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When Social Media Superpowers Fall into the Wrong Hands – Examining the July Twitter Hack

Barack Obama, Elon Musk, Kanye West, Bill Gates, Joe Biden, Apple, and Uber: They are all household names, combined they have over 200 million followers on Twitter, and all on one day, each had their Twitter accounts compromised.  On Wednesday, July 15th, high-profile Twitter accounts began posting similarly worded tweets asking followers to hand over…

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Ways To Protect Data While Employees Work Remotely

As organizations encourage their employees to work remotely to prevent the spread of COVID-19, they may be taking on additional or unknown cyber risks as well. The most experienced hackers know how to take advantage of national incidents to conduct very effective phishing and social engineering campaigns. Allowing employees to access sensitive corporate data from…

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Cybersecurity Insurance, Why You Need It and What You Need to Know Before You Get It

$3.92 million. That’s the cost of an average data breach in 2019, according to IBM’s Cost of a Data Breach Study. For small businesses, those with less than 500 employees, the cost of successful cyberattack is particularly chilling. For these types of organizations, a breach can cost more than $2.5 million on average. So, for any leader who believes his or her organization is too small to be…

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