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3 Quick Things To Do Before You Head Out For The Holidays

Chances are you and your employees are taking some well-deserved time off in the next few weeks. As a business owner or executive, you may find it tough to get away because ...

SiriusXM Flaw Unlocks Vehicles and More

A somewhat concerning flaw has been fixed by SiriusXM that would allow unauthorized individuals to unlock doors remotely and start engines by only having the vehicle identification number (VIN). Sam Curry, a ...

End-to-End Encryption for Dropbox Business Users

Dropbox has announced its plans to purchase several key assets from Boxcryptor so that it is able to provide end-to-end encryption for its business users. In addition, the partial merger between the ...

Lastest LastPass Security Incident

According to LastPass CEO Karim Toubba, the password manager has been hacked once again. A data breach occurred in the development environment only a few months ago, prompting LastPass to announce they ...

Amazon Security Lake Aims to Enhance Cybersecurity for Businesses

The new security-focused data lake solution from Amazon Web Services (AWS), unveiled at re:Invent 2022, aims to give consumers more value from their security data. The Amazon Security Lake service aims to ...

Are Your Smart Devices (Siri, Alexa, Google) Eavesdropping On You? 

Have you ever had a conversation about a topic, and then later that day you start seeing the news, and or updates about that subject, and said to yourself, “This can’t be ...

How AI is Transforming Businesses

While artificial intelligence (AI) is seen as a new phenomenon in mainstream society, it is not a new concept. As AI technologies increase, AI is becoming increasingly important for companies looking to ...

Scammers Impersonating Refund Payment Portals

The FBI warns about scammers pretending to be refund payment gateways from financial institutions to steal sensitive information from unsuspecting victims. The federal law enforcement agency stated that scammers deceive victims into ...

Twitter’s Data Leak Exposes Over 5.4 Million Users

Earlier this year, Twitter confirmed that an API vulnerability had caused a massive data leak containing non-public information for over 5.4 million Twitter users. Twitter denied claims that hackers had leaked the ...

Phishing-as-a-Service on the Rise with Caffeine

Threat actors may now launch their own sophisticated assaults thanks to the emergence of Phishing as a Service (PhaaS) platforms like "Caffeine." Through an open registration procedure, anyone who wishes to launch ...

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