to speak about protecting children on the Internet at the Yvonne Bowsky Elementary School PTA meeting on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016. The presentation focused on the creation of “Threat Models” as proposed by digital privacy advocates Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), and utilizing the short film “6 Degrees of Information” by NetSmartz/National Center for Missing … Continue reading

viNGN shares digital privacy tips with parents of Wesley Methodist School students


The Virgin Islands Next Generation Network (viNGN) shared Digital Privacy and Internet Safety tips with parents of students of the Wesley Methodist Church School/Public Computer Center in Anna’s Retreat, St. Thomas on Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016.  The theme was “Invest to Protect” – demonstrating how with a little time and a handful of common-sense approaches, parents … Continue reading

Tech Republic: Prevalence of disruptive DDoS attacks signifies need for higher IoT standards


(TechRepublic.com) – In the article “Dyn DDoS attack: 5 takeaways on what we know and why it matters” contributor Conner Forest provides insight into the various elements at work behind the October 2016 cyber-attack that took several prominent web-based service providers offline. Smart devices such as cameras and DVRs – part of the Internet of Things … Continue reading

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