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Getting the Word Out: How Cyber Security Marketers Can Respond to Major Cyber Attacks

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

As we head into the second half of 2017, cyber attacks and security breaches are increasing in both size and frequency. For example, information from the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section of the U.S. Department of Justice shows that more than 4,000 ransomware attacks occurred every day in 2016,…

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Karamba Is Writing Software to Keep Your Connected Car from Getting Hacked

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

With cars becoming more connected and autonomous, cybersecurity is a constant worry for automakers. They dread the likelihood of intrusions into the connected car from hackers, terrorists, extortionists, and thieves (see “Your Future Self-Driving Car Will Be Way More Hackable”)—not to mention the random 12-year-old with mischief in mind. Apprehensions…

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IRS is getting better at helping identity theft victims

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IRS is getting better at helping identity theft victims

The Internal Revenue Service is making strides in assisting victims of tax-related identity theft more promptly and making fewer errors on cases, thanks to a more centralized approach, according to a new government report. The report, from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, found the IRS has improved its…

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Billings cyber security businesses getting busier in the wake of global WannaCry virus

A cyber attack that spread ransomware across the globe managed to disable computer networks and strike panic in private businesses and government agencies. But by one measure, the WannaCry attack was a dud. The perpetrators of the virus — some are pointing fingers at hackers in North Korea — demanded that their victims pay ransom […] View full post on National Cyber Security Ventures

Silver: The Mature Dating App Is Getting An Overwhelming Response

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Starbucks App Users Are Getting Hundreds Stolen From Their Bank Accounts

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Starbucks App Users Are Getting Hundreds Stolen From Their Bank Accounts

For serious Starbucks go-ers, their mobile app makes paying for your Grande iced coffee easy as can be — but users who chose to link their Starbucks account to their banks are finding themselves victims of a major scam. A reporter at Buzzfeed explained that last week she received an email saying that she had reloaded $100 onto her Starbuck …

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Millennials, popular dating apps might have increased your risk of getting STDs, experts say

Over 1.5 million people dated last week thanks to dating app Tinder, according to company stats. It’s hard to say how many of them took it farther than first base, but public health officials say one thing is certain: dating apps are quickly becoming the primary way partners connect. The rise of online dating has correlated with another more disturbing trend: STD rates are also very much on the rise in the U.S. The total combined cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis reported in 2015, the most recent year for which data are available, rose to the highest numbers ever in the U. Read More….

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CHILDLINE: CHILD ABUSE IS GETTING THE ATTENTION IT DESERVES

JOHANNESBURG – Childline South Africa says the conviction of an Ekurhuleni man charged with distributing child pornography is a step in the right direction towards achieving justice.

On Monday, Warren Troy Knoop was handed 32 life sentences and 170 years in prison for crimes including raping a minor.

Knoop had pleaded guilty to all charges and admitted to molesting one of his victims when she was just a year old.

The children’s group says it’s pleased to see that child abuse is getting the attention it deserves.

Dumisile Nala, Childline’s national director, says, “What we see through the media is that child pornography is a big thing and it’s beyond the borders.

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Guy Reveals Bumble BFF Hack His Wife Is Using To Cheat Without Getting Caught

When dating apps first started to become popular, I was in a longterm relationship. I’ll admit, I was a bit curious as to what was out there. But the overwhelming guilt I felt for just being curious was enough to prevent me from downloading it. There was even a time where an ex dumped me, but we were in the tricky situation where we were still hooking up, I drunkenly downloaded Tinder — and then deleted it after two left swipes because of the soul-crushing guilt. Read More….

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He promised them ‘true, enduring love.’ Instead, he’s getting 27 years in prison.

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

He promised them ‘true, enduring love.’ Instead, he’s getting 27 years in prison.

A 33-year-old Nigerian man was sentenced to 27 years in prison in Southern Illinois for promising women across the country — including several in St. Louis — the love of their lives and then extracting more than $1. Read More….

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