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Wildfire Support | Wrapping Up Cybersecurity Awareness Month

High winds and dry conditions enabled wildfires to spread further around California this week. As the brave firefighters and first responders continue working around the clock to contain them, see how tech is helping authorities track the blazes, stay connected to their teams, and save lives.

Many companies highlighted their leadership in promoting online security throughout the month of October, which was Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Take a look at how some of them are working to protect their customers in a world where security threats are constantly evolving.

What we're reading

Here for Our California Customers | AT&T

Verizon Response: Unlimited Call/Text/Data for Californians Impacted by Wildfires | Verizon

Live Kincade Fire Mapping | Google

How Microgrids Can Reduce Planned Blackouts | San Francisco Chronicle

Comcast Opens 7,000 WiFi Hotspots to Aid Kincade Fire-Impacted Residents and Emergency Personnel | Comcast

What is an Offensive Security Team? | Okta

Improve Security with a Zero Trust Access Model | Microsoft

What we're watching

How a Strong Cybersecurity Posture Enables GM’s Future | General Motors

What we're saying

TechNet Statement on Dynamex Ballot Initiative in California

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