All 50 States Now Have Security Breach Notification Laws

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3 Key Takeaways from the FastBooking Data Breach

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2017 Cybersecurity in Review

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Why You Should Change Your Passwords

Jordan Kadlec

Almost exactly a year after Yahoo announced they suffered the largest data breach to-date, officials corrected the estimated number of users affected in a statement released on October 3rd. The…

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Security Breach Notification Laws

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As of now, 48 states, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands have implemented legislation that requires private or government entities to notify individuals if they have…

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March Ransomware in Review

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March was a month where a lot of small ransomware variants appeared but never came to fruition. There was, however, an update on CryptoLocker making its return, Cerber added a couple of new features,…

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Double Agent: The Zero-Day That Could Last for Months

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A zero-day attack named Double Agent has been discovered that exploits a 15-year-old feature in Windows from XP through Windows 10. The attack has the ability to take over antivirus software on…

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Spear Phishing Examples

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Phishing is one of the most common attack vectors hackers use to initially infiltrate a user’s system. Phishing is an attempt to obtain user credentials, financial data, or other sensitive…

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Top 7 Revelations of Vault 7

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WikiLeaks dropped a bombshell on Tuesday, March 7th when it began a new series of leaks on the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency. Code-named Vault 7, Year Zero is the first series and is comprised of…

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