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Cyber News Roundup: Give the Gift of Encryption and Two-Factor Authentication

‘Tis the season for shopping. Alas, ‘tis the season for cybercriminals. In his Dark Reading article, Jai Vijayan writes that criminals have begun ramping up their efforts to divert dollars their way via malicious domains, coupons, gift card scams, and counterfeit goods. “Domain-based attacks top the list of threat that retailers face this shopping season,”…

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Cyber Oregon News Roundup: Scariest hacks, tips to manage phishing, extending cybersecurity to vendors

What are some of the top hacks and vulnerabilities in 2019? Taking a look back at cybersecurity this year – eek! It has been a banner year for cybersecurity threats and hacks with exploits, backdoor hacks, and data breaches affecting users, companies, and governments around the world. There have been supply-chain attacks, corporate ransomware, and…

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Cyber Oregon Annual Cybersecurity Summit: November 8

Cybersecurity threats are here, there, and everywhere – no organization is safe from threats, but there are prevention and defense strategies and best practices to implement. Whether your organization is an enterprise, small business, school, government, healthcare, or financial institution, you can learn from some of the great cybersecurity minds across the state, who will…

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Cyber News Roundup: Cyber tips for small businesses, employee cyber training, and ‘hacking back’ on the dark web

Own IT. Secure IT. Protect IT. That’s this year’s overarching message for National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM), focusing on key areas including citizen privacy, consumer devices, and e-commerce security. The Department of Homeland Security in conjunction with the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Careers and Studies (NICCS) has extensive information for individuals, organizations, and businesses. Everything…

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