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How to Keep Your Zoom Chats Secure

Zoom is currently one of the more popular video-conferencing tools being used and, along with widespread use, comes more opportunities for malicious actors to identify and exploit [...]

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Secret Service Warning: Exploiting the Coronavirus for Fraud and Profit

We have collected a whole new crop of virus-themed emails, several of which were alarmingly extreme in the claims they made while pitching their products, services, and, of course, malicious [...]

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Department of Homeland Security Issues Emergency Directive for Microsoft Critical Vulnerabilities

Microsoft released several patches to address critical vulnerabilities. Several were of enough concern to prompt the Department of Homeland Security to issue an Emergency Directive ordering all [...]

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10 Tips to Prevent Phishing Attacks

As you know, phishing is a technique that involves tricking the user to steal confidential information, passwords, etc, into thinking you are a confidential site. So far the hackers have [...]

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Our Top 7 Cyber-security Predictions for 2018

Let’s face it: 2017 was a terrible year for cyber security with more phishing scams, ransomware, state-sponsored attacks, and new attack vectors. Will 2018 be better? GDPR will set a tone, for [...]

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7 Things to Understand About CyberSecurity

A recent Internet security survey on users’ cybersecurity knowledge, showed that though most U.S. internet users understand the basics of CyberSecurity. There is a range of CyberSecurity [...]

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Wire Transfer Phishing

Companies around the world are seeing the resurgence of an old scam: wire transfer phishing attacks that trick employees into wiring money from company bank accounts to criminals’ bank accounts. [...]