FREE ADHD Test App for K-12 Schools from BrainTrain

Richmond, VA, Oct 8, 2020 — During October which is ADHD Awareness Month, BrainTrain will provide to all K-12 school professionals our ADHD screening test, the IVA-QS, for FREE. School psychologists, principals, counselors and special educators simply have to request BrainTrain’s Premium version of the IVA-QS before Oct. 31st. This ADHD screening test takes only 10 minutes to administer and provides detailed reports and analyses for school professionals to review. An unlimited number of students can be screened for free during the three month license provided. The test can be administered remotely in the home setting or in school using either a Windows PC, iPad or web browser. The IVA-QS requires that it be interpreted and administered under the supervision of a qualified school professional. The IVA-QS test administration, scoring and comprehensive report system is fully computerized which makes it easy to learn and use. Free trials are available for evaluation without any commitment required and there is nothing to return. BrainTrain is making it possible for schools during ADHD Awareness Month to help them identify the over one million students with attention deficits who never received the help that they need to succeed. The research has clearly demonstrated that […]

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Credence Security Partners with ZeroFOX to Protect Organizations’ Digital Estates

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, September 28, 2020 — As organizations across the region pivot to digital engagement models, social media has become the primary channel for organizations to interact with their customers. Recognizing the need for organizations to assess and address the risks posed by these platforms, Credence Security, a leading regional distributor of specialized solutions in cybersecurity, forensics, governance, risk and compliance, today announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with ZeroFOX, the leading provider of digital risk protection services. In the first four months of 2020, ZeroFOX observed a 60% increase in fraud and scams, a 68% increase in malicious domain takedowns, and 145% increase in credential theft. “As organizations continue to build their social presence, they must realize that it offers cybercriminals a new attack vector; bad actors are using social platforms to impersonate organizations and/or executives, phish employees, steal data and siphon revenues, ultimately resulting in an erosion of brand loyalty and trust,” commented Gabe Goldhirsh, Vice President, MEA/APAC Sales, ZeroFOX. “An effective protection approach necessitates continuous monitoring of the vast attack surface, in cooperation with the public platform providers and hosts, to rapidly identify fraudulent activity and immediately stop and remove the threat before […]

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