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City of Hoover shines light on benefits of federal cybercrime training center

In the City of Hoover, Ala., Birmingham's largest suburb, you'll expectantly find the nation's premiere hi-tech crime training facility, which is proving itself to...
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Steve Marshall announces Alabama cybercrime lab

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall on Wednesday announced the formation of a new cybercrime Lab located in the Attorney General’s office to assist law enforcement...
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Martha Roby: The Alabama Fusion Center is working to protect our students and...

It’s hard to believe that the summer months are behind us and we will soon be welcoming Fall and cooler temperatures. Students...

Steve Marshall: The high price of protecting the public

Barely three weeks into the New Year – a time that is supposed to be full of optimism for the future – Alabama has...
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Alabama creates training program to fight cyber bullying

The Alabama Department of Education and the Alabama Attorney General's office have joined together to fight cyber bullying and other concerns in the cyber world. While...
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Get to know: Richard Minor, candidate for the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals

Three seats on the five-seat court of Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals are up for election this year. Today’s candidate spotlight features St. Clair County...
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No Alabama city makes list of America’s top 100 safest

With fears of falling victim to cybercrime and mass shootings topping the list of crime worries among Americans, according to the most recent Gallup...
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Documents detail Michael Flynn payments from Russian interests

Former national security adviser Michael Flynn was paid more than $67,000 by Russian companies before the presidential election, according to documents released by a...

Blake Dowling: Consumers can avoid feeling the ‘email Bern’ by hackers

Debbie Wasserman Schultz got to “Feel the Bern” in the form of a hostile crowd of Florida delegates at the Democratic National Committee. Why were...
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