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
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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
GQ writer Sarah Jeong gets hacked to discover the warning signs of a potential social engineering cyber-attack.
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From the horrible Hollywood hacks of 2014 to John Podesta’s emails, hackers aren’t feverishly trying to sneak into your computer.
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