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March 7, 2020
CASPER, Wyo. – Casper Police Department reiterates stance from U.S. Secret Service warning residents about scammers taking advantage of the worldwide coronavirus pandemic. “Criminals are opportunists, and as seen before, any major news event becomes an opportunity for groups or individuals with malicious intent,” the US Secret Service said in a statement distributed by Casper...
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The UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) said on Wednesday that it’s fined Cathay Pacific Airways £500,000 (USD $647,015, €576,992) for failing to secure passengers’ personal details, leading to malware being installed on its server that harvested millions of people’s names, passport and identity details, dates of birth, postal and email addresses, phone numbers and historical...
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A cybersecurity company in China says it believes evidence shows the CIA has hacked government officials, scientists and industry targets in China for several years. The company, Qihoo 360, published a report online alleging a “CIA hacking group” known as APT-C-39 has been targeting Chinese internet users for 11 years, claiming the group has targeted researchers...
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While her friends are sunning in Boca or playing canasta at the JCC, ­Olive Freud prefers to take down billion-dollar developers. Freud — a 90-year-old retired math teacher — spearheaded recent community efforts to shave multiple stories off a nearly completed Upper West Side condo building. Last month, a State Supreme Court judge decided to...
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Stroll around the picturesque spa town of Malvern and you are likely to bump into a technology entrepreneur trying to find ways to make the internet a safer place. “Walking in the hills, going to school — everybody you meet seems to work in cyber-security,” said Emma Philpott, chief executive of Iasme Consortium, which issues...
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One day, just after I had dropped my son off at school, I was sent a horrific video on WhatsApp. It made me question how images and videos of child sex abuse come to be made, and how they can be openly circulated on social media. And I wanted one answer above all – what...
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Super Tuesday goes off (mostly) without a hitch. Super Tuesday in the US proceeded without any evidence of hacking or significant disinformation, according to the Washington Post. A senior official at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) told the press that US law enforcement and intelligence agencies didn’t see any noteworthy malicious activity, ABC...
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A valued benefit of AMA membership is unlimited digital access to the trusted and essential research found in the pages of JAMA and the JAMA Network™ of 12 related journals—plus a wealth of educational material that can be used to earn continuing medical education credits and contribute to professional growth. But you probably already knew...
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The federal agency in charge of issuing .gov domain names is enacting new requirements for validating the identity of people requesting them. The additional measures come less than four months after KrebsOnSecurity published research suggesting it was relatively easy for just about anyone to get their very own .gov domain. In November’s piece It’s Way...
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Meet Todd Todd is a short-haired kitten who is currently still living in his home. His owner says he is not a fan of children and thinks he needs more space than what their apartment can offer. He is friendly and playful kitten and is spayed and up-to-date on his vaccinations. Contact the shelter and...
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In-person classes at Stanford University will be canceled beginning March 9th, as a faculty member has tested positive for coronavirus, and two students have self-isolated after “possible exposure.” Neither student has tested positive for the virus yet, according to a statement from the university, but Stanford provost Persis Drell said late Friday that the university...
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by DH Kass • Mar 7, 2020 The bi-partisan Cyberspace Solarium Commission, comprised of Congressional members, former government officials and private sector executives tasked with forming a strategy to defend the nation against cyber attacks, has previewed its initial set of recommendations ahead of a March 11 public reveal. Officials said the report will include...
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For many businesses, figuring out when to adopt a new technology can seem more like guesswork than calculation. This is especially true for the small- to medium-sized business (SMB), where such decisions can be time-consuming and a strain on the budget.  While many think of MDMs as being a way to control smartphones and tablets,...
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The federal agency in charge of issuing .gov domain names is enacting new requirements for validating the identity of people requesting them. The additional measures come less than four months after KrebsOnSecurity published research suggesting it was relatively easy for just about anyone to get their very own .gov domain. In November’s piece It’s Way...
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Apple @ Work is brought to you by Jamf, the standard for Apple in the enterprise. Learn more at Jamf.com/9to5mac. As we continue our cloud-first series for Apple-focused organizations, I’m going to look at four key areas that should be in the cloud going forward. The topics this week are web hosting, email, web filtering, and...
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Years after it was first identified as a possibility, researchers have found it’s still child’s play to hijack subdomains from companies such as Microsoft to use in phishing and malware attacks. Researchers at Vullnerability.com were able to grab more than 670 subdomains that had previously been used by Microsoft but subsequently forgotten about, including: identityhelp.microsoft.com...
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Photo: Andy Rusch/Flickr  Gramercy is one of Manhattan’s smallest neighborhoods, but it’s also one of the most beautiful. You’ll find a nice selection of tasty eateries and independent shops in the area, as well as quite a few class New York City photo ops. City Guide will prepare you for your exploration of the area with...
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Thanks to Def Con 27 Volunteers, Videographers and Presenters for publishing their superlative conference videos via their YouTube Channel for all to see, enjoy and learn. Permalink The post DEF CON 27, Packet Hacking Village – Tom Kopchak’s ‘Lessons Learned Running A Pentesting Competition’ appeared first on Security Boulevard. Source link
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POLICE across the North-East are warning people about fraudsters who are trying to exploit the spread of the coronavirus to commit cyber crime. The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau issued an urgent warning over scams after 21 reports of fraud where Coronavirus was mentioned, with victim losses totalling over £800k. Ten of these reports were made...
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This year’s RSA Security Conference was a rousing success, even with the onslaught on Covid-19. During our time at the show there were a number of interesting cyber security trends that we observed and wanted to share. As you continue to plan for 2020 and consider your overall security strategies, you may want to consider...
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