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Maui woman sentenced for mail and identity theft

Senior District Judge Helen Gillmor sentenced 42-year-old Maui resident Davelyn Mahi Thursday to six years imprisonment of 72 months for aggravated identity theft and theft of mail. 103 more words


What Parents Can Do To Protect Their Child's Identity

What are the odds that someone will steal a child’s identity? Why would a thief do that, and what exactly can parents do to keep it from happening? 383 more words

Health Insurance

College students are major targets for identity theft

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – College students heading back to campus are the major targets for identity theft. Identity thieves don’t care if you’re a struggling student and don’t have a lot of money. 272 more words


A Sophisticated Gmail Phishing Scam Is Linked to Iranian Hackers

Iranian hackers are actively trying ways to circumvent Gmail’s two-step verification system and infiltrate Gmail, with their targets being political dissidents and activists.

According to a new… 362 more words


Tackling Healthcare's Growing Cybersecurity Crisis Starts With a Proper Risk Assessment

By David Stanton, Director
IT Security and Privacy, Healthcare and Life Sciences industry

As electronic medical records continue to evolve into the de facto standard, healthcare organizations are reaping the cost reduction and business and economic benefits. 567 more words

Information Technology

The Privacy Myth

Think about it, every single day in every single news cycle there is a new explosive report of  a corporation or a government office that has been hacked and thousands maybe millions of social security numbers or  some other critical personal information is in the possession of people who will use them to steal more information about you and then reaching the ultimate goal, stealing your money. 787 more words

It's Always Political

Survey Shows 81% of Healthcare Organizations Suffered Cyberattacks

A staggering 81% of healthcare organizations have been compromised by cyberattacks in the past two years, according to healthcare executives in a survey.

In a survey conducted by KPMG titled the “ 449 more words