Cyber security can get personal

Cyber Security Can Get Personal!

In 2013, Brian Krebs taught someone a lesson in cyber security. He had earned the unwanted attention of a man calling himself The Fly, or Flycracker, later revealed to be a 26-year-old career thief named Sergey Vovnenko. Krebs tracked Vovnenko to a forum where he brokered the sale of credit card information. Krebs found out that Vovnenko was going to do his best to damage Krebs’s reputation - maybe even land him in jail. The plan was to have … [Read More...]

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Kaspersky Security Firm Admits it Was Hacked

Kaspersky, one of the largest cyber-security firms in the world confirmed that it had been hacked. According to the company, the sophisticated attack stayed away from user information and focused instead on Kaspersky’s own systems and intellectual property. The company has since fixed the hole that allowed for the attack. Kaspersky Lab CEO and founder Eugene Kaspersky wrote, “We discovered an advanced attack on our own internal networks. It was … [Read More...]

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Top Three Cyber Security Tips

Ryan Collins, 36, of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, was sentenced on Thursday to 18 months in prison for his role in leaking private nude photos of celebrities he found by illegally accessing their Google and Apple accounts. He is one of three men who has been convicted of leaking private celebrity photos, and is personally responsible for illegally accessing more than 100 accounts, prosecutors said. In total, the nude photo leak investigation … [Read More...]

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Cyber Security Can Get Personal!

In 2013, Brian Krebs taught someone a lesson in cyber security. He had earned the unwanted attention of a man calling himself The Fly, or Flycracker, later … [Read More...]

Cyber Security Can Get Personal!

In 2013, Brian Krebs taught someone a lesson in cyber security. He had earned the unwanted attention of a man calling himself The Fly, or Flycracker, later revealed to be a 26-year-old career thief named Sergey … [Read More...]

Five Ways to Combat Cyber Crime

Like most theft, cyber crime tends to follow the path of least resistance.  For paid security monitoring for your website, contact Trust Guard. They'll help you combat cyber crime by scanning your website for … [Read More...]

Gambling with Your Website’s Security

Let's face it. We love gambling. There is a thrill in risk taking that isn't found anywhere else. The anticipation of possibly guessing right gives us an emotional high. The possibility of failure outweighs the … [Read More...]