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The US has taken one more step in its war on cybercrime. Senators Kirsten Gillibrand, Democrat of New York, and Orrin Hatch, Republican of Utah, introduced the International Cybercrime Reporting and Cooperation Act. According to a press release about the … Continue reading

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During these tough economic times, scam artists are taking advantage of job seekers by offering alluring opportunities via emails, websites and advertisements  – from get rich quick schemes to work from home ploys. While job postings using phrases such as … Continue reading

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USB drives and external hard drives are useful tools for backing up data or transporting files from one computer to another. Yet research shows that many people are careless with these devices. A study conducted in London and New York … Continue reading

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As rates of cybercrime continue to increase exponentially, law enforcement agencies will have to enhance their cyber-defenses to effectively fight online attacks. New technologies promise to play an important role in this battle for cybersecurity.  The Federal Office Systems Exposition … Continue reading

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These days the threat of online attacks is a major concern for any business as the rate of cybercrime continues to skyrocket. Yet, hackers aren’t the only online danger about which companies now have to worry. In the face of … Continue reading

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If you’re a tech savvy consumer, you probably know the do’s and don’t’s of safe surfing on the internet. Taking precautions like purchasing premium antivirus software and educating yourself about common online scams can help prevent identity theft. Yet, a … Continue reading

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