Weekend Update

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


Life after lockdown: Your office job will never be the same–here’s what to expect

A near-future look at what office life may become, according to changes make at the offices of property company Cushman-Wakefield.  When you return to the office everything will look very different, and that’s just the beginning of a set of changes to how ...

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Anyone Can Buy DIY Malware Kits

If you think it seems like there is more activity, attacks, and exploits from cyber-criminals and other bad actors, you may be right.  Malware exploits can be easily bought online as kits complete with installation assistance and technical support.  Just as the business web is moving everything to “The Cloud” with AaaS (Anything as a Service), the denizens of the Dark ...

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Take a Tour of the Dark Web Online

I am scheduled to take anyone interested on a Tour of the Dark Web, on Monday May 11 starting at 6:30 pm.  The Tour is being sponsored by Stillwater Community Education and offered on the Zoom platform.  You can register for the Tour here.  The class fee is $34.00.

Is the “Dark Web” just filled with Internet scammers, criminals, drug dealers and weapons merchants? The Dark Web is ...

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Savvy Cybersecurity and Tour of the Dark Web Online Courses Offered – Sign Up Now

I am returning to Stillwater Community Education after a five year absence, and will be offering my Cybersecurity course and a new Tour of the Dark Web.  These courses will utilize the Zoom online teaching and meeting platform

Savvy Cybersecurity

Did you know that over 90% of password theft, identity theft and malware infections start with a fake phishing email sent to your Inbox? Would you like to learn ...

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