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What types of data are companies collecting, and when does it stop serving us? Value exchange: The ultimate differentiator First, let’s start by assessing the process of giving away data. It’s assumed that in 2020, every person produced approximately 1.7MB of data every second. Without a doubt, a portion of this data is created – […]

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Federal law enforcement in Maryland has shut down a fraudulent website targeting immigrant communities that claimed to be for a company developing a COVID-19 vaccine. Instead, the site was stealing information from people with the purpose of using it for future cybercriminal activity. The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland, working with Homeland […]

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Two waves of global financial phishing attacks that swamped at least 50 organizations in December have delivered three new malware families, according to a report from FireEye’s Mandiant cybersecurity team. On Tuesday, the team said that they’ve dubbed the hitherto-unseen malware strains Doubledrag, Doubledrop, and Doubleback. What Mandiant called the “trifecta” spear-phishing campaign twice hit […]

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