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How Blockchain And IoT Is Making Our Future Smarter?

Blockchain's most significant benefit is that no authority has control over it. The advent of IoT (Internet of Things) has sped up its decentralized...

Internet Crime and Technology: Where Are We Headed?

Cybercrimes have been constantly evolving and extending across national boundaries in the 21st century. Their complexity, along with the ability of threat actors to...

3 Ways the Federal Government Is Using Technology to Advance Cybersecurity

When it comes to cybersecurity, the federal government is putting out fires every day — and it can be exhausting. Like most organizations, the...

Cybersecurity After COVID-19

In addition to the health and economic impacts of COVID-19, society had to grapple with a plethora of new and persistent cybersecurity threats. As...

Five Social Engineering Trends to Watch for 2021

Cybercrime continues to be a growing threat and attack methods constantly evolve with each passing day. At the core of almost every successful cyberattack,...

Cybersecurity Approaches in the Coronavirus Era

For a world that is beset by numerous health and economic woes, one extra challenge seems anything but fair. But from the perspective of...

Social Engineering: Life Blood of Data Exploitation (Phishing)

What do Jeffrey Dahmer, Ted Bundy, Wayne Gacy, Dennis Rader, and Frank Abigail all have in common, aside from the obvious fact that they...

Cybersecurity in Times of a Pandemic [INFOGRAPHIC]

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted global health, the economy, and social systems. From emptying office spaces to dispersing the workforce, corporates have yet ensured...

Polymorphism or Spoofed Login Pages Used to Phish Users

Ironscales, an automated phishing prevention, detection, and response provider, stated that credential theft attacks via fake or spoofed login pages and social engineering attacks...

“Unauthorized Third-Party Access Took Place” : Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI Group) has confirmed a third-party unauthorized network access to its systems located in the Nagoya region of Japan. The network...