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SAVE NOW: Protect seniors online from scams, hacks and tax fraud

SAVE NOW: Protect seniors online from scams, hacks and tax fraud

In fact, a new survey by Home Instead, Inc., franchisor of the Home Instead Senior Care network, found 67 percent of surveyed older adults have been the victim of an online scam or hack. Encouraging…

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Chinese hackers targeted big tech companies to steal trade secrets from enterprise customers

Chinese hackers targeted big tech companies to steal trade secrets from enterprise customers

A cybersecurity firm has recently revealed information about Chinese hackers who have been hacking big telco companies intending to extract personal and corporate information that could potentially benefit the Chinese government. Cybersecurity company Cybereason released…

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Rising Number of Cybercrimes is Bolstering the Demand of Cybersecurity Systems

Rising Number of Cybercrimes is Bolstering the Demand of Cybersecurity Systems

Increasing Number of Cybercrimes Spur the Demand for Cybersecurity Services Cybercrime is one of the greatest threats to every company in the world because of the increasing reliance of the people on the internet. Majority…

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People’s Instagram accounts are being mysteriously taken over by Russians, and they can’t get them back

People’s Instagram accounts are being mysteriously taken over by Russians, and they can’t get them back

Instagram has been hit by a mysterious spate of hacks stemming from Russia, leaving users permanently locked out of their accounts. After being locked out of their accounts, users report having their profile picture, username and…

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Blockchain in the Public Sector: Where’s the Impact?

Blockchain in the Public Sector: Where’s the Impact?

Blockchain is best known for its ability to support cryptocurrencies and dapps, but the number of blockchain applications continues to increase as the technology becomes more advanced. At the same time, the user base is also…

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People Are Becoming Indifferent to Data Breaches, Hacks, and Leaks

People Are Becoming Indifferent to Data Breaches, Hacks, and Leaks

The increasing connectivity and digitalization of our everyday lives and business processes are creating a world of new possibilities. At the same time, that world is also becoming more vulnerable. That’s why cybersecurity nowadays is…

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We’re not ready for 2020 hacks: Democrats must press Trump on how the administration intends to protect our voting systems from intrusion

We’re not ready for 2020 hacks: Democrats must press Trump on how the administration intends to protect our voting systems from intrusion

With the 2020 elections fast approaching, America need to be smarter, better focused and more disciplined about defending our elections against foreign interference. This week, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis ordered a review of the state’s election security…

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Paper Ballot Advocates Say They’ll Ask Court To Scrap Ga. Voting Machines Before 2019 Elections

Paper Ballot Advocates Say They’ll Ask Court To Scrap Ga. Voting Machines Before 2019 Elections

Georgia is one of about a dozen states still using electronic voting machines that produce no paper trail voters can verify for themselves. Cybersecurity experts warn this makes an election system vulnerable. In upcoming elections…

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Cryptocurrency Hacks Still Growing — What Does That Mean for the Industry?

Cryptocurrency Hacks Still Growing — What Does That Mean for the Industry?

bitcoin ethereum hacking Though once synonymous with underground networks and black hat hackers, bitcoin and ot Though once synonymous with underground networks and black hat hackers, bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have gone mainstream over the…

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UK Cybersecurity Agency Won’t Tip Regulator on Breaches

UK Cybersecurity Agency Won’t Tip Regulator on Breaches

The UK’s cybersecurity agency said it won’t automatically share information about data breaches with the country’s data privacy regulator. The decision, which the National Cyber Security Centre and the Information Commissioner’s Office jointly announced Thursday,…

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