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Netizen Cybersecurity Bulletin (June 2nd, 2021)

Posted on 02 Jun 2021

Overview Phish Tale of the Week Self-Promoting Cybersecurity Firms Doing More Harm Than Good Almost 500,000 job openings in cybersecurity nationwide How can Netizen help? Phish Tale of the Week Phishing attempts can often target specific groups that can be exploited by malicious actors. In this instance, we see a phishing scam targeting unsuspecting FedEx ...

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Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Attack: What happened and how we move forward.

Posted on 13 May 2021

Americans on the East Coast have found themselves on the wrong end of one of the most impactful ransomware attacks this country has ever seen. The FBI reported earlier this week that a group known as DarkSide has claimed responsibility for an attack that caused the shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline. On Friday, May 7th, Colonial announced that they had halted ...

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Zero Trust Security: A new blueprint to fight cybercrime.

Posted on 30 Apr 2021

This past year was one like no other. Masks became the new fashion norm, workers traded office life for remote work, and video meetings became our main vessel for communicating with one another. While the world was busy fighting one issue, another swiftly arose. Cyber crime is on the rise across the globe. According to the F.B.I. in 2020 internet and ...

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Netizen Cybersecurity Bulletin (April 13th, 2021)

Posted on 13 Apr 2021

Overview Phish Tale of the Week 533 Million Facebook Users’ Personal Identifiable Information Leaked Online Fleecware Apps Accumulate $400M in Revenue How can Netizen help? Phish Tale of the Week Phishing attempts can often target specific groups that can be exploited by malicious actors. In this instance, we see a phishing scam targeting unsuspecting JPMorgan ...

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Microsoft Exchange Hack: What happened and what we learned.

Posted on 25 Mar 2021

On March 2nd 2021, tech giant Microsoft announced that they had uncovered major vulnerabilities in their popular mail server Microsoft Exchange. In a later statement, Microsoft announced that a Chinese-backed group known as Hafnium had begun exploiting these vulnerabilities which lead to an immediate response from Microsoft to warn all Exchange users. Shortly after this ...

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