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Watch: Nationwide Series GarageCam, 12:10 p.m. ET

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first_imgWATCH: Throwback: Dale Jr. wins, Sept. 2011 MORE: READ: Dover’s Top 10 Monstrous moments Live from Dover, Nationwide Series GarageCam, 12:10 p.m. ET, Sept. 27center_img WATCH: Preview Show for Dover’s AAA 400 READ: Paint Scheme Preview; see Kenseth’s wraplast_img

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Hurricane Isaac

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first_imgForecasters initially projected rains from Hurricane Isaac could erase or at least put a large dent in Georgia’s drought, but the state has seen little relief. “We thought that it would park over Georgia, and we would get a few days of rain, which could have wiped out the drought,” said Pam Knox, an agricultural climatologist with UGA Cooperative Extension. “Instead it moved further to the west than we thought. They’re getting way more than they need, and we really haven’t gotten very much.” While regular afternoon showers have picked up in some parts of the Georgia, about one-half of the state is still experiencing some level of drought. The hardest hit area is a wide swath across middle Georgia, Knox said. Some bands of rain did cut across parts of the state this week providing spotty relief, but not enough to do much more than moisten the soil. Streams, creeks and rivers are still extremely low, she said. “Every bit of rain we get is good, but it wasn’t enough to really change the drought situation … Some areas probably got a little drought relief, but it was spotty,” Knox said. “In the summer we really need about an inch a week to keep up with evaporation, and even with the storm some areas haven’t gotten that.” While the slow moving storm wreaks havoc on Louisiana and Mississippi, there’s a small chance that Georgia could see more precipitation related to systems as it pushes waves of moist air northward. Cloud cover generated by this moisture should keep temperatures cooler than normal for the next few days. As the bulk of the storm moves north, it will likely bring substantial drought relief to Midwestern states like Indiana and Illinois. But even then there’s a chance the storm could dump too much rain at one time, further damaging grain crops.last_img read more

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Financial gain trumps espionage as top motivator in cyber attacks: Report

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first_imgThe report found that 86 percent of breaches were for money, not for purposes of spying. Credential theft, phishing and compromising business emails caused 67 percent of the cyber attacks. As more businesses moved to web-based solutions, so did hackers. According to the report, breaches on web and cloud applications rose to 43 percent, double the previous year. Companies like Facebook Inc and Salesforce have extended working remotely to at least the rest of the year, with more businesses expected to follow suit. Verizon Business Group CEO Tami Erwin said the “digital transformation” to the work-from-home model during the coronavirus pandemic has presented a number of security red flags. “A lot of people ended up sending workers to work from home without really thinking through what were some of the security elements in the future,” Erwin told Reuters. “I think employees working from home are probably more vulnerable to attacks.” Erwin said businesses can protect themselves from cyber attacks by keeping employees educated on phishing and other fraudulent tactics to access sensitive information.Topics : Money trumped spying as the top motivator for data breaches last year, according to Verizon’s annual report on cyber crimes published on Tuesday. About nine out of 10 breaches were financially motivated, based on an examination of more than 32,000 incidents and nearly 4,000 confirmed break-ins in 81 countries, the report said. Verizon Business 2020 Data Breach Investigations Report found that confirmed data breaches doubled from the prior year. As the coronavirus pandemic has forced people indoors, cyber attacks on businesses are expected to climb. last_img read more

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