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Election administrators across the country are vulnerable to cyberattacks that originate through malicious phishing emails, a report released Monday found. The report, compiled by cybersecurity group Area 1 Security, found that over 50 percent of election administrators have “only rudimentary or non-standard technologies” to protect against malicious emails from cyber criminals, with less than 30 […]

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Working from home is a new ‘norm’ for many organizations, but the shift toward remote work has been steadily increasing for the past decade. In fact, between 1996 and 2016 there’s been a 300% increase in the number of companies offering remote work options. Now, of course, it’s mandatory for many of us. Identify increased […]

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As the coronavirus crisis spreads worldwide, cyber-criminals and state-sponsored actors have adapted their attacks to leverage pandemic-related lures. In April, Gmail was seeing 18 million COVID-related daily malicious emails. The attacks have been evolving and the past month has revealed the emergence of regional hotspots and threats: COVID-19-related malware, phishing, and spam emails have been […]

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