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Update Your Web Browser for Cyber Security

Cyber security is becoming more critical than ever before. We use our web browsers not only to access personal items like social media and news, but for applications that are critical to accomplishing our daily tasks, like SmartHub.

We want to ensure that SmartHub is as secure as possible for you. This means that NISC’s SmartHub solution requires the latest version of your preferred web browser, such as Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or Apple’s Safari. Starting in November 2016, you’ll no longer be able to access SmartHub if your browser is out of date. Visit your browsers website for the latest and greatest edition.

Pokémon Go at Substations? Players Beware!

Please be careful catching Pokémon around high voltage equipment. For those playing the Pokémon Go game, the new smartphone-based augmented reality game in which players try to catch Pokémon in real world places. Climbing a utility pole or a fence surrounding a substation is very dangerous. Serious injury, or worse, is a likely result. Poles, substations and transformers are for processing electricity and produce high voltages that are dangerous. Another capture is not worth the risk of serious injury.

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