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Government Agencies Are Under Siege From Phishing Attacks. Could Your Company...

What does the U.S. Department of Defense have in common with local town councils spread out all over the United Kingdom? On any given day,...

How Can 73 Percent of Companies Not Be Prepared for Hackers?

A new report reveals a stunning level of apathy about cybersecurity among businesses in five nations under continuous attack by hackers. Chicago-based insurance company Hiscox commissioned a survey of more than 4,100...

HaveIBeenPwned Added 80 Million Stolen Records. Is Yours One of Them?

The data breach archive site HaveIBeenPwned.com just added records from 2,844 data breaches, providing users with one of the most up-to-date resources to check...

Steganographic Hacking – How it Works

There’s a hacking method out there you may not be aware of which can best be explained with the following two seemingly identical images: One...

How to Fix Your Credit After Identity Theft

Identity theft and credit card fraud are on the rise. Advisory firm Javelin Strategy & Research reported a 16 percent increase in the “identity fraud incidence...

ID Fraud Hits All Time High: What You Can Do to...

Not to name names (cough, cough, Equifax), but it seems a particular data breach involving the sensitive information of 145.5 million people may have...

Blackout: Critical Infrastructure Attacks Will Soar in 2018

There was a stunning cyberattack on a critical Middle Eastern infrastructure site recently and it hasn't gotten the public scrutiny it deserves. Triton (A.K.A. Trisis), a new strain...

Fitbit Reveals Troop Locations in Global Hotspots

In this episode of “Stupid Things Organizations Do with Connected Devices,” we take a look at the U.S. Defense Department, which gave 2,500 Fitbit...

How Flawed Intel Chips Could Ignite Next-Gen Hacking

Just when you thought it was impossible to use a connected device without getting hacked, 2018 arrives with the discovery of an entirely new class of network vulnerability built...

This Blackmail Scam Brought to You by [Name of Data Breach]

Dave Eargle doesn’t have to imagine what it would be like to get an extortion letter in the mail, because he got one. “I...

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