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Browser Security & Productivity: Silo Browser Beats Chrome, Georgetown Study Confirms
2017: Fraud and ID Theft Reported to the FTC
The FTC takes in reports from consumers about problems they experience in the marketplace. This new report highlights 2017's fraud and ID theft trends:
2017 in Review: Data Breach Statistics and Trends
A quick reference for use in planning and presentations in 2018: http://bit.ly/2DEEytW
Excellent. “Things cannot be hacked if they cannot be reached.”
Embrace the web without letting it in.
As a citizen of a world in which digital technology is increasingly integrated into all objects — not just phones but also cars, baby monitors and so on — it is past time to panic, writes Zeynep Tufekci.
Authentic8 company statement on Meltdown and Spectre -
That specialty retailer website you found online? Its lack of cybersecurity could come back to bite you.
'Tis the Season for Increased Cybersecurity Vigilance
Here's All The Data Collected From You As You Browse The Web.
Hint: the "incognito" mode won't help much.
http://bit.ly/2AIQ7AL (via Gizmodo)
A Quarter of Phishing Attacks are Now Hosted on HTTPS Domains: Why?
The green URL padlock merely means that the site owner has acquired a certificate and that the connection is secure. The site may well (still) harbor malicious code.
http://bit.ly/2AIEI3R - via PhishLabs
Your cyber security posture is right of boom.
Whether you're focused on IT or national security, exploits and data loss incidents put your mission at risk. Your... current tools assess and analyze content after it's breached your network - they all work right of boom. It's only a matter of time until boom happens to you. Don't let it. getleftofboom.com
Just kidding. Anyway, it was a close call:
"Open Up a New Browser..."
...and re-type the URL - that's one of the tips this reporter has if you receive emails with links that you don't fully trust.
There's a better way: Cyber Monday is a great day to start using - and point friends and family to - Silo. Tell them to try secure remote browser that blocks ALL web-borne threats....
It's free for 30 days (no credit card required).
Uber concealed hack of 57 million accounts for more than a year