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Celebrity uses her Instagram following to help teachers stock their classrooms with school supplies | #teacher | #children | #kids | #parenting | #parenting | #kids

Celebrity uses her Instagram following to help teachers stock their classrooms with school supplies | #teacher | #children | #kids | Parent Security Online ✕ Parent […] View full post on National Cyber Security

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Is a Bumble IPO coming to the market? Rumors say it’s. In accordance with sources, the company is talking to banks about going public. And it’s hoping to raise its […] View full post on National Cyber Security

Why the wealthy no longer doubt rally, still fear stock investing | #corporatesecurity | #businesssecurity | #

Traders work after the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on August 12, 2019 at Wall Street in New York City. Johannes Eisele | AFP | Getty […] View full post on National Cyber Security

#hacking | Turkish hackers target Greek government websites, stock exchange

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Turkish hackers claimed on Friday to have hijacked for more than 90 minutes the official websites of the Greek parliament, the foreign affairs and economy ministries, as well as the country’s stock exchange. On their Facebook page, the hackers group, Anka Neferler Tim, justified their actions […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com

#cybersecurity | #hackerspace | London Stock Exchange Outage: A Cyberattack? By Iran?

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Secret sources say a London Stock Exchange failure might have been caused by a security breach. GCHQ, the “British NSA,” is said to be investigating a possible inside job involving a bogus software update. Despite official denials, the ever-present “people familiar with the matter” are whispering […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com

CISCO #STOCK #DIPS ON POSSIBLE #RUSSIAN #HACKING

Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO) is trading lower today, after the company announced that a group of hackers have compromised more than 500,000 routers and other devices in several countries. Cisco suspects this was the work of the Russian government, and its ultimate plan was to launch a major cyber attack on Ukraine. Shares of CSCO have shed 0.8% on the news, last seen at $43.28, falling back below the 80-day moving average and pacing for their lowest close since April 13. This trendline, a previous level of support, was brought back into play by the stock’s post-earnings bear gap last Thursday.

Longer term, the networks specialist has been strong on the charts, up 36.4% over the last year. This technical success has earned the stock almost exclusively bullish attention from analysts, with 18 of the 20 in coverage saying to buy the shares. Also, the average one-year price target from this group is $49.74, which prices in upside of almost 15%.

Options traders across the International Securities Exchange (ISE), Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE), and NASDAQ OMX PHLX (PHLX) have been bullish, too. CSCO sports a 10-day call/put volume ratio of 3.07 across these exchanges, a number that ranks in the top quartile of its annual range. So not only has call buying tripled put buying, but such a preference for calls over puts is pretty rare.

It’s a similar setup in today’s trading, despite the pullback, with call volume tripling put volume, and the July 44 call coming in as the most popular. But considering Cisco has a Schaeffer’s Volatility Index (SVI) of 18%, which ranks in the low 12th annual percentile, even put buyers can at least rest assured they’re getting relatively low volatility premiums at the moment.

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Gregory Franchina Unloaded 72K Stock Of Spark Networks

FINANCIAL MAGAZINE – Oct 15 – Chief Information Officer of Spark Networks, Mr. Gregory Franchina, sold 72,079 shares, totalling $247,959. Read More….

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Two Israelis arrested in cyber hack case on US stock market

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A joint investigation by the Israeli police and the FBI resulted in the arrest of two Israelis for allegedly manipulating stock prices in the US, authorities announced on Tuesday. Israeli investigators were asked by US federal authorities to probe the suspects’ alleged involvement after information surfaced suggesting that a crime had been committed. The investigation was conducted in Israel by the cyber security department at LAHAV 433. Israeli authorities said that the arrests were made after a months-long undercover operation that was handled in coordination with the FBI. Investigators also raided the homes and offices of the suspects to gather evidence in the case. The US has requested that the two Israelis arrested in the case be extradited. The two suspects will appear before the Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday, following a request by prosecutors to extend their remand. Source: The Jerusalem Post

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Cybersecurity Investors: This Stock Could Win The Most From Rising Demand

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In a report published Wednesday, Morgan Stanley analyst Keith Weiss discussed the results of a cyber-security themed survey he conducted with more than 60 Chief Security Officers (CSOs). “Growth in security spending is expected to improve in 2015 versus 2014, with respondents reporting an average 12.8 percent growth in network security spending in 2015 versus 10.7 percent growth in 2014,” Weiss wrote. “This suggests that commercial demand for security is at least stable, if not improving, as supported by generally solid first quarter results for security vendors.” Weiss also highlighted several other key findings from the survey: Firewall refreshes are expected to downtick modestly in 2015 but refreshes remain “relatively robust” as 53 percent of respondents plan to refresh in 2016 and beyond. Spending on “next gen security solutions” is likely to accelerate as advanced malware protection and security analytics ranked at the top of the priority list for CSOs. 79 percent of respondents indicated they have or will purchase Advanced Malware Protection as part of a larger endpoint or network security suite. Spending will continue to consolidate traditional “deterministic” functionalities to free up personnel to focus on “next gen” or “probabilistic” technologies that will provide better security protection. Investment […]

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Crime fighting technology goes bush with new ‘stock squad’ app

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There has been a spike in stock theft in Queensland with 4000 head reported missing last year. Queensland Police estimate stock theft costs cattle producers between $1.5 million to $2m every year. Stock and Rural Crime Investigation Squad state co-ordinator Mick Dowie said the aim of the app was to make it easier and safer for people to report suspicious behaviour. “If you come across someone trespassing on your property or who you think is behaving suspiciously, without putting yourself at risk you can take a photo of them, particularly of the registration number,” he said. “You can send it using the app and then we’ve got that recorded straight away. “What we’re hoping to be able to do is remove some of the communication barriers for people who are in remote areas to the police and to the stock squad.” Research has found there is still an under reporting of crime in rural areas and trespassing is one of the biggest concerns people have in the industry. “So we’re trying to combat the two with one in this app,” Mr Dowie said. He said the Stock and Rural Crime Investigation Squad (SARCIS) app was located within the Policelink app, […]

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