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Cyber Threat Trends to Watch in 2019

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Cyber threats continue to evolve rapidly in 2019, and that means the battle to stop and protect against them needs to adapt just as quickly, according to Matt Cullina, CyberScout’s Managing Director – Global Markets. What’s more, don’t expect to...

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Cyber Threats and Cyber Insurance Trends to Watch in 2019

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Matt Cullina, managing director of global markets at CyberScout, reveals the main cyber security threats facing companies today in Carrier Management, a trusted resource for critical information for P/C carrier executives: Cyber threats continue...

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Facebook Braces for Multibillion Dollar Fine

<a href="https://cyberscout.com/education/blog/facebook-braces-for-multibillion-dollar-fine">Facebook Braces for Multibillion Dollar Fine</a>
Facebook announced that it was preparing for a massive fine from the Federal Trade Commission for its mishandling of user privacy. The fine could be as much as $5 billion. The social media giant revealed the fine as a one-time expense in its...

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French Government App Shows Difficulties with Secure Communications

<a href="https://cyberscout.com/education/blog/french-government-app-shows-difficulties-with-secure-communications">French Government App Shows Difficulties with Secure Communications</a>
A messaging app released by the French government to secure internal communications has gotten off to a troubled start. Tchap was released in beta earlier this month as a secure messaging app exclusively for government officials. Its development...

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EU To Build Massive Biometric Database

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The European Union’s parliament voted to create a biometric database of over 350 million people. The Common Identity Repository, or CIR, will consolidate the data from the EU’s border, migration, and law enforcement agencies into one system to be...

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Facebook Acknowledges “Unintentional” Harvesting of Email Contacts

<a href="https://cyberscout.com/education/blog/facebook-acknowledges-%E2%80%9Cunintentional%E2%80%9D-harvesting-of-email-contacts"> Facebook Acknowledges “Unintentional” Harvesting of Email Contacts</a>
Facebook announced that it “unintentionally” harvested the email contacts of 1.5 million of its users without their consent. The social media company automatically uploaded the information from users who had registered with the site after 2016...

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Report Shows Major Security Holes in Banking Apps

<a href="https://cyberscout.com/education/blog/report-shows-major-security-holes-in-banking-apps">Report Shows Major Security Holes in Banking Apps</a>
A security analysis of 30 major banking and financial apps has shown major security holes and a lax approach to protecting user data. The analysis was conducted by the Aite Group, which looked at mobile apps in eight categories: retail banking,...

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Malware Infected Medical Equipment Shows Fake Tumors

<a href="https://cyberscout.com/education/blog/malware-infected-medical-equipment-shows-fake-tumors">Malware Infected Medical Equipment Shows Fake Tumors</a>
Israeli cybersecurity researchers have created malware capable of showing fake cancerous growths on CT and MRI scans. The malware, called CT-GAN, served as a proof of concept to show the potential for hacking medical devices with fake medical...

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Upcoming CyberScout Speaking Engagements in May

CyberScout will be featured in the following speaking engagements in May 2019: Dom Paci, Director of Global BreachIAPP Global Privacy SummitMay 2, 3:40-4:00 p.m. ETWashington DCOn the Little Big StageWaking the Dragon: The Evolution of Data...

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Facebook May Have Gotten Hacked, and Maybe It’s Better We Don’t Know

<a href="https://cyberscout.com/education/blog/facebook-may-have-gotten-hacked-and-maybe-it%E2%80%99s-better-we-don%E2%80%99t-know"> Facebook May Have Gotten Hacked, and Maybe It’s Better We Don’t Know</a>
Unless you live under a bottle cap rusting on the bottom of Loon Lake, you know that if you're concerned about privacy, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is the gift that keeps on taking. A week after it landed with a curious (and most likely...

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