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Viral FaceApp Poses Privacy Risk to Children

<a href="https://cyberscout.com/education/blog/viral-faceapp-poses-privacy-risk-to-children">Viral FaceApp Poses Privacy Risk to Children</a>
If you’ve been on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and doubtless other social platforms over the past few days, you have probably seen pictures of friends and acquaintances in Rip van Winkle mode having aged many years, or perhaps you peeped someone...

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Canadian Credit Union Desjardins Data Breached by Employee

<a href="https://cyberscout.com/education/blog/canadian-credit-union-desjardins-data-breached-by-employee">Canadian Credit Union Desjardins Data Breached by Employee</a>
Canadian financial institution Desjardins reported a data breach that compromised the personal information of 2.7 million customers and 173,000 businesses. The compromised data included names, addresses, birthdates, social insurance numbers,...

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Putting Our Best Foot Forward with Race to a Million

Putting Our Best Foot Forward with Race to a Million

Our NebraskaLand National Bank “Race to a Million” started as a wellness initiative, but then it morphed something bigger and better: a community-minded well-being program.

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Infographic: A new approach to claims handling

<a href="https://cyberscout.com/education/blog/infographic-a-new-approach-to-claims-handling">Infographic: A new approach to claims handling</a>
Evolving cyber coverages require carriers to be more nimble to manage costs and maintain service levels. For insurance carriers to keep pace with the ever-changing cyber coverage environment, it's important to gain better clarity around the...

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Tech Giants Are Using Children's Online Data Like It's 1999 (or '98, to Be More Precise)

<a href="https://cyberscout.com/education/blog/tech-giants-are-using-childrens-online-data-like-its-1999-or-98-to-be-more-precise">Tech Giants Are Using Children's Online Data Like It's 1999 (or '98, to Be More Precise)</a>
While there is significantly more to be done to protect our data, consumers have never been better apprised of the imperiled state of their privacy. That said, it’s still an acute problem. The air travel equivalent would be when the cabin...

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Google Employees Are Eavesdropping on Customers

<a href="https://cyberscout.com/education/blog/google-employees-are-eavesdropping-on-customers">Google Employees Are Eavesdropping on Customers</a>
Google employees and subcontractors are listening to recordings gleaned from Google Home smart speakers and the Google Assistant smartphone app. A report from Belgian news outlet VRT NWS showed that Google regularly uses staff and subcontractors...

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Compromise by Proxy? Why You Should Be Losing Sleep Tonight

<a href="https://cyberscout.com/education/blog/compromise-by-proxy-why-you-should-be-losing-sleep-tonight-0">Compromise by Proxy? Why You Should Be Losing Sleep Tonight</a>
If you've heard of the medical bill collector American Medical Collections Agency (AMCA), it's probably not because you saw an ad on TV. Most likely you heard about its supernova-level mismanagement of cybersecurity, or you read that, as a...

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British Airways Faces Record GDPR Fine

<a href="https://cyberscout.com/education/blog/british-airways-faces-record-gdpr-fine">British Airways Faces Record GDPR Fine</a>
The 2018 data breach of British Airways may prove to be a record-breaking data compromise with the announcement of a newly proposed $230 million fine. The U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) proposed the fine under the European Union...

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Two Russians Accused of Election Interference Arrested in Libya

In international election security new, the Libyan government arrested two men with ties to a Russian troll farm. They are accused of working to influence elections in Libya and various African countries. Personal property seized from the...

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Prison Time for Former Equifax Executive

<a href="https://cyberscout.com/education/blog/prison-time-for-former-equifax-executive">Prison Time for Former Equifax Executive</a>
The former CIO of Equifax has been sentenced to prison for selling his stock in the company before news of its 2017 data breach was publicly announced. Jun Ying, the former Chief Information Office of Equifax U.S. Information Solutions, sold his...

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