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Zoom has instantly become a household name, with global workers and students in COVID-19 lock down.
Bad guys are targeting users of Zoom and similar products like classroom.google.com with fake websites and malicious files in phishing emails
Some ransomware operators are promising not to attack hospitals and healthcare providers during the pandemic. Others are licking their chops.
Click below for our latest ransomware threat intelligence for healthcare providers
According to this latest study, 87% of healthcare organizations surveyed report they have insufficient IT staff and budget to improve their security posture.
Click below for our coverage of the current state of cybersecurity budgets, the risks associated with insufficient cybersecurity funding, and how to stretch your cybersecurity spending to meet security and compliance goals.
Check here to learn about organizations with recent breaches of their PNW customers' data.
This week we cover the Clearview AI hack reported in February. Clearview AI uses social media photo scraping to build a database of billions of photos which they've sold to 600 law enforcement agencies.
Learn more about facial recognition and the hack by clicking the button below
See below for news and analysis about social engineering in the time of COVID-19
Our latest story dissects an actual phishing email using a COVID-19 lure
Also see our recent investigation into phishing emails and websites disguised as legitimate Coronavirus news.
Click below for both stories.
Espionage used to be the realm of nation state diplomats and intelligence officers. The chances of an American civilian being personally attacked by a foreign agent was practically zero. This is no longer the case.
This week we provide a summary and analysis of the Crowdstrike 2020 Global Threat Report, including the latest news about the APT we love to hate: Fancy Bear
The list of hackable devices continues to grow with the expansion of the Internet of Things and the digital economy. Check here for noteworthy hacks of anything from a smart phone to a coffee maker or elevator.
Our list of unpredicted but scary device hacks continues to grow. Our latest story covers smart vacuum cleaners, which hackers can use for real time video surveillance of your private residence.
Gizmos have been a staple of hacker culture since the eighties. Here is where we showcase interesting devices that use technology in unusual and innovative ways. We also tell you about nefarious devices you need to be aware of for your protection
We couldn't resist buying the hacker favorite Baofeng UV-5R amateur home radio. For ~$30 (HAM operator’s license not included) you can buy this little guy that can communicate globally and even to the International Space Station.