The Ultimate Guide to Internet Safety – Part 2

Kelly Bowers from the Internet Advisor sent me this post to share with my readers.  This is the second of two parts.  Part one published yesterday.

How to Stay Safe

Clearly, the internet is a minefield. But just like any minefield, it can be plenty safe so long as you know where to step.

We can’t tell you how to completely avoid getting into trouble online, but if you follow these steps, you will significantly reduce the number of risks ...

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The Ultimate Guide to Internet Safety – Part 1

Kelly Bowers from the Internet Advisor sent me this post to share with my readers.  This is the first of two parts.  Part two will publish tomorrow

The internet has undoubtedly unlocked a whole new world for us. It’s now possible to shop for goods in global marketplaces, talk to people from other parts of the world, stream videos wherever you are, and share your thoughts and feelings with whoever is willing to listen.

However, while the internet has ...

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Weekend Update

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


Guidance on Sharing Cyber Incident Information

Original release date: April 7, 2022

CISA’s Sharing Cyber Event Information Fact Sheet provides our stakeholders with clear guidance and information about what to share, who should share, and how to share information about unusual cyber incidents or activity.

CISA uses this information from partners to build a common understanding ...

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Weekend Update

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


You can’t keep quiet when you’re hacked anymore

If you try to hide that your business has been hacked or you’ve paid ransomware, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency would like a word with you.

One of the dirty little secrets of many businesses, perhaps even most, is that far more of them than ever admit to it ...

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Is Russia Ready To Turn Out Our Lights?

By Bob Weiss

CISA issued a bulletin last week (see below) about Russian capabilities to attack the US energy sector.  I have been warning about this danger since 2016, when I read Ted Koppel’s book Lights Out.  The timeframe of the current alert (2011 to 2018) coincides with the Obama/Biden Administration, interestingly enough.  Not the Trump administration though ...

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