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| |Working From A Hotel? Beware The Dangers Of Public Wi‑Fi As more and more hotels are turning rooms into offices, the FBI is warning remote workers of cyber-threats lurking in the shadows
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| |Promising Infusions Of Cash, Fake Investor John Bernard Walked Away With $30M September featured two stories on a phony tech investor named John Bernard, a pseudonym used by a convicted thief named John Clifton Davies whos fleeced dozens of technology companies out of an estimated $30 million with the promise of...
| |US Gov’t Warns Against Paying Off Ransomware Attackers Companies facilitating ransomware payments run the risk of facing stern penalties for violating US regulations
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| |Had Your Face Stolen Lately? It’s easy to reset your password or PIN after a data breach. But reset your face? Not so much.
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| |5 Steps To Secure Your Connected Devices As we steadily adopt smart devices into our lives, we shouldn’t forget about keeping them secured and our data protected
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| |Attacks Aimed At Disrupting The Trickbot Botnet Over the past 10 days, someone has been launching a series of coordinated attacks designed to disrupt Trickbot, an enormous collection of more than two million malware-infected Windows PCs that are constantly being harvested for financial...
| |Cyber Security Awareness Month Is Here! A month teaching us that when everyone pitches in and does their part, then almost everyone is protected
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| |Ransomware Victims That Pay Up Could Incur Steep Fines From Uncle Sam Companies victimized by ransomware and firms that facilitate negotiations with ransomware extortionists could face steep fines from the U.S. federal government if the crooks who profit from the attack are already under economic sanctions,...
| |LATAM Financial Cybercrime: Competitors‑in‑crime Sharing TTPs ESET researchers discover surprisingly many indicators of close cooperation among Latin American banking trojans’ authors
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| |Microsoft 365 Services Back Online After Hours‑long Outage Microsoft resolves a service disruption that affected Office 365, Outlook.com, Teams and other cloud-based services
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