Better to Skip the “Before” Pics

1/17/20

Just when you think hackers couldn't get any lower, they surprise us once again. Worse than a sextortion scam? Yep! This time bad actors have compromised a plastic surgeon's server (Florida MD Richard Davis) and they are going after his patients--threatening to reveal the "before" pics,...

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Power grids could be next on hacker’s agendas

1/15/20

"The number of cyber-criminal operations targeting electricity and other utilities is on the rise, according to a new report on the state of industrial control systems.” Not only do we need to worry about our security cameras, smart TVs, and local municipalities being attacked, but now there...

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Uber Making Big Changes as New Work Law Goes Into Effect

1/11/20

Uber is drastically altering their app in California to comply with the state’s new work law that makes it harder for the company to classify drivers as independent contractors. On Wednesday, Uber contacted through email over 150,000 drivers and millions of passengers to communicate the...

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Deepfakes

More Concern Over Deepfakes Technology as Apps get Creative with “Face-swap”

1/09/20

We’ve seen our photos transformed to show how we might look years into the future, the past, and edited to make ourselves more (and sometimes less) attractive. It’s possible to edit our faces in every type of media, and now ByteDance, the parent company of the highly popular app TikTok and...

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Is America looking at a potential cyberwar?

1/08/20

Given the current state of affairs in America, most citizens are probably glued to their device’s screens even more than they normally would be, come the beginning of a new decade. The beginning of this new era, however, brings with it the threat of political retaliation. The recent events...

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Is it possible to disconnect from the internet? Yes, Russia did.

1/06/20

It’s the World Wide Web for a reason, it encompasses the good, the bad, and the ugly. Tests in Russia however, have confirmed It can be effectively disconnected. The Russian government announced that through a series of long planned tests, carried out over multiple days, “it successfully...

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Why Using FREE Wi-Fi Could Ruin Your Holiday

12/24/19

In the hustle and bustle of all this holiday traveling, we tend to get swept up in the moment. Then of course, there are those of us who want to post that special moment to social media (immediately), and if you’re tight on gigs, you might have to log on to the closest accessible free...

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Electric bikes over electric cars? Predictions for the next decade of 2020s

12/20/19

With the flawless unveiling of the newest addition to the Tesla family, the Cybertruck, you’d think EV sales are set to shoot through the roof in the next decade right? Actually, if you watched the unveiling… you’re probably more surprised that Tesla has even received 250,000 pre-orders...

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A Cyber Cold War in 2020?

12/16/19

Check Point Software Technologies, a cyber security solutions provider, has released its cyber-security predictions for 2020. Checkpoint dives into the significant cyber attacks of 2019 and the technical research that will impact business in the next year, recommending strategies to help private...

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Hacker Tells Kids “It’s Santa” through Ring Camera

12/13/19

Every little kid wants to hear they are on the "nice" list from Santa, but if Santa is communicating to your kids through a smart device, someone is ending up on the "naughty" list! Recent video footage shows a hacker chatting with a young girl in her bedroom through her family's Ring camera....

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