How Corporate America keeps huge hacks secret

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans But the biggest cyberattacks, the ones that can blow up chemical tanks and burst dams, are kept secret by a law that shields U.S. corporations. They’re kept in the dark forever. You could live near — or work at — a…

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Huge increase in online child abuse investigations

As police today embark on a week-long campaign to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation, new figures show detectives are dealing with more than one case a day. Across the county, more than 1,500 referrals were made – where there are concerns for a child’s safety – last year. Of…

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A Huge Frustration for Tax Refund Victims

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans This is nothing new that people are stealing identities and then stealing their money from banks and even from tax-refund too. This gave a major start in 2013. Identity thieves are getting more creative and bold in stealing billions in tax…

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Huge recent hack attack said to target mainly Israeli servers

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans A new round of hacking attacks is being directed specifically against Israel, cyber-security giant Check Point believes. The exploit, which uses infected Microsoft Word documents to insert malicious code into a user’s computer, “appears to be politically motivated, instigated against a…

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Miami Heat: BLU launches two new phones with huge batteries

Miami is known for many things. The weather, of course, will make those living in other areas of the country quite jealous during the winter. The city is also known for its NBA team, the Miami Heat, which is expected to challenge Cleveland in the East this year. And of…

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Russian hacker admits role in huge $300m data theft scheme

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans A Russian hacker called Vladimir Drinkman has pleaded guilty to his involvement in a data breach scheme that stole 160 million credit card details from US companies and resulted in losses estimated at $300m. The US Department of Justice (DoJ) said…

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Names of 37 million cheating spouses are leaked online: Hackers dump huge data file revealing clients of adultery website Ashley Madison – including bankers, UN and Vatican staff

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Hackers today outed millions of cheating spouses using the Ashley Madison infidelity website by publishing all their personal details and sexual fantasies online. The names, ages, addresses, phone numbers and credit card details of up to 37million users including 1.2million in…

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