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Gaetz Probe Expands From Sex Trafficking To Cannabis And Corruption | #tinder | #pof | #match | #sextrafficking | romancescams | #scams

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ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — When Rep. Matt Gaetz vacationed in the Bahamas in 2018, he was joined by a doctor who donated to his campaign and a former colleague in […]

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FBI Expands Election Security Alerts Beyond Victims to State, Local Officials

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans by DH Kass • Jan 20, 2020 The Federal Bureau of Investigation will now notify state officials when a local election has been hit by hackers, a course reversal from a prior closed door policy not to extend notification beyond victims of cyber attacks. A protracted […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com

#hacking | Nemty Ransomware Expands Its Reach, Also Delivered by Trik Botnet

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans From analysing the malware’s code, we can see that it skips the routine if the created IP address is a local one (Figure 4). The malware can infect public IP addresses with port 139 open that are using any of the common administrator usernames and passwords […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com

CyberPolicy #Expands #Cybersecurity #Offerings for #Small #Businesses

CyberPolicy, a wholly-owned subsidiary of CoverHound Inc. that offers an online cyber insurance and security product for small businesses, has unveiled a new set of complimentary offerings to help small businesses protect against cyber threats.

The new “Plan. Prevent. Insure.” offerings provide guided options from advisors, educational security resources, and a CyberCheckup to assess a company’s cyber risk level.

CyberPolicy is targeted towards small businesses with knowledge and tools to better secure their data, operations, and reputation.

CyberPolicy’s free expanded offerings for small businesses include:

A CyberCheckup, which assesses cybersecurity needs
Expert guidance on best practices, including a personalized cyber plan
External web scans from cyber risk monitoring partners
Small business-centric educational resources
Tools that manage and provide guidance on how to bridge security gaps
Exclusive deals and promotions on cybersecurity products
Access to cyber insurance experts to help minimize business exposure
Online insurance quotes and online insurance purchasing that can be done within minutes
CyberPolicy launched its comparative site for cyber insurance in 2016, allowing small businesses to quote, compare and buy cyber insurance online in minutes. Since then, CyberPolicy has expanded its cyber insurance offerings to cover 98 percent of small businesses types with up to $250 million revenue.

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Israeli Cybersecurity Startup Morphisec Expands Operations to U.S. with Boston Office

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Israeli Cybersecurity Startup Morphisec Expands Operations to U.S. with Boston Office

Morphisec, leading developer of Moving Target Defense (MTD) cybersecurity products, today announces rapid global expansion including the opening of its U.S. operations located in Boston. Born out of Ben-Gurion University and the JVP Cyber Labs in Be’er Sheva, Israel, Morphisec

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FTC Expands Its Role In Cybersecurity Enforcement By Reviving LabMD Action

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FTC Expands Its Role In Cybersecurity Enforcement By Reviving LabMD Action

On Friday, July 29, 2016, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC” or the “Commission”) overturned the decision of one of its administrative law judges (“ALJ”) from November 2015 in a suit against LabMD, Inc., now finding LabMD liable for lax data

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New Online Tool Expands Access to School Climate Measurements – Education Week

Tracking factors like how students feel about their safety and well-being in school has been off limits to some districts. A new tool from the U.S. Department of Education will make measuring school climate widely accessible.

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Nebraska Expands Anti-Hazing Law to Cover Primary and Secondary Schools – Schooled in Sports – Education Week

Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts signed a bill into law Wednesday that expands the state’s anti-hazing regulations to elementary, middle, and high schools rather than just post-secondary institutions.

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Sullivan: Cybersecurity bill lacks teeth, expands surveillance

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Sullivan: Cybersecurity bill lacks teeth, expands surveillance

The Senate passed a controversial cybersecurity bill Tuesday night in response to calls for Congress to prevent cyber threats to the United States. This is a continuation of the debate between personal privacy and security, and a decisive victory for those who favor the latter. In a 74-21 vote, the bill — dubbed the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act, or CISA — would allow data sharing between corporations and the government on the grounds of security risks. Essentially, the data exchange would allow government access to cyber “signatures” of lower-level hackers that leave behind a digital trail of who they are and where they came from, according to The New York Times. But while the bill may seem like an effective use of government interference to safeguard vulnerable servers, CISA compromises consumers’ privacy and is merely a formality that enables higher surveillance without substantial protection. In addition, it doesn’t accomplish much of anything for the government in the first place since it was written with now-outdated hacking technology in mind. This bill, though it will tap into corporations rather than public phones, is a roundabout method of renewing Patriot Act surveillance methods that are unproductive and elusive on civilians. CISA is […]

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Agar Io Hack Updates Hack Tool To Work On All Devices, and Expands To Four Features

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Agar Io is a unique online mobile phone game in which individuals control a cell, which can eat smaller cells and be eaten by bigger cells. They must navigate a map to escape danger and hunt prey, and the more successful they are, the bigger their cell. The game has thousands of players, ensuring there is always someone bigger, which is why frustrated players look for a hack tool. Agar Io Hack (http://agar-iohack.com/) has now made their hack tool available for Windows, as well as iOS and Android, and have added new features to make it better than ever. The new version includes a map zoom functionality which allows people to get a wider view of the surrounding territory, allowing them to plan their direction and ensure they don’t run into larger predators, while locating potential targets. It also includes a speed booster, which allows people to outrun larger predators and catch up with smaller prey. This is in addition to the existing double size and invisibility features. The Windows compatibility means the hack tool can now be used on Windows phones and PCs, where an increasing number of players use the app. A spokesperson for Agar Io Hack explained, […]

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