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Centre for Arts & Technolgies Network Security Students Discuss Stronger Password Creation

OK. Hands up how many of you have a password that combines your cat’s name with your birthday. Just me then? Somehow I don’t think so. We know it’s wrong, but it’s easy, and anyway, what are the chances of something bad actually happening, right? Think again. According to the 2017 Norton Cyber Security Insights …

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Centre for Arts & Technology Interior Design Students Attend DesignEX Okanagan

On July 16th, the 2018 DesignEX Okanagan brought together manufacturers, suppliers, interior designers, architects and others from the building industry for a trade show and education day, and Centre for Arts & Technologies Interior Design students were there to take it all in. Presented by IDIBC (Interior Designers Institute of British Columbia) and IDC (Interior …

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Center for arts and Technology instructor Natasha Howes tells us her Cannes film festival experience

Natasha Howes relays fun times At Cannes Film festival with Deborah Lampitt-McConnachie. There are worse places than Cannes for a business trip; and (if like CAT instructor Natahsa Howes) you have a film to shop, it’s the ONLY place to be. iF: Was this your first time at Cannes? NH: This was my 4th time …

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Life in Network Security course at Center for Arts and Technology

Deborah Lampitt-McConachie interviews Alumni Adam Marton Beke, as they discus Life at CAT, Network Administrative Security, and what he’s up too now in his field of work. When did you graduate from CAT’s Network Administrative Security program? I started NAS January 2nd, 2018, and I graduated NAS 12 months later in December 2018. What was your …

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Lights. Camera. Action – Digital Filmmaking Students Talk Short Narratives & Music Videos

This term, the Digital Filmmaking students are super busy, doing what they do best – filming. Digital Filmmaking students are currently busy working on two major projects. The first is a short Narrative Film project entitled ‘Up or Down’. “It’s a drama about a guy who is on his way to a job interview and …

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Viva Las Vegas – Electronic Music Production Instructor Taylin Simmonds Talks Branding & EDC

Words and Photos by Taylin Simmonds Electric Daisy Carnival (or EDC) is an annual electronic dance music festival, with its flagship event held annually in Las Vegas, Nevada. Last year Centre for Arts & Technology sent Lead Electronic Music Production Instructor Taylin Simmonds down to cover the festival and bring his insights back to students. …

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New Faces – Centre for Arts & Technology Welcomes Veterinary Hospital Assistants Instructors

This semester we said hello to a number of new Veterinary Hospital Assistant instructors Dr. Heather Gordon, Shannon Borynsky, Michelle Barker, Melissa Brayley, Michelle Heil, and Lisa Richter. Get to know them in today’s blog post! 1. What was your first professional ‘animal-related’ job and what was the most important thing you learned from it? …

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Old School, New School: Network Security Instructor Fred Brown Talks About How Times Have Changed

How times change. Network Security Specialist instructor Fred Brown has been in the computer business for 50 years, and can remember when one single machine could take up an entire room. Q. How did you originally get interested in computers? A. It was mostly by accident. The high school I was attending was offered a …

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