Hawaii users could be part of largest cybersecurity attack

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Yahoo may be dealing with the biggest data breach ever, after hackers steal cyberinformation from 500-million users. Some Hawaii residents may have been affected, and that could lead to fines for the tech company from The post Hawaii users could be…

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How Your WiFi Router Could Be Spying on You

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Whether it’s at your local coffee shop, at work, or in the comfort of your own home we are surrounded by WiFi signals, but did you know that your router could actually spy on you? According to The Atlantic, when The…

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Hackers could steal sensitive data just by listening to a hard drive

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans BAD NEWS on the insecurity front. Fiendish researchers have worked out and demonstrated another way to access and exploit your personals. The researchers from Cornell University warned that a thing called DiskFiltration is your new nightmare, that is if you’ve The…

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How faulty cyber security could control who’s in the White House

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans At first, the recent revelation via WikiLeaks that the Democratic National Committee exercised a bias in favor of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton against Bernie Sanders didn’t seem like a big deal. The thousands of leaked emails seemed to highlight what the…

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Google Could Lose Business Over China Hacking Claim

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans The main newspaper of China’s Communist Party accused Google on Monday of being a “political tool” used to vilify the Chinese government, saying the Internet search giant had falsely accused China of a computer hack. “Google’s accusations against China are fictitious…

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Stolen government laptops could expose taxpayers to identity theft

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans You’d think government auditors would be smart enough to secure their laptops, but they weren’t and now taxpayers’ personal information may be at risk after the computers were stolen. The Pennsylvania Revenue Department announced Tuesday that it is mailing letters to…

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