Russia inbound, hackers take a crack at Senate email

Recently announced, a Russian hacker group known as “Pawn Storm” has taken to the web for a bold attack on the Senate. In an attempt to gain email access, tensions rise in the US governments management of the continual Russian online invasions from hackers abound. This hacking group has been known for its penetration of

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McAfee twitter account hacked, cryptocurrencies may be next

Everyone knows of the virus security program McAfee, so that will make this information a little funny, but the cyber security expert John McAfee’s twitter account had been hacked. This curious turn of events had occurred in order to promote specific alternative cryptocurrencies to invest in. Last week, McAfee’t twitter account had been hacked and

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Hackers take aim at the Winter Olympics

2017 was a big year for technology and it’s hacking abusers. With the new year already in progress we were all hoping for a nice downtime from the bad news and potential dangers. Sadly that isn’t the case right now. Recently reported were attempts of maleware infection affecting those involved in the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.

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Forever 21…for the hackers with new credit card information

Hello all! We hope everyone had a nice relaxing holiday before the new year was rang in! Unfortunately during the holiday rest, someone got a little too relaxed. The known clothing company “Forever 21” was a victim of another security breach for the 2017 year. The popular clothing store had apparently been hit with malware

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Cloud security going into 2018

The cloud is becoming more and more preferred as times goes by. Data and applications are streaming to it at a faster rate every hour, and more people are deciding to turn to cloud services on a daily. There is no question as to why this is happening, the cloud services are extremely convenient and

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2018 predictions: Healthcare security breach

As we all have become aware, 2017 was a free for all when it comes to security breaches.  There were countless phishing scams, ransomware, state-sponsored attacks and new forms of attacks that all made headlines and shook us to our boots. However 2018 means a new year and a new us! Right? Well we hope

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2018 security expenses expected to rise in response to 2017

2017 was full of news on companies and corporations that had security breaches, and the effects on the masses that would follow because of them. Because of this hard pressed security year, it is expected that in 2018, the total expenses on security spending will rise, by about an estimated 8%. A research firm known

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