News of Note—Lumos Networks, CenturyLink, cybersecurity and more

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Lumos Networks signed a multiyear agreement to provide advanced fiber connectivity to the Roanoke Blacksburg Regional Airport. (CC BY 2.0/NS Newsflash)

Here are some other news stories we're following today:

> Lumos Networks signed a multiyear agreement to provide advanced fiber connectivity to the Roanoke Blacksburg Regional Airport. Release

> Senior executives and their support staff are among the top targets of hackers. CIO article

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> Milan, Italy-based provider Enter has introduced an SD-WAN service on its national and international Ethernet infrastructure. Release

> IR, a provider of communications experience management solutions for UC and contact centers, is now participating in the CenturyLink Marketplace Provider Program. Release

> A total of 50 senators have endorsed a measure to block the Federal Communications Commission's efforts to roll back net neutrality regulations. The Washington Post article

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