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Russian Hackers Said to Seek Hush Money From Liberal Groups

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Russian hackers are targeting U.S. progressive groups in a new wave of attacks, scouring the organizations’ emails for embarrassing details and attempting to extract hush money, according to two people familiar with probes being conducted by the FBI and private …

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‘Romance and painted money scam’ defrauds York Region woman of $200,000

York Region police are looking for two suspects in what they are calling a “romance and painted money scam” that left one woman defrauded of $200,000. A 59-year-old woman from the Town of Georgina started dating a man in 2012 she met online who later began requesting money for some emergency issues he was facing, police said. He also began convincing her to make profitable investments. “He started telling her that he has this large amount of money and they need cleaning solution to clean the money,” said police spokesperson Const. Read More….

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New Jersey man who ran dating scams admits romancing women out of money

CAMDEN, N.J. — A 52-year-old New Jersey man scammed women out of thousands of dollars by saying he wanted a romantic relationship with them and needed money to move closer to them, authorities said. Patrick Giblin, who was previously served time for a similar scheme, pleaded guilty Thursday in a Camden federal court. Giblin was first sentenced in 2007; he’d develop relationships with women over the phone and convince them to wire him money. He was sentenced to 10 counts of wire fraud. Read More….

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Scammers use social media to swindle money, target younger victims

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Scammers use social media to swindle money, target younger victims

Cons and scams have been around since humans first learned how to communicate but, these days, as communication increases with technology, scams are evolving, increasing in magnitude and allowing con artists to work behind a veil. Read More….

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Cyber security 2017: Where are the veterans putting their money?

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Cyber security 2017: Where are the veterans putting their money?

2016 has been a bumper year for the cyber security industry, with a series of high-profile breaches only set to drive demand for security services higher in the coming years.
According to the Q4 2016 Cybersecurity Market Report from Cybersecurity

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Microsoft Edge Hacked in 18 Seconds for $140,000 Prize Money

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Microsoft Edge Hacked in 18 Seconds for $140,000 Prize Money

The new Microsoft Edge web browser hacked in Seoul security conference that exposed security vulnerabilities in this browser, Google Pixel and Adobe Flash among others.
Microsoft Edge was one of the highlights of Windows 10. It was one of the

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‘Money Mule’ Scams Adopting Bitcoin ATMs For Transferring Hacked Funds

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

‘Money Mule’ Scams Adopting Bitcoin ATMs For Transferring Hacked Funds

Hackers who raid corporate bank accounts often launder stolen funds by depositing them in accounts owned by “money mules,” people recruited through work-at-home job scams. The mules are usually instructed to wire the stolen funds to the scammers. Increasingly, however,

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Learn To Make Money In The Cyber Security Industry

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Learn To Make Money In The Cyber Security Industry

There has been an overwhelming demand for Cyber Security Experts today, creating an explosion with Universities, technical colleges and trade schools offering certifications and degrees in the industry.
What students in the cyber security industry are not taught is what

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How To Make Money As A Cyber Security Consultant: For The Laymen

How To Make Money As A Cyber Security Consultant: For The Laymen

To Purchase This Product/Services, Go To The Store Link Above Or Go To http://www.become007.com/store/ Today every major University, community college and trade school offer some type of cyber crime training as a degree or certificate. What is not… Read More

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Half of Americans Expect They Will Lose Money to Identity Theft Next Year

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

There are few things Americans can agree on. Even the most lopsided presidential elections, for example, left 4 of 10 voters unconvinced that the winner was the right person for the job. Despite our variety of opinion, however, half of Americans agree that they are at risk of losing money to identity theft over the […]

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