Final defendant in multimillion-dollar SIM hijacking scheme sentenced to prison

Written by AJ Vicens Nov 30, 2021 | CYBERSCOOP The sixth and final defendant in a gang accused of perpetrating a multimillion-dollar SIM hijacking case was sentenced to 10 months…

3 Ways To Prepare For Cyber Attacks

Although there are countless ways to combat cyberattacks, in this article we are addressing 3 simple yet significant points that users can follow to protect their data. Cyber attacks are…

How To Secure Your Broadband?

Having an internet connection is very crucial whether you are using your desktop, phone, or smart TV. But if you are planning on availing of internet connectivity at a fixed…

Huntington Hospital Former Employee Accesses Private Info of 13,000 Patients

Roughly 13,000 patients at Huntington Hospital have recently been informed about an incident involving illegal access to confidential information. What Happened? The medical facility discovered that a night shift employee…

How to build a proactive incident response plan

Organizations have long since relied on a reactive approach to cybersecurity. However, with the ever-increasing sophistication of tools for malicious actors, a reactive approach may lead to disaster. A single…

Online Shoppers at Risk of Losing Over $53 Million

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has warned that internet buyers might lose more than $53 million during the holiday season this year. The FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) received…

Marylander Found Guilty of Skiptracing

Marylander Found Guilty of Skiptracing A man from Maryland has been convicted of selling place of employment information (POE) illegally obtained from workforce agencies in multiple states. Guy Cuomo of Frederick was…

Thousands of Small and Medium-sized Businesses Had Their Online Stores Hacked

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) in the United Kingdom has issued a warning to the owners of over 4,000 online retailers that their sites had been penetrated in Magecart…

Small Online Retailers Face These Big Online Threats This Holiday Season

The holidays are the time that makes or breaks a large number of small online retailers, and everything has to fall into place for profits to show up on bottom…

Less than Half of Consumers Change Passwords Post-Breach

Less than Half of Consumers Change Passwords Post-Breach There’s a “shockingly high” disconnect between awareness of best practices following a data breach and actions taken, according to a new study…