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Cyber 06.26.2020

Mozilla to Block Malicious Downloads in Firefox

To combat the latest cyber-security threats, the company Mozilla stated that its newest version of its Firefox web browser will incorporate an updated malware-blocking service that will verify signatures for the application downloads. If signed,…
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Mozilla to Block Malicious Downloads in Firefox
Cyber 06.25.2020

Why SMEs are Expanding Cyber Insurance Budgets

During this time of uncertainty, industries are particularly vulnerable to cyber breaches. Last year alone, ransomware targets forfeited over $1.3 billion to hackers, including high-profile victims like hospitals, airlines and retailers. However, small businesses are…
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Why SMEs are Expanding Cyber Insurance Budgets
Cyber 06.25.2020

Twitter Data Leak Exposes Clients

Twitter has just informed their business clients of a potential data breach include phone numbers, email addresses, and card numbers that may have been exposed by hackers. Billing information viewed on Twitter Ads or Twitter…
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Twitter Data Leak Exposes Clients
Cyber 06.24.2020

Malicious Chrome Extensions Downloaded Millions of Times

Google has deleted scores of fake and malicious Chrome extensions used in a devastating global eavesdropping effort. Identified by Awake Security, the threat was found in 111 of malicious extensions over the last three months….
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Malicious Chrome Extensions Downloaded Millions of Times
Cyber 06.23.2020

FEMA Employee Indicted for Medical Center Hacking

A Michigan man has been charged with hacking into the database of a medical center and swiping over 65,000 employee information. Justin Sean Johnson, an IT Specialist at the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) was…
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FEMA Employee Indicted for Medical Center Hacking
Cyber 06.23.2020

Cancer Care Data Breach Involves 55k Patients

Cancer Care Group, one of the largest privately-owned radiation oncology programs in the United States, has suffered from a serious data breach that swiped patient names and addresses, social security numbers, dates of birth, insurance…
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Cancer Care Data Breach Involves 55k Patients
Cyber 06.22.2020

North Korean COVID-19 Phishing Scandal Targets US

Security experts are sounding the alarm on a multi-country North Korean phishing effort created to sponge off of government COVID-19 bail-out initiatives. Pyongyang’s Lazarus Group’s latest operation is designed to “impersonate government agencies, departments, and…
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North Korean COVID-19 Phishing Scandal Targets US
Cyber 06.22.2020

Bank of America Discovers Data Breach in PPP Application Process

Bank of America Corporation has informed its customers of a serious data breach affecting those who have applied for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).  On April 22, client information was left vulnerable when the bank…
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Bank of America Discovers Data Breach in PPP Application Process
ERISA 06.18.2020

SCOTUS Rules Pensioners in Fully-Funded Plans Cannot Sue

On Monday, in a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that plan participants of defined benefit plans not underfunded do not have legal standing to sue plan fiduciaries for claims of…
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SCOTUS Rules Pensioners in Fully-Funded Plans Cannot Sue