Protect Yourself and Others from COVID-19 Staying physically active is one of the best ways to keep your mind and body healthy. In many areas, people can visit parks, trails, and open spaces as a way to relieve stress, get some fresh air and vitamin D, stay active, and safely connect with others.
Powering Smart and Connected Communities
We are empowering medical providers to serve patients wherever they are during this national public health emergency. We are especially concerned about reaching those most at risk, including older persons and persons with disabilities. – Roger Severino, OCR Director.
This project is part of the Trustworthy Networks of Things project at NIST. This repository publishes a user interface, certificates and scripts to test out DPP with device iD support. Important: This is a proposed extension to wifi-easyconnect (AKA DPP) but it is not part of the standard.
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This blog outlines the reasons I’m hopeful, even optimistic, as well as 3 things entrepreneurs should be focused on *right now.* First, let me acknowledge the difficulty and pain so many are facing during this pandemic.
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IEEE 802.11ax, marketed as Wi-Fi 6 by Wi-Fi Alliance, is a current generation Wi-Fi specification standard, and the successor to Wi-Fi 5. The 802.11ax standard is designed to operate in all ISM bands between 1 and 6 GHz when they become available for 802.11 use.
Austin, Texas and Washington D.C. – April 1, 2020 – Wi-Fi Alliance ® commends FCC Chairman Pai on the momentous decision to sustain America’s technological leadership, maximize public benefit of the 6 GHz spectrum resource, and unleash the power of ubiquitous Wi-Fi ® connectivity by moving ahead with the 6 GHz order.
While COVID-19 mitigation efforts justifiably focus on humanitarian concerns, businesses in the financial and insurance industries may not be aware of the associated cyber-risk implications of dealing with the COVID-19. There is bad news and good news from a cyber risk perspective.
The $2 trillion CARES Act signed into law by President Trump on Friday aims to address the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic on a range of fronts and includes at least $300 million in funding for telecom programs. Specifically, the law includes $100 million for the USDA ReConnect program and $200 million for a one-time telehealth program to be administered by the FCC.