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What most entities have experienced since early 2020 is the IT scramble to accommodate the migration by employees from onsite and in their seat, to off-site and sitting wherever they could find internet access. Just like that, CISOs found themselves having to formulate work-from-home (WFH) policies, implementation and procedures.
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In the past two years, CISOs have been able to temporarily take their employees away from corporate data security tasks for travel mode. Instead of going on a business trip to get some fresh air, we are faced with the reality of having to separate to protect each other from the pandemic.
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Hackers have advanced tactics to prey on victims online, and a fraudulent airport WiFi connection is only one of the ways in which they trap travelers.
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Whether your online data is locked down may be the last thing on your mind as you rush through the airport checking departure times and work emails.
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The past two years have provided CISOs a bit of a reprieve with respect to protecting company data while employees are in travel mode. While the gulp of fresh air may have felt great, upon exhaling we realize that many of those working from home are in fact traveling for pleasure and to distance themselves from the pandemic to continue working.
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The US Secret Service is stepping up its efforts to claw back some of the billions of dollars that COVID-19-related fraud has cost the economy by tapping a senior official to work with law enforcement agencies across the country on the issue.
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The US Secret Service is stepping up its efforts to claw back some of the billions of dollars that Covid-19-related fraud has cost the economy by tapping a senior official to work with law enforcement agencies across the country on the issu
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In nearly two years of the coronavirus pandemic, the US Secret Service has seized more than $1.2 billion in relief funds obtained by fraudsters.
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The U.S. Secret Service is stepping up its efforts to claw back some of the billions of dollars that COVID-19-related fraud has cost the economy by tapping a senior official to work with law enforcement agencies across the country on the issue.
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In nearly two years of the coronavirus pandemic, the US Secret Service has seized more than $1.2 billion in relief funds obtained by fraudsters. Now, the agency is stepping up its efforts to claw back the billions more that Covid-19-related fraud has cost the economy by tapping a senior official to work with law enforcement agencies across the country on the issue.
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TSA warns of PreCheck scam
December 20, 2021
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The scam is directed towards those who need to renew their TSA PreCheck subscription.
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The 2020 holiday season was no picnic, but it looks like 2021 will have its own challenges. Although vaccines are available for the vast majority of Americans who want them, we are still very much in the middle of a global pandemic, battling the latest new, concerning variant.
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Just in time for holiday travel, scammers have started targeting travelers with phishing emails and fraudulent websites aimed at TSA PreCheck renewals. The goal is to get both the renewal fee and your personal information for potential future fraud.
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Once an obscure program, TSA PreCheck has gained a lot of popularity due to travel rewards credit cards that offer credits for signing up. Unfortunately, that popularity has a downside: scammers.
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Security researchers detected an increase in both phishing campaigns and brute force attacks in the first half of 2021.
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With the holiday travel season in full swing, cybersecurity experts say there’s been a surge in TSA PreCheck form scams across the country.
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Cybersecurity experts warns of TSA scams during holiday season
December 7, 2021
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With the holiday travel season in full swing, cybersecurity experts say there’s been a surge in TSA PreCheck form scams across the country.
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Abnormal Security Identity
December 5, 2021
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We’re thrilled to showcase A LINE‘s rebrand of Abnormal Security, a revolutionary cybersecurity company using data science to provide total protection from email attacks. Abnormal is the precision human behavior security engine protecting the modern enterprise from email attacks.
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There have been new initiatives designed to protect travelers from losing money to con-artists. The Transportation Security Administration is seeing a surge in scams. Crane Hassold who formerly worked for the FBI in cybersecurity is now leading a team responsible for researching cyberthreats.
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Most organizations don't want to consider the possibility of insider threats, but they are a serious issue that should always be in mind. Disgruntled or fired employees seeking revenge, employees moving to a competitor with intellectual property they stole before leaving or untrustworthy contractors can wreak havoc on your business.
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The San Francisco and London agency worked closely with Abnormal's senior team to develop a fresh brand strategy, tone of voice, and visual identity that reflects its "uncommonly precise approach" to solving "the world's biggest cybersecurity challenge".
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Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence are taking the technology world by storm. As they have matured and become more widely adopted in the developer community, the potential they have when deployed in business applications, has started to become more apparent.
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While millions of travelers take to the skies this Thanksgiving holiday, scammers are trying to get your money and identity by claiming your TSA PreCheck status is about to expire.
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A Nigerian man has been arrested in connection to a scheme attempting to lure insiders to deploy ransomware on employer systems. On November 22, security expert Brian Krebs reported that the man, Oluwaseun Medayedupin, was arrested by Nigerian authorities on Friday.
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