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CyberSecurity Newsletter | May 2019


Who knew that cybercriminal organizations behave just like honest organizations? Find out more in this month’s #Cyberblog In this Issue: The Business of Cybercrime | Microsoft Outlook Email Accounts
Compromised | The Marriott Data Breach Update | Firefox Send – A Must Have Extension | Introducing Backstory: A New Cyber Security Tool for Business

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CyberSecurity Newsletter | March 2019

google password extension

Inside this Issue: Get a Business Quote Google Chrome Extension Detects Unsafe Passwords Looking at PNG Images on Your Android Phone Can Get You Hacked 2019 Tax Scams Targeting Your Small Business Online Market for Cyber Criminals Shut Down Equifax – 17 Months Later Google Chrome Extension Detects Unsafe Passwords Data breaches compromising usernames and…

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CyberSecurity Report | February 2019

apple group chat bug

Inside this Issue: Get a Business Quote Apple and the Facetime Bug Google Fined $57,000,000 for GDPR Violations Cybersecurity in 2019 – What Should We Expect? Anatomy of a Scam Cybercrime is Costing You Money   Apple and the Facetime Bug The statement “Group FaceTime chats allowed people to eavesdrop on anyone they called, a…

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Cybersecurity Report | January 2019

LA Times Cyber Threat

Inside this Issue: Get a Business Quote A New Year, New Challenges Threats to Look Out for in 2019 Florida Counties Using a New Cybersecurity System to Protect Elections Major Newspapers Affected by Cyberattacks A New Year, New Challenges Will cybersecurity be better or worse in 2019? 2018 was truly a bad year for tech…

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Cyber Security Report | December 2018

microsoft fob

Inside this Issue: Get a Business Quote – Logging in Without Passwords? The Future is Now! –
A Guide to Protecting Your Online Privacy – In The News: Cyber 9/11 Scenarios that are Worrying the Experts – When Should you Hire a Cyber Specialist? – Risky Business – Young Smartphone Users Sharing Fingerprints to Unlock Devices

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ARCW Cyber | October 2018

medical device insecurity

Inside this Issue: Medical Device Insecurity | Poor Website Designs Could Result in Legal Action | Manage IoT Devices Like Employees | Homeland Security’s New Center to Combat Cyberthreats | 5 Important Healthcare Cloud Security Factors

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Worried About Cybersecurity?

the dark web

In this issue: Worried About Cybersecurity? The Dark Web IoT Bugs and the Damage They Can Do Keeping Your Business Safe in a Cyber Threat World Cybersecurity continues to be a hot topic around the water cooler among IT professionals. It’s a major issue facing the IT department in every company. A common factor these…

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ARCW Cybersecurity | July 2018

iot medical hacks

In this issue: Get a Cyber Quote Sexual Harassment Training Meets Virtual Reality Employees – The Biggest Cybersecurity Threat Florida Fostering Cybersecurity in State Agencies Medical Device Cyberattacks Biometric Authentication Sexual Harassment Training Meets Virtual Reality Sexual harassment cases have flooded the news for many months now. It’s evident that it’s a big problem that…

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ARCW Cybersecurity | June 2018

it security pitfalls

In this Issue: IT Security Pitfalls Cybersecurity Tech Accord Is Signed! GDPR – It’s Arrived! Artificial Intelligence – Researchers Beware IT Security Pitfalls Security Magazine recently published a great article by Bill Wosilius, 5 Common Pitfalls in IT Security & How to Overcome Them. It talks about how early planning and initially making better decisions…

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Cybersecurity in the News | May 2018

a cell phone with a stethoscope attached to it

In this issue: Cybersecurity “Go-Team” for Medical Devices Goodbye Passwords? Maybe soon… More Facebook Woes Bitcoin Goes Mainstream SunTrust Possible Breach Meet the Team: Tracy Ratkiewicz, Commercial Account Manager Cybersecurity “Go-Team” for Medical Devices Medical devices are particularly vulnerable to attacks. This is partly because of the advances in technology and connectivity to the Internet,…

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