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Exposing Too Much?

Are you exposing too¬†much of yourself online? I don’t mean scantily¬†dressed, but baring too much of your soul? I enjoy social media interactions, but being targeted by the invasiveness of shady and fictitious characters is when things get weird. 351 more words


Russia 'targeted 21 states' during US election campaign, says official

During the recent US Senate Intelligence Committee hearings on Russian interference in US elections Jeannette Manfra, the acting deputy under-secretary for cybersecurity and communications, provided the soundbite of the day: 815 more words

Law & Order

How to protect your boss from phishing attacks

We already know that more than 75% of us lie on social media.

Too bad it’s impracticable to lie more about our workplaces on professional networking sites like LinkedIn: it might spare our employers a lot of grief. 1,176 more words


Hackers use social engineering for spearphishing

GQ writer Sarah Jeong gets hacked to discover the warning signs of a potential social engineering cyber-attack.

From the horrible Hollywood hacks of 2014 to John Podesta’s emails, hackers aren’t feverishly trying to sneak into your computer.

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Buzz Insider

She Got Hacked So You Don't Have To

It happened to John Podesta; it happened to Paul Manafort’s daughter; it’s a type of computer hack called “spearphishing,” a much more sophisticated attack than the clumsy mass-mail attempts to gain your online credentials. 289 more words


The three B's of cybersecurity for small businesses

(Courtesy of Jacksonville Business Journal)

Large-scale cyberattacks with eye-watering statistics, like the breach of a billion Yahoo accounts in 2016, grab most of the headlines… 615 more words

IT News

Man charged with $100m 'whaling' attack on two US tech giants

US officials have charged a 48-year-old Lithuanian man in connection with attacks on two big US tech companies that cost them $100m.

Evaldas Rimasauskas allegedly masqueraded as an Asian-based computer hardware manufacturer to trick the companies’ employees into transferring money into accounts that he controlled, … 642 more words