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Cybersecurity news weekly roundup July 8, 2024

SAN MATEO, CA, July 8, 2024 — Cybersecurity news weekly roundup. Stories, news, politics, and events that impacted the network security industry last week. Brought to you by NetworkTigers. Volcano Demon attackers use threatening phone calls A new ransomware group, Volcano Demon, has put its own spin on cyberattacks, targeting high-ranking officials in compromised organizations with threatening phone […] The post Cybersecurity news weekly roundup July 8, 2024 appeared first on NetworkTigers News.

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20 cybersecurity tips for small to medium-sized businesses

NetworkTiger’s checklist of cybersecurity tips for small to medium-sized businesses. How many can your business check off? These cybersecurity tips are stepping stones to robust network security to safeguard your business against evolving threats. By conducting regular risk assessments, implementing strong password policies, enabling two-factor authentication, and consistently updating software, you establish a strong foundation […] The post 20 cybersecurity tips for small to medium-sized businesses appeared first on NetworkTigers News.

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Generational perspectives on cybersecurity

NetworkTigers discusses whether different generations have different perspectives on cyber security. As the internet continues to shape society, each generation has its own relationship with privacy and cybersecurity and how critically it views data breaches and leaks. It may seem likely that older generations are most at risk from scams and hackers, but data shows […] The post Generational perspectives on cybersecurity appeared first on NetworkTigers News.

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Cybersecurity news weekly roundup July 1, 2024

SAN MATEO, CA, July 1, 2024 — Cybersecurity news weekly roundup. Stories, news, politics, and events that impacted the network security industry last week. Brought to you by NetworkTigers. Apple AirPod eavesdropping exploit patched Apple has patched a troubling authentication issue affecting AirPods and Beats earbuds. CVE-2024-27867 is a bug that could allow a threat actor to eavesdrop […] The post Cybersecurity news weekly roundup July 1, 2024 appeared first on NetworkTigers News.

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How the US government safeguards data against cyberthreats

NetworkTigers discusses how the US government protects critical infrastructure and safeguards data against cyber threats. US government organizations manage a wealth of sensitive data—from Social Security numbers and tax returns to classified intelligence and critical infrastructure controls. Safeguarding this information against cyber threats is paramount, as breaches can lead to severe consequences such as service […] The post How the US government safeguards data against cyberthreats appeared first on NetworkTigers News.

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The danger of delayed notification

NetworkTigers discusses the disturbing trend of delayed notification of data breaches in multiple industries. Data breaches, ransomware attacks, and other forms of cybercrime have become so commonplace that it can be hard to keep up. According to research from Statista, in 2023, 3,205 data breaches affected more than 350 million individuals in the US. The […] The post The danger of delayed notification appeared first on NetworkTigers News.

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Cybersecurity news weekly roundup June 24, 2024

SAN MATEO, CA, June 24, 2024 — Cybersecurity news weekly roundup. Stories, news, politics, and events that impacted the network security industry last week. Brought to you by NetworkTigers. Hacker claims to have breached AMD and Apple Threat actor IntelBroker claims to have breached AMD and Apple and be in possession of “source code for internal tools, employees’ […] The post Cybersecurity news weekly roundup June 24, 2024 appeared first on NetworkTigers News.

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Think like a network architect

NetworkTigers on the role of a network architect in designing and maintaining your business network. A network architect is a highly skilled IT professional responsible for designing, implementing, and maintaining an organization’s network infrastructure. They create comprehensive network plans that support business operations and ensure robust, efficient, and scalable communication systems. Network architects play a […] The post Think like a network architect appeared first on NetworkTigers News.

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Cyberattacks in the mortgage industry

NetworkTigers discusses cyberattacks in the mortgage industry and the consequences for consumers. Several factors make the mortgage industry especially vulnerable to fraud and cybercrime. The consequences of these factors combined mean that the mortgage industry is a more lucrative and common target for cybercriminals than ever before.  Cybercrime statistics in the mortgage industry According to […] The post Cyberattacks in the mortgage industry appeared first on NetworkTigers News.

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Cybersecurity news weekly roundup June 17, 2024

SAN MATEO, CA, June 17, 2024 — Cybersecurity news weekly roundup. Stories, news, politics, and events that impacted the network security industry last week. Brought to you by NetworkTigers. Machine learning models vulnerable to attack Trail of Bits has identified a new attack method that can be used against machine learning models using the Pickle format. Called “Sleepy […] The post Cybersecurity news weekly roundup June 17, 2024 appeared first on NetworkTigers News.

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