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Cybercriminals target remote workers during pandemic

Practical protocols businesses can do to prevent, respond to cyberattacks
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04/01/2020

YARMOUTH, Maine—As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, the current cybercrime landscape is focused on businesses of all sizes as more and more employees are working from home per government protocols to contain, control and remedy the virus.

Weak passwords and ransomware infections go hand-in-hand

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Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Did you know … the first ransomware attack happened in 1989 by Joseph L. Popp, a Harvard-trained evolutionary biologist?

100 Women in 100 Days Cybersecurity Career Accelerator announces next class

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11/21/2019

SACRAMENTO, Calif.—The free cybersecurity training and accreditation program, 100 Women in 100 Days (100w100d), founded and managed by Sacramento-based cyber risk consulting firm, Inteligenca, will help another 100 students reboot their careers at Japan’s Saya University.

What images and color(s) represent the word ‘cybersecurity’?

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Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Some studies have found that the human brain actually processes words by recognizing each word heard through the ears and seen with the eyes as an individual picture. I know when I’m listening to a podcast or lecture, the radio, reading something, etc.

Are you and your company ready for a cyberattack or data breach?

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Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Kind of like the once elusive sound of a car alarm in a packed parking lot in the 80s to the flooded number of parked cars with car alarms today, as is the discussion of cyberattacks, cybercrimes, data breaches and such. 

Cybersecurity pledge signed by over 20 countries

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09/27/2019

YARMOUTH, Maine—As ink was flying and signatures made on Monday, September 23, on the Joint Statement on Advancing Responsible State Behavior in Cyberspace, representing the 27 countries committed to upholding this international rules-based order, an evolving framework that guides responsible state behavior in cyberspace, memories resurfaced of my dad and grandmother, both of whom never got to see, much less interact with, the Web.

5 important facts you need to know about the Texas-based ransomware attacks

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Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Whomever is the culprit for all these ransomware attacks on local U.S. government entities sure is getting a ton of notoriety in the media.

New tech holds the key to stopping cybercrime, study finds

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Tuesday, February 12, 2019

You don’t have to look too hard to find a sobering example of cybercrime, as it's as pervasive as ever these days, even on the national level with recent reports that cyber criminals have acc