US Senators Told To Avoid Zoom Meetings

A Strong Suggestion Last week we told you about the alarming new trend of Zoom-bombing. It seems, however, that those aren’t the only problems with the platform. Following several incidents in Massachusetts, the FBI issued a warning. They encouraged users to keep better security practices when using Zoom. A report this morning by Business Insider […]

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Breaches Increase, Yet Households Are Less Worried About Identity Theft?

Security Breaches Rise, Yet Households Report Less Concern? According to Javelin Strategy and Research, identity theft has risen for four consecutive years.  Yet, in the 2017 survey from the Commerce Department’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), only 57% of households reported concerns regarding data breaches, compared to 63% in 2015. Now, this would make sense […]

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Phishing Impacts Victims Far More Than Breaches

Study Reveals Phishing Victims Found to Lose More Than Breach Victims Google conducted a yearlong study regarding the impacts of data breaches compared to phishing scams.  The study found only 7% of individuals whose data was exposed due to a security breach, were still using the same password.  Therefore, although the data was breached, cyber criminals […]

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IT Breaches – Users Can’t Take All The Blame

Users May Not Be To Blame For Security Breaches Can users be to be blame for the security breaches that seem to be hitting nationwide?  Not entirely, but they certainly seem to be the scapegoat. Employers must be held accountable for the technology they provide their employees.  If they are not supplying an adequate security […]

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