CitadelOnSecurity Dr. Stan Stahl — President of Citadel Information Group and #SecureTheVillage — Discusses the California Consumer Privacy Act #CCPA and #ReasonableSecurityPractices with Larry Marino on Sunday Morning Newsmakers: The California Consumer Privacy Act which kicks-in on January 1, 2020 gives consumers a whole new set of privacy rights. It will also have a controversial Read More
Individuals at Risk Cyber Privacy Amazon Workers Are Listening to What You Tell Alexa. A global team reviews audio clips in an effort to help the voice-activated assistant respond to commands: Tens of millions of people use smart speakers and their voice software to play games, find music or trawl for trivia. Millions more are Read More
Individuals at Risk Cyber Privacy Family finds hidden camera livestreaming from their Airbnb in Ireland: After arriving at their Airbnb in Cork, Ireland, a family from New Zealand made an unsettling discovery: a hidden camera, livestreaming from the living room. CNN, April 5, 2019 Identity Theft Georgia Tech reveals data breach, 1.3 million records exposed: Read More
Given the important role of aggressive vulnerability management in an effective information security management program, you would think that IT departments and the IT / MSP vendor community would keep the networks they manage well-patched and updated. Unfortunately, this doesn’t seem to be the case. Citadel recently analyzed internal network vulnerability scans we’ve done over Read More
Individuals at Risk Cyber Privacy Spyware app exposes private photos, hosting provider steps in. From the story: “It’s difficult to imagine a more egregious breach of privacy, or a less forgivable lack of response on the developers’ part”: A hosting company took down a database operated by a spying app this week after it was Read More
Individuals at Risk Cyber Privacy FEMA ‘major privacy incident’ reveals data from 2.5 million disaster survivors: The Federal Emergency Management Agency shared personal addresses and banking information of more than 2 million U.S. disaster survivors in what the agency acknowledged Friday was a “major privacy incident.” The Washington Post, March 22, 2019 Cyber Defense Why Read More
Email Hacks Bypass MFA. How Hackers Stole $20M from Mexican Banks. Cyber Crime and Ransomware Attacks. Electronic Voting Machines. Facebook’s Privacy Constitution. Fake Android Antivirus. Bootlegged Ariana Grande Spreads Malware. Complying with CCPA and GDPR. The Challenge of Unintended Inferences. Tech-Worker Activism. Beto O’Rourke: The First Hacker Presidential Candidate. Cyber Humor.
National Consumer Protection Week. Reaction to Facebook’s New Privacy Vision. Cyber-Cleaning Your Car. Equifax Continues to be Cybersecurity Challenged. Cybersecurity in M&A. GDPR. California Consumer Privacy Act. Cybersecurity = Customer Trust. Mobile Security Report. Women in Cybersecurity. Cyber Humor. Your Android Under Attack. Citrix Breached. Ransomware Costs Rise 21%. SecureTheVillage March Webinar.
National Consumer Protection Week. TikTok pays record fine. Amazon Ring vulnerability. Ransomware protection. Fake Google reCAPTCHA. Getting HR involved. Cyber Humor. CA Consumer Privacy Act. Economic risk from cyber attack. Hackers loving social networks. Payroll provider falls victim to ransomware. Cyber espionage from North Korea. Inadequate election machine security. Cyber command disrupted Russian troll factory on election day. DNC issues cybersecurity guidance. Russia convicts two for sharing info with U.S.
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