Hawaiian Telcom hosts cybersecurity event

October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and Hawaiian Telcom is presenting a free educational event for local businesses titled “Cybersecurity Trends You Need to Know.” The world of cybersecurity can change in a nanosecond. The October 7 event will review what local experts are seeing and what businesses need to know to protect themselves. “Our team […]
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Hawaii tech fund Earthshot Ventures launched

The first climate technology fund raised from Hawaii launched today with its first $60 million close.
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AlohaSafe COVID notification app hits milestone

Over 600 people have uploaded their code to anonymously report their COVID-19 infection and inform others in the community of their risk.
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Cybersecurity training provided to Native Hawaiian students

Eight students of Native Hawaiian ancestry experienced hands-on learning of offensive and defensive information security tactics.
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Meadow Gold sued for misrepresenting its milk as locally produced

Meadow gold and two mainland dairies are being sued in federal court for falsely advertising mainland milk as locally produced.
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Wedding photographers ordered to cease illegal operations

Kaua‘i Professional Association Says Renegades Are Impacting Business There’s no argument the photos are stunning, with brides and grooms perched
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Ancient Hawaiian petroglyphs damaged

Officers are asking for help to try and identify the person or persons who damaged this important cultural site.
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Immigrants boost Hawaii economy by $17 billion

Hawaii’s foreign-born residents make up about 20 percent of our population and are not only essential workers, they are our relatives, our co-workers, and our friends.
Source: Hawaii Star.