Cyber Safety

October is National Cyber Security Month!

The world has changed so much in the past 10 years with our internet use, whether email, social media, financial, or shopping, we expose ourselves to cyber-attacks. Are you being cybersafe? Here are a few ways to tell if you are risking your cyber security. 5 Online Actions That Are Dangerous Clicking on email attachments

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Internet Explorer Bug Threatens Windows Users.

Almost four years after its younger sibling, Microsoft Edge, was born, security researchers keep finding troublesome security bugs in Internet Explorer. The most recent bug found is a proof of concept published by John Page (aka hyp3rlinx), a security researcher. The flaw takes advantage of a weakness in the way the browser deals with MHTML

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Caribou Coffee Chain Breach

One of the most popular caffeine serving businesses, Caribou Coffee, has become the target and the victim of a data breach to their Point Of Sale (POS) systems in 239 different locations, estimating to about 40 percent of all their stores. As a result of this breach, there is naturally an outbreak of concern over

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Hackers for Good and Evil

How Hackers are Developing Two Paths Hackers We often read about stories involving hackers and malware, viruses, and phishing attempts, but what hasn’t gained track yet is the concept of morally refined hackers. As if a form of balancing the world, there has been an increase in hacker activity, but not in the manner you

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School Funding Gone Missing Due to Lack of Cybersecurity

Atlantic City Schools Missing Funds Galloway Schools Lacking Cyber Security Many school district employees, including substitute teachers, totaling near 800 people were affected by a recent cybersecurity incident. This incident involved a missing amount of funds, totaling around $200,000.  As of September 27th, the Galloway School districts became aware of two fraudulent wire transfers, each

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