Public yawns at threat of cyber crime

The seemingly inpenetrable National Security Agency was hacked recently. So was the Democratial National Committee, and voter registration offices in Illinois and Arizona. Hackers also stole customer data from some of the nation’s top hoteliers, including Hyatt and Marriott. It’s been a summer of escalating cyberattacks — a trend that…

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China ramps up cybersecurity measures to tackle online frauds

China has chttp://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tech/tech-news/China-ramps-up-cybersecurity-measures-to-tackle-online-frauds/articleshow/53856435.cmslamped new regulations to beef up cybersecurity to address the growing complaints of online frauds and leakage of private information on the internet costing billions of dollars. Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of China; and the Standardisation Administration of…

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Identity theft suspects sought

Authorities are searching for two suspects accused of using a stolen identity to buy gift cards and groceries at a Spring Hope store. The duo are accused of making fraudulent Western Union transfers and purchasing gift cards and groceries last week at the Spring Hope Food Lion before running from…

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How Hackers Could Destroy Election Day

Donald Trump is already warning that the election’s going to be ‘rigged.’ Maybe, maybe not. But hacking the vote—and throwing the country into chaos—is terrifyingly simple. Stealing and leaking emails from the Democratic National Committee could be just the start. Hacking the presidential election itself could be next, a bipartisan…

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