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THE global economy has come to a virtual standstill due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, this has not deterred cyber-criminals and fake news peddlers from trying to take advantage of peoples’ vulnerabilities to launch malicious cyberattacks or create fear and unrest by disseminating… Source link
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Our Chicago Police Department’s 9th District shares the following advice from the FBI on protecting oneself from online scams and hacking related to the coronavirus. CYBER ACTORS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC TO EXPLOIT INCREASED USE OF VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS The FBI anticipates cyber actors will exploit increased use of virtual environments by government agencies, the...
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Law enforcement agencies are working to contain an increasing number of scams, cyberattacks and online predators during this time of covid-19 isolation, a spokesman for the Little Rock office of the FBI said this week. The FBI is paying close attention to reports of scams and online crimes, as many people staying at home are...
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The U.K.’s growing panic about the spread of coronavirus has created an open season for fraudsters, with government agencies and cybersecurity companies reporting unprecedented levels of criminal activity since the virus began sweeping across the globe in January. With anxiety levels rising amid lockdowns and daily reports of the increasing death rate, organized criminal gangs...
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04/01/2020 Reporters Desk LOS ANGELES-Trusted websites: Confronting COVID-19: LA County Responds https://www.coronavirus.gov/ In light of the recent increase in online scams and hacking attempts related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Fraud and Cyber Crimes Bureau – Emerging Cyber Trends Team has published this bulletin for public awareness. OVERVIEW: Criminals use phishing emails to get access...
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A DASTARDLY scam text circulating online attempts to swindle victims out of money using coronavirus fears as the bait, cyber-experts warn. Crooks appear to be demanding cash from unsuspecting Brits, claiming they’ve been “fined” for going out too much during lockdown. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates An image...
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Credit: Dreamstime Telstra’s cyber security unit has warned of a phishing scam making use of a fake Microsoft Office 365 login page, targeting those working from home amid the coronavirus pandemic. The scam references the victim’s workplace and include the domain found in the victim’s email address in the email’s subject line, a malicious link...
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Criminals are disguising themselves as WHO to steal money or sensitive information. The World Health Organization released a statement warning people to Beware of criminals pretending to be WHO. In this time of crisis spread by the Coronavirus pandemic, the cybersecurity of people has been put to risk due to cybercriminals harnessing this chaos...
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With more of our work, school and social lives online during COVID-19, experts are warning of a coming increase in scams and cyber crime. Technology challenges are bound to arise and scams are always going around – that’s nothing new, said Carmi Levy, director of content for London’s InfoTech internet research group. But crises, like COVID-19, are...
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Emotion and stress are running high. With the dark cloud of COVID-19 hanging over us, society has gone into survival mode. We’re trying to juggle working from home, while also caring for our families and home schooling our children. We’re trying to continue business as normal, while keeping our distance from others to prevent further...
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There are rising cases of coronavirus-associated scams in domain names, spam, phishing attacks, and malware attacks, SophosLabs has said. The cybersecurity company revealed this while monitoring threats in the use of COVID-19. The recent report from SophosLabs Uncut revealed that the volume of COVID-19 email scams had almost tripled in the past week. Having his...
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Online scams are increasing with scammers taking advantage of the current COVID-19 outbreak, as internet usage increased by 20-50% during the lockdown period.  In response, Vodafone New Zealand is urging its customers to be more vigilant on digital channels. The telco provider says it has approximately 80 security experts who are monitoring and responding to...
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Scammers preying on Minnesotans’ coronavirus fears Authorities are asking Minnesotans to stay aware for possible schemes amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. (FOX 9) – Cyber criminals are taking advantage of the fear and uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak, as government and healthcare organizations experience a major increase in phishing attempts. The Minnesota Attorney General’s office...
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TribLIVE’s Daily and Weekly email newsletters deliver the news you want and information you need, right to your inbox. About a minute ago The dirty rotten crooks. While the rest of the world is doing its best to sacrifice to beat an unseen biological virus, cyberscammers are trying to attack us with a variety of...
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Cyber Risk Aware is offering free Covid-19 phishing ests to help organisations defend their network against a growing number of cyber threats using the Coronavirus pandemic as a lure. Operating out of London and Dublin, Cyber Risk Aware, provide real-time cyber security awareness training. “With the majority of the workforce now encouraged to work from...
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Army CID Special Agents are reminding people to be alert and suspicious During this time of heightened awareness and protection against potential health risks associated with COVID-19, there is also an increased risk in scam methods used by cybercriminals. (U.S. ARMY’S CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION) – During this time of heightened awareness and protection against potential...
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Australians are now working from home offices and kitchen tables as social distancing measures to slow the spread of coronavirus ramp up. But this change to how we work makes us more vulnerable to cybersecurity threats. Key points: Criminals are taking advantage of the coronavirus outbreak using phishing scams The healthcare industry could be particularly...
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POLICE are urging people to be vigilant of the threat from fraudsters exploiting the COVID-19 outbreak to steal money and sensitive data online. Officers are asking people to be aware of scam emails, rely on only trusted sources of information and follow online safety advice. Examples of scams include emails notifying people they are eligible...
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Rimbey RCMP are warning residents of scams using the COVID-19 outbreak as a cover. Scams associated with the global pandemic have been cropping up, feeding on people’s fear, uncertainty and misinformation during a difficult time. “Fraudsters are exploiting the crisis to facilitate fraud and cyber-crime,” Rimbey RCMP said in a press release. Scammers are using...
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