Weekend Update

A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.


Hacked tornado warning systems leave Texans in the dark

Add this latest public warning system sabotage to a growing list of fear-and-panic-spreading hacking incidents.


You left WHAT on that USB drive?!

Nudies, taxes, and memos – oh, my! Research shows that even if we think we’ve deleted content on the sticks, we’re leaving all ...

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Guest Post – Cybercriminals Like Going Mobile Too

It’s something that we hear a lot about – mobile devices have become an integral part of our society. Can you remember the last time that you switched your phone off for the weekend? Can you even imagine not having your phone with you all the time? If you’re like most people, the idea is ludicrous. We keep everything on our phones.

It’s convenient for us – you don’t have to boot ...

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Most Americans Unaware of Personal Data Loss

Data breaches.  It seems that every week some other company is featured in the news as the latest victim.  But who really is the victim?  The company that was breached, or the people whose personal information was stolen?  Have you been affected by a data breach?  How would you know?

A recent survey published on Lexington Law ask over a thousand people whether they knew if their data ...

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Prepare For The Worst

Answer this question:  What is the worst thing that could happen, that would put me out of business?  Often, I am working with small business owners who really have no idea where to start when it comes to developing a cybersecurity program.  A really easy way to start is to prepare for the worst.  If you have thought about what are ...

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Weekend Update

A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.


Russia accused of massive GPS spoofing campaign

Russia has been hijacking signals sent by Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) systems such as GPS, researchers claim.


Spycam sex videos of 1,600 motel guests sold to paying subscribers

1,600 guests were filmed with hidden webcams that live-streamed the action. The site also sold videos.


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New Attacks Against SCADA, ICS, and Industrial Safety Control Systems

This can’t be good.  Klaxons sounding at the chemical plant only meant one thing, that the automatic safety systems were not working and that a dangerous explosion was immanent.  The explosion would release a toxic cloud of hydrogen sulfide gas that would kill everyone at the plant and hundreds of people living nearby.

A movie scene?  A spy novel plot?  Unfortunately not, this is an actual event that took place in Saudi ...

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