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Hackers have made just 3.7 bitcoin – or less than $10,000 – with the latest cyberattack

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Those behind the recent cyberattack affecting businesses around Europe have successful received a total of nearly 4 bitcoins, worth around $9621 at today’s price. On Tuesday, reports emerged of a ransomware virus affecting businesses and governments throughout Eastern Europe. Ukraine and Russia have been particularly affected. The malware, which has…

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Christie just signed executive order to beef up N.J. cybersecurity. Here’s what it does.

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Christie just signed executive order to beef up N.J. cybersecurity. Here’s what it does.

TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie appeared at the state’s information technology offices on Thursday to sign an executive order that takes authority over information technology away from bureaucrats and confers them on his handpicked tech guru. “I am tired of having each department have their own I.T. center,” said the…

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Personal home computers, laptops are just as prone to get hacked by ransomware

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Personal home computers, laptops are just as prone to get hacked by ransomware

Just because the recent cyber attack is focusing on big corporations, tech companies say your home computer is just as prone to these attacks. “Without calling dooms day, this is the one that’s does make a large-scale impact,” Timothy Harris with Modern Technology in Cape Girardeau, Missouri said. Harris is talking about WannaCry Ransomware. It is the most recent hacking-attack …

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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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Swiping for love in a hopeless place? Just 4% of millennial Tinder users want a relationship

We bring bad news for anyone using the Tinder dating app to actually look for a new relationship – and even those after a no-strings hookup are going to be disappointed, as the majority of users are swiping right to boost their own self-confidence, or procrastinate. In fact, of almost 10,000 millennial college students asked, just 4% – fewer than one in 20 people – said they use Tinder to look for a relationship. And while 22% are after a hookup, almost 45% are procrastinating with no intent to meet anyone they talk to, and 29% are there for mysterious ‘other reasons’, a new survey has found. Read More….

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Cyber security threats aren’t just for IT departments to manage

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans As it stands, cyber security threats are perhaps the greatest risk facing businesses the world over. Just this month, it was reported that Verizon has lowered its bid for Yahoo by $350 million in the wake of the company’s cyber … The post Cyber security threats […]

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A former Goldman Sachs employee built a dating app that matches you based on what you hate — and it’s just launched in the UK

A former Goldman Sachs employee has found a new way to connect people through online dating — mutual hatred. Instead of trying to find common hobbies and interests, 29-year-old Brendan Alper suggests those looking for love should instead focus on the things they hate. New dating app, Hater, is the first to work under the principle that mutual dislikes bring people closer than shared interests. Created by Alper, it allows people to select how much they like, dislike, love, or hate over 2,000 things — including Donald Trump, cargo shorts, or paying extra for guacamole — using a swipe system. Read More….

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Businesses spend just 5% of budgets on IT security

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Businesses spend just 5% of budgets on IT security

Businesses are spending on average just over 5% of their overall IT budgets on trying to prevent the latest hacks and security breaches, according to analyst house Gartner.
Despite the growing risk of threats facing organisations, surprisingly, Gartner said that

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This Is The Face of A Woman Who Just Got A Big Surprise After Giving Birth

While Kim Guiley was pregnant with her second child, she felt certain it was a girl. So when she delivered a baby boy, she and her husband, Travis, were shocked, to say the least.

Birth photographer Susannah Gill captured the moment the Guileys learned the sex of their baby. Looking at the photos, the expressions on their faces can only be described as priceless. 

“It was a very big moment because a lot was as happening,” Gill told The Huffington Post. “It was about 5 a.m. after a very long night.”

Kim gave birth at home in Santa Cruz back in July.

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Hiring a Cybersecurity Provider Isn’t just a Convenience, It’s Your Fiduciary Duty

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Hiring a Cybersecurity Provider Isn’t just a Convenience, It’s Your Fiduciary Duty

No enterprise executive can be blamed for hesitating to transfer network security responsibilities to a third party, no matter how qualified that third party may be. Data, after all, is the modern enterprise’s most prized possession.
Still, business decision-makers must

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