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Fraudsters target UK directors through Companies House

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Fraudsters target UK directors through Companies House

Company directors are twice as likely as other members of the public to be the victims of identity theft, with criminals using data in Companies House to target their victims. One-fifth of all victims of identity fraud between 2012 and 2015 were company directors, who are being “disproportionately targeted”, according…

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Trump Just Bullied A Child At The White House Easter Egg Roll

President Trump’s narcissistic self-absorption and shocking refusal to show even the smallest courtesy or compassion for others was on full display this morning at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll.

Meant to be a day for children to meet the leader of their nation and to have some fun, Trump inevitably made it about himself. When one child asked him to sign his hat, Trump happily did so… before flinging the hat far into the crowd, prompting a cry of rage from the disappointed child who just learned that hard way what kind of a man Donald Trump really is.

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Industry Officials Talk Govt’s Reluctance to Share Cyber Threat Data at House Panel Hearing

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Industry officials told lawmakers at a House Homeland Security Committee’s cybersecurity panel hearing Thursday that that U.S. government is hesitant to facilitate cyber threat data sharing with stakeholders in the private sector, Nextgov reported Thursday. Scott Montgomery, a vice president …

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White House tech vacancies may threaten cybersecurity advances

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

President Trump has not replaced the federal chief information officer or chief information security officer, leaving gaps in key positions responsible for safeguarding and updating government systems. Last June, the government technology trade publication MeriTalk launched a petition regarding then-US …

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Man forces popular Florida pastor to flee house naked

A Florida pastor fled from a house naked earlier in January after a man arrived home to find the pastor having sex with the man’s wife, the Tallahassee Democrat reported. Citing a police report, the Tallahassee Democrat reported that Pastor O. Jermaine Simmons was being chased by the man with a handgun after the husband caught the cheating wife and pastor in the couple’s daughter’s bedroom. Simmons escaped the home and hid behind a fence as the husband went looking for the pastor. Read More….

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White House reportedly racing to crack down on Russian hackers before Trump takes office

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

White House reportedly racing to crack down on Russian hackers before Trump takes office

The White House is reportedly racing against time in efforts to implement measures to penalise Russia for allegedly interfering in the US presidential elections. The Obama administration is said to be looking to punish those involved in the election hacking

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The White House is examining ways to punish Russian hackers

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

The White House is examining ways to punish Russian hackers

The Obama administration last year rolled out to great fanfare a new economic sanctions power to punish and deter foreign hackers who harm the United States’ economic or national security.
The threat to use it last year helped wring a

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8 New Uses For Old Things Around The House, According To Toddlers

We don’t know anyone cleverer, kookier, or more creative when it comes to thinking than toddlers. Toddlers are part scientists and part artists. These little geniuses walk around our homes finding new uses for ordinary objects all the time. For example, you see a shirt sleeve … but they see a napkin and a tissue that’s always within reach. What other household objects are hiding transformative properties, according to kids? We partnered with Clorox to find out. Take a look!

1. Shoe = Phone

It’s important to point out that this must be an adult shoe.

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White House Seeking Public Feedback On Cybersecurity Trends

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

White House Seeking Public Feedback On Cybersecurity Trends

WASHINGTON—The White House Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity is asking for public feedback about cybersecurity trends and promising approaches to overcoming cybersecurity obstacles. NAFCU said it is preparing a response to highlight credit unions’ cybersecurity concerns.
The request for information

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North Korea and Iran unite in major attack on US: White House on red alert

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

North Korea and Iran unite in major attack on US: White House on red alert

The two hostile regimes are said to pose an “increasingly diverse and dangerous” threat to global security. Speaking at a conference on cyber attacks on Tuesday, White House counter-terrorism advisor Lisa Monaco said that North Korea and Iran have shown they can carry out “destructive attacks” on “critical” infrastructure in the US. Read More….

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