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1. Phishing Scams: Cybercriminals send fake emails or create fake websites pretending to be from the IRS or tax preparation companies. They often request personal information, such as Social Security numbers or financial details, which they then use for identity theft or fraudulent tax filings.2....
02/22/2024
Why? Because human beings trust by default. Without trust, we wouldn’t survive as a species. From the day we come out of our mama, we simply want and need to trust others in order to survive. And when you mix media in any form, media that we have grown to trust over a lifetime, and then weave in ...
02/14/2024
Though it might look like a fun thing to do, you better think twice before taking that quiz that pops up on your social media page. A hacker, otherwise known as a “social engineer” might have created it to obtain your personal information.Criminal hackers are all over social media sites, and it s...
01/20/2024
Zelle is one of the most famous platforms to quickly send money to loved ones, friends, and family. However, now cybercriminals are taking advantage of it to get people’s account information.Using clever tactics to fool clients, fraudsters are now taking advantage of the existence of Zelle to get...
12/23/2023
Our philosophy has always been “all security is personal”. So, whether you are a front line administrator, a CISO, or a CEO, the security of your organization begins with you and your person. If you don’t have your own personal security in order, how do you expect your business data to be secured...
12/01/2023
Cyber criminals hate a hard target. In the language of security, a "hard target" is someone difficult to hack, while a "soft target" is someone who is especially vulnerable.Put yourself in a criminal's shoes: Which home would you attempt to rob: the one with the back door open or the one with the...
11/09/2023
Ransomware attacks are on the rise and small businesses are on the menu.  The 2023 State of Ransomware report from Malwarebytes Labs finds that the United States saw 1,462 attacks between July 1, 2022, and June 31, 2023. This accounted for 43% of all ransomware attacks around the world, with thes...
10/31/2023
A recent credential stuffing attack on 23andme.com left most people bemused, if they noticed it at all. A similarly muted response followed the leak of millions of user records on known hacker forums. What is a hacker going to do with your ancestral history? The answer may surprise you and should...
10/27/2023
Do you have backup files for your critical business data and software? Where are they stored? How often are they updated?During Cyber Security Awareness Month, you should be asking these three critical questions. Too often, business leaders and employees see cyber security as an ongoing battle ag...
10/21/2023
Data from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) point to boom times for real estate fraud. In 2022, real estate fraud cost victims $396.9 million, a 13.30% rise from 2021 and an 86.18% rise from 2020. More than $132 million more was lost to real estate fraud in 2022 than to check and credit c...
10/10/2023
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