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#cybersecurity | #hackerspace | Integration at the Heart of Everything

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

From the day we started building Tala, we’ve been motivated to not only build the best possible product for our customers, but also to make it incredibly easy to use. 

For us, that’s meant three key things:

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*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Tala Blog authored by Aanand Krishnan, CEO and Founder of Tala Security. Read the original post at: https://blog.talasecurity.io/integration-at-the-heart-of-everything

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#cyberfraud | #cybercriminals | FBI Warns Of Scam That Will Break Your Heart And Wallet – CBS Pittsburgh

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

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#cybersecurity | #hackerspace | Privileged Access Abuse at the Heart of Latest Malicious Insider Incidents

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans While many companies spend a lot of energy protecting their business from external threats, security events initiated by insiders can be just as costly. Malicious insiders not only have intimate knowledge of corporate systems and infrastructure, but they also have something far more powerful: legitimate privileged […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com

#school | #ransomware | Hospital cyberattacks linked to heart attack deaths, study shows

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Detecting and treating a heart attack is a race against time.Reuters A rise in ransomware attacks and data breaches against hospitals across the US may account for an uptick in heart attack deaths at those hospitals, according to a new study. Ransomware attacks are a rising […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com

#cyberfraud | #cybercriminals | Working with the young and young at heart

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Greetings from the fourth floor of your Missouri Capitol. As I write this, the forecast predicts we are getting ready to experience the first signs that winter may be on us sooner than we might like. However, we live in Missouri, and this should be of no surprise with the changing of the seasons.

This last two weeks have been busy in the district and beyond. I had the honor of being the host for the Silver Haired Legislature which met here at the Capitol for its annual session. They come here to discuss issues relevant to senior citizens and come with an agenda and legislation they would like to see implemented throughout the state. Like the General Assembly, they have representatives from all over the state and are elected to either the House of the Senate. While their procedures are different from the General Assembly, there are many similarities and protocols they follow. I commend them for taking the time to meet and have thoughtful discussion on issues that affect all seniors throughout the state.

Speaking of senior citizens, Attorney General Eric Schmitt hosted a senior safety meeting in Jefferson City where he outlined some dos and don’ts with regard to internet cyber-security, phone and mail scams, and other issues seniors face. This was the last of a number of presentations the attorney general has made throughout the state and gave those in attendance some great guidelines and advice to help them protect their life savings today and in the days to come. Seniors are a very vulnerable population to these scam artists, and as time passes, they have become more sophisticated in their approach. Everyone must be cautious in giving out personal information. While this presentation was targeted to the senior population, it contained great information no matter what age group you are in. For more information, I would encourage you to visit the AG’s website at ago.mo.gov, or if you receive suspicious calls, you can call their consumer protection hotline at 800-392-8222 for information on filing a complaint.

I had the honor of speaking to a group of business owners and leaders about legislation introduced this past session and plans for the upcoming session. I shared with them my experience in the private industry as well as the not-for-profit world and how I came to being a state representative. There were many thought provoking questions from the group, and it is always good to speak to my constituents concerning issues on their minds and what their state representative can do to help find answers. If your group would like me to make a presentation, please give my office a call.

Finally, I got to visit with the next generation of leaders in our community in the form of the Cedar Hill Elementary fourth-grade classes as well as Mr. Matheny’s third-grade class at Callaway Hills. The Cedar Hills students were on a tour of the Capitol, and at the end of their tour, I had the honor of having my picture taken with them on the grand staircase. This is always fun, and I love that they are learning about their state Capitol and all the history it holds and is right here in their hometown.

The Callaway Hills class invited me to speak with them during their government week, and they came with some great questions. I talked with them about the three branches of government and what role each plays with regard to legislation. We also discussed how each branch works together to do what is best for the residents of Missouri. They even came with prepared questions for me as well as a bill for their school that they would like to see implemented school wide, which could even possibly be something that could become law throughout the entire state. I am always encouraged that our youth are learning at an early age how our government works and how each one of them can be a part and make meaningful changes in the state where they live.

As always, it is an honor to serve as your state representative and if you have any questions or concerns please reach out to my office.

State Rep. Dave Griffith, R-Jefferson City, represents the 60th District, and shares his perspective on statehouse issues twice a month.

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Guard Your Heart (And Wallet) From Scammers

There are many apps, websites and local events to help singles find their special someone. Unfortunately, scammers may be searching for a match as well. BBB warns anyone looking for love to be wary of romance scams. A Central Ohio woman reported losing $2,900 to a romance scammer she met on a popular dating site. She told BBB the scammer claimed to live in Scotland, and offered to put $11 million dollars of stock in her name. Read More….

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Don’t let a romance scam break your heart this V Day

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, fraud.org is reminding consumers – particularly those using online dating websites – to be on the lookout for scam artists running the romance scam. Online dating websites typically see a surge in sign-ups between New Year’s Day and Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re trying out online dating for the first time or just want to brush up on your romance scam detection skills, this fraud alert is for you. In 2015, NCL received more than 80 complaints from consumers who were approached by con artists seeking to defraud them through a romantic scheme. Read More….

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Young singles: Dating is not for faint of heart

There is a mantra among many young adults in the Wood River Valley: Dating here sucks. That isn’t just anecdotal. Though the last official census was in 2010, population estimates since then indicate that about 3,360 people between 22 and 36 years old live in Blaine County. More than 60 percent of that young-adult population is concentrated in Sun Valley, Ketchum and Hailey. That means about 2,044 adults between 22 and 36 are in those immediate areas. Read More….

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Protect Your Heart and Your Wallet from Online Romance Scams

Don’t Become the Victim of an Online Dating Scam The first ‘matrimonial service’ was first initiated in 1700 and in the 300-and-a-bit years since then it has since evolved into online dating. Today, with no sign of slowing down, more than 10% of American adults have used an online dating site or mobile dating app. Read More….

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