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When Filing Taxes This Year, Apply for an Identity Protection PIN

When Filing Taxes This Year, Apply for an Identity Protection PIN

Taxpayers filing in 2021 are now eligible for one-time use identity protection PIN from the Internal Revenue Service.

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Hacker Allegedly Attempts to Poison Florida City’s Drinking Water

Hacker Allegedly Attempts to Poison Florida City’s Drinking Water

We’ve long known that systems and utilities are a target for hackers, but revelations like the one in Florida should give us all pause, as it may just be the start of a deadly escalation in the hacker’s playbook. An unidentified threat actor attempted to poison a Florida city by hacking into its water treatment system, officials announced Monday.

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Apple Urges iOS Users to Update to Latest Version

Apple Urges iOS Users to Update to Latest Version

Uninstalled updates to software or firmware are one of the most common ways people are compromised by hackers. Following the discovery of multiple security issues, Apple is urging iPhone, iPad, and iPod users to update to the latest version of its operating system, iOS 14.4. The prod from Apple should not be ignored

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New Whitepaper Focuses on Cyber Insurance in 2021

New Whitepaper Focuses on Cyber Insurance in 2021

Insurance Business America released a whitepaper on the state of cyber insurance seen through the lens of the prevailing cyber threats of 2020, and how insurers, brokers, and their clients can take advantage of the growing cyber market to achieve maximum productivity in 2021. The whitepaper experts included Cyberscout Chief Marketing Officer Jeremy Barnett, Resilience Insurance Executive Vice President and Global Chief Underwriting Officer Emy R. Donavan, CFC Underwriting Executive Vice President Shannon Groeber, and Cowbell Cyber CEO and Founder Jack Kudale.

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What Happens when a Cyber Threat Hits your Business but your Policy doesn’t Cover it?

What Happens when a Cyber Threat Hits your Business but your Policy doesn’t Cover it?

Businesses face a multitude of cyber risks in this dynamic time, from faulty wire transfers to social engineering, ransomware attacks to system compromises. But keeping up with the latest threats means your security posture and your cyber coverage also need to be up to date.

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Expect Many of 2020's Cyberthreats to Continue Into 2021

Expect Many of 2020's Cyberthreats to Continue Into 2021

The threat landscape of cybersecurity changes daily, with hackers and cybersecurity professionals in a perpetual cat-and-mouse chase; hackers discover new ways to infiltrate and exploit their targets, and the cybersecurity industry looks for vulnerabilities, tries to anticipate new threats and responds when cyber security issues arise.

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Federal Agencies Breached by Suspected Russian Hack

Federal Agencies Breached by Suspected Russian Hack

The email systems of several government agencies including the U.S. Departments of Treasury and Commerce were breached and monitored by foreign actors most likely connected to the Russian government, the Trump administration acknowledged December 13, 2020. “Highly sophisticated” threat actors were apparently able to compromise authentication protocols used by Microsoft’s Office suite of applications, including Word, Outlook, and Excel, according to the Washington Post

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This Holiday Season, Take the Time to Protect Yourself From Cybercrime

This Holiday Season, Take the Time to Protect Yourself From Cybercrime

The holiday season is one of the busiest times of the year for scammers and hackers. Shoppers and philanthropists are both easier targets during the busy holiday season. The Covid-19 pandemic has meant increased virtual visits with loved ones, and of course remote work. The number of people willing to use their personal devices for holiday shopping has also increased as a result of the pandemic.

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New Cyberthreats for 2021

New Cyberthreats for 2021

The threat landscape of cybersecurity changes daily, with hackers and cybersecurity professionals in a perpetual cat-and-mouse chase; hackers discover new ways to infiltrate and exploit their targets, and the cybersecurity industry looks for vulnerabilities, tries to anticipate new threats and responds when cyber security issues arise.

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How to Protect Against Malware and Scams While Shopping Online During the Holiday Season

How to Protect Against Malware and Scams While Shopping Online During the Holiday Season

Pre-Covid online shopping was already expected to continue its increase in 2020, but with more customers avoiding the typical Black Friday crowds, this holiday season is set to break online sales records. A recent survey, commissioned by Cyberscout and conducted online by The Harris Poll among over 2,000 U.S. adults, found that 84 percent of consumers plan to shop online for the holidays this year, with 23 percent of them reporting that they are likely to shop through a social media platform.

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