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Republicans & the FTC’s Data Privacy Rules, Social Engineering & Gov Workers: November 2022 Newsletter

November 29, 2022
In the November 2022 edition of our business privacy newsletter, you’ll find our take on: Republican Senators Asking the FTC to Back off New Data Privacy and Surveillance Rules; The Increase of Social Engineering Attacks on Government Work…

The Link Between Weak Passwords, Data Breaches, and Data Brokers

November 3, 2022
Cybercriminals use automated tools to find and exploit weak and reused employee credentials and break into corporate accounts and networks. In 2019, almost a third of ransomware infections were the result of weak passwords. According to Securi…

Executive Orders, Russian Ransomware Gangs & Social Account Takeovers: October 2022 Newsletter

October 26, 2022
In the October 2022 edition of our business privacy newsletter, you’ll find our take on: The New Executive Order Allowing Europeans to Complain to the U.S. About Data Collection; Russian Ransomware Gangs; Malicious Social Account Takeovers; …

OSINT: How Cybercriminals Use Open Source Intelligence for Social Engineering

October 21, 2022
Reconnaissance is where most cyber attacks start. Open-source intelligence (OSINT) is a powerful, free, and common way for cybercriminals to conduct reconnaissance. In a 2021 interview with the YouTube channel Russian OSINT, a member of the ra…

10 Ways to Reboot Your Privacy at Work

October 3, 2022
When personal data is out there on the open web it can lead to privacy and security incidents at work that open you—and your company—up to risk. For cybersecurity awareness month, we’re offering tips on rebooting your privacy at work. Video Me…

CA’s ADCA, Uber Breach, Location Data Brokers: September 2022 Newsletter

September 28, 2022
In the September 2022 edition of our business privacy newsletter, you’ll find our take on: The Signing of California’s ‘Age-Appropriate Design Code Act’ (ADCA)The Uber Hack, Employee PII, and Personal DevicesWhy Location-Data Brokers are Curre…

Three Lessons from the Uber Breach

September 22, 2022
On the 15th of September, 2022, Uber announced that it was hacked. Speaking to The New York Times, Sam Curry, a software security engineer at Yuga Labs, “They [the hacker] pretty much have full access to Uber. This is a total compromise, from…

Operational Security And Remote Work: The Role of Employees and Their PII

September 13, 2022
Whatever way you look at it, the move to remote and hybrid working has not been good for corporate cybersecurity. But the most dangerous threats from shifting workplace locations are not necessarily the most obvious ones. In a recent webinar, …

Privacy vs. Identity Protection: What’s the Difference?

August 31, 2022
An employee’s home address, phone number, date of birth, or even how much money they make are all parts of their personally identifiable information (PII) footprint. When this PII falls into the wrong hands, it fuels a wide range of personal and …

Regulatory Roundup, Twilio/ Cloudflare Social Engineering Attacks: August 2022 Newsletter

August 29, 2022
In the August 2022 edition of our business privacy newsletter, you’ll find our take on: Regulatory Roundup: Interest Groups Take Competing Sides on ADPPA; FTC Begins Process for Privacy Rule-MakingTwilio and Cloudflare hit by Social Engineerin…

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