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FBI recommends two-factor authentication & training to thwart Spearphising!

USA - November 20 2017 Among a number of recommendations to avoid Spearphishing (aka Business Email Compromise - BEC) the FBI recommends that “employees to use two-factor...


Whoa! Did you know that Equifax claims to own your data?

USA - November 13 2017 In testimony before the US Senate we hear that “Equifax, and not consumers, that owns all the granular data collected about them, and that consumers...


Think twice before relying on search engine results since they may have MALWARE links!

USA - November 6 2017 Darkreading reported that criminals are “using Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to populate search results with malicious links and distribute the...


Watch out!! “Mobile Messaging Apps” are the new home for the Dark Web!

USA - October 29 2017 Darkreading reported that “mobile messaging apps are rising in favor as the newest Dark Web alternatives that crooks have landed upon to do business...


New law may require Google and Facebook to disclose political advertising

Russia, USA - October 20 2017 The New York Times reported about a new “bill would require internet companies to provide information to the election commission about who is paying...