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Cybersecurity News for the Week of July 31, 2016

 CYBERSECURITY NEWSFROM OUR FRIENDS AT CITADEL INFORMATION GROUPIndividuals at RiskCyber FraudDark Patterns are designed to trick you (and they’re all over the Web): It happens to the best of us. After looking closely at a bank statement...

Cybersecurity News for the Week of July 24, 2016

CYBERSECURITY NEWSFROM OUR FRIENDS AT CITADEL INFORMATION GROUPIndividuals at RiskCyber PrivacyHackers penetrate Illinois voter registration database: SPRINGFIELD — The Illinois State Board of Elections’ online voter registration system rema...

Cybersecurity News for the Week of July 17, 2016

  CYBERSECURITY NEWSFROM OUR FRIENDS AT CITADEL INFORMATION GROUPIndividuals at RiskCyber UpdateMicrosoft Update Doesn’t Quite Fix Decades-Old Printer Bug in Windows; Will Warn Users Who Can Say No: Printers. They can be the bane of...

Cybersecurity News for the Week of July 10, 2016

CYBERSECURITY NEWSFROM OUR FRIENDS AT CITADEL INFORMATION GROUPIndividuals at RiskIdentity TheftFacebook, Twitter and LinkedIn become ‘hunting grounds’ as identity theft surges by 57%:The number of people falling victim to identity theft in...

Cybersecurity News for the Week of June 26, 2016

CYBERSECURITY NEWSFROM OUR FRIENDS AT CITADEL INFORMATION GROUPIndividuals at RiskIdentity Theft154 million US voter records exposed following hack: MacKeeper security researcher Chris Vickery has discovered yet another database containing voter...

Cybersecurity News for the Week of June 19, 2016

CYBERSECURITY NEWSFROM OUR FRIENDS AT CITADEL INFORMATION GROUPIndividuals at RiskCyber PrivacyThere Is No Such Thing as Private Data: Just a few years after social media began to permeate students’ high-school experiences, the terrifying rumo...

Cybersecurity News for the Week of June 12, 2016

CYBERSECURITY NEWSFROM OUR FRIENDS AT CITADEL INFORMATION GROUPIndividuals at RiskIdentity TheftIRS Re-Enables ‘Get Transcript’ Feature: The Internal Revenue Service has re-enabled a service on its Web site that allows taxpayers to get a cop...

Cybersecurity News for the Week of June 5, 2016

 CYBERSECURITY NEWSFROM OUR FRIENDS AT CITADEL INFORMATION GROUP Individuals at RiskCyber DangerFBI Alert: Extortion E-mail Schemes Tied to Recent High-Profile data thefts:The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) continues to receive...

Cybersecurity News for the Week of May 29, 2016

CYBERSECURITY NEWSFROM OUR FRIENDS AT CITADEL INFORMATION GROUPIndividuals at RiskCyber PrivacyScott Walker’s campaign is selling donors’ email addresses: Are you one of the people who ponied up money to support the US presidential campaign...

Cybersecurity News for the Week of May 15, 2016

 CYBERSECURITY NEWSFROM OUR FRIENDS AT CITADEL INFORMATION GROUP Individuals at RiskIdentity TheftCrooks Grab W-2s from Credit Bureau Equifax: Identity thieves stole tax and salary data from big-three credit bureau Equifax Inc., accord...

Cybersecurity News for the Week of May 8, 2016

CYBERSECURITY NEWSFROM OUR FRIENDS AT CITADEL INFORMATION GROUP            Individuals at RiskIdentity Theft272 million email addresses stolen from major email services including Google, Yah...

Cybersecurity News for the Week of May 1, 2016

 CYBERSECURITY NEWSFROM OUR FRIENDS AT CITADEL INFORMATION GROUPIndividuals at RiskCyber PrivacyUS Presidential Primary Apps Leak Sensitive Data: As 2016’s presidential primaries have progressed, the number of presidential primary apps in...

Cybersecurity News for the Week of April 24, 2016

 CYBERSECURITY NEWSFROM OUR FRIENDS AT CITADEL INFORMATION GROUPIndividuals at RiskCyber Privacy700 Million People Just Got Encryption That Congress Can’t Touch: Last month, WhatsApp, the hugely popular messaging service that Facebook own...

Cyber Security News of the Week, April 17, 2016

CYBERSECURITY NEWS  FROM OUR FRIENDS AT CITADEL INFORMATION GROUPIndividuals at RiskCyber UpdateUpdate iOS Now as New Threat Can Auto-Brick Apple Devices: If you use an Apple iPhone, iPad or other iDevice, now would be an excellen...

Cybersecurity News for the Week of April 10, 2016

 CYBERSECURITY NEWS  FROM OUR FRIENDS AT CITADEL INFORMATION GROUPIndividuals at RiskIdentity TheftNational Childbirth Trust, US Office of Child Support Breached: A pair of data breaches is impacting parents and parents-to-be on b...

Cybersecurity News for the Week of April 3, 2016

 CYBERSECURITY NEWS  FROM OUR FRIENDS AT CITADEL INFORMATION GROUPIndividuals at RiskIdentity TheftIRS Commissioner Details Growing Problem Of Taxpayer Identity Theft: NPR’s Audie Cornish speaks with IRS Commissioner John Koskin...

Cybersecurity News for the Week of March 27, 2016

 CYBERSECURITY NEWS  FROM OUR FRIENDS AT CITADEL INFORMATION GROUP  Individuals at RiskIdentity TheftFacebook’s testing a feature that alerts you if someone’s impersonating you: Facebook’s real-name policy requires...

Cybersecurity News for the Week of March 20, 2016

 CYBERSECURITY NEWS  FROM OUR FRIENDS AT CITADEL INFORMATION GROUPIndividuals at RiskIdentity TheftHow To Guard Against Tax-Related Identity Theft: Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in America. Lurking in the sha...

Cybersecurity News for the Week of March 13, 2016

CYBERSECURITY NEWS  FROM OUR FRIENDS AT CITADEL INFORMATION GROUPCyber CrimeHackers Target Anti-DDoS Firm Staminus: Staminus Communications Inc., a California-based Internet hosting provider that specializes in protecting customers fro...

Cybersecurity News for the Week of March 6, 2016

CYBERSECURITY NEWS  FROM OUR FRIENDS AT CITADEL INFORMATION GROUPCyber CrimePirates hack into shipping company’s servers to identify booty: When the terms “pirate” and “hacker” are used in the same sentence, usually it’s a...


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