Crypto-Jacking: Using 9-1-1 Center Computers for Profit

Most of us have heard the term ‘crypto mining’. Cryptojacking is simply using the computer power and electricity of another person or company (in this case a 9-1-1 center or PSAP) without their knowledge to ‘mine coins’. Simple Explanation Cryptocurrency is, by design, decentralized. Transactions, which are encrypted, are added to a “block’, the block […]

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Security and IP Networks – John Mcafee

John Mcafee Perspective As we discuss the need to provide secure IP networks in the world of Public Safety , this article by John Mcafee, the creator of the first commercial antivirus program and no stranger to controversy, is out there. John has led a wild life full of tabloid material. This post, totally correct or not, […]

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Transitioning to a Broadband State of Mind

    More bandwidth!  When using a computer, FAST is a great feeling. I’ve met probably a half a dozen individuals who have transitioned away from traditional analog phone lines (CAMA Trunks) in their 911 Call Centers (Public Safety Answering Point- PSAP) and proudly speak about how much bandwidth they  now have with the new IP […]

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ESInet as a Service (EaaS)

There is a desire by numerous groups and agencies (NENA, APCO, FCC, DHS, DOT to name a few) that, as a nation, we transition as  quickly as possible to NextGen 9-1-1 technologies. FCC Recently, my team and I spent the day here in Palm Beach County with Alan Benway, Executive Director of Product Management for […]

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