Timepieces were once the exclusive preserve of the wealthy, but transcontinental railroads, Mark Twain, and the Ingersoll brothers made timekeeping affordable for everyone with the One Dollar Watch. Now just one more thing the smartphone killed off. From the Smithsonian.
The county could only claw back some of the $2,504,601 it paid to a scammer posing as a contractor working on building a new high school.
Crooks don’t have to break *into* your network to benefit – they can bounce *off* it so you take the blame and look like a hacker yourself.
It’s no longer enough to be wary of flash-in-the-pan “lovers” who ask you to send money; now they’re asking you to open accounts for them.
Original release date: August 1, 2019
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) has published NIST Cybersecurity Practice Guide: Multifactor Authentication for E-Commerce. The guide provides e-commerce organizations multifactor authentication (MFA) protection methods they can implement to reduce fraudulent purchases. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) encourages e-commerce organizations to download the guide to learn how to prevent e-commerce fraud using MFA solutions.
The Senate Intelligence Committee doesn’t know what Moscow’s intentions are, but Robert Mueller says they’re still at it.