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Hackers

Read: California Bans Default Passwords for All IoT Devices

California Bans Default Passwords for All IoT Devices

Using default passwords can seriously weaken the security on your devices. By banning them, the legislation aims to fend off hackers and improve cybersecurity.

Read: Security Consultant: Police Bodycam Footage Can Be Hacked, Modified

Security Consultant: Police Bodycam Footage Can Be Hacked, Modified

Vulnerabilities in the software for five popular police bodycam brands allow hackers to delete or manipulate video footage, says a security consultant.

Read: The Role of The Cloud In Campus Security

The Role of The Cloud In Campus Security

Read: How to Keep Your Physical Security Systems from Getting Hacked

How to Keep Your Physical Security Systems from Getting Hacked

Physical security systems are vulnerable to cyber attacks if you don’t take appropriate precautions. Here’s how to reduce your risk.

Read: When It Comes to Cybersecurity, Precautions Don’t Require King’s Ransom

When It Comes to Cybersecurity, Precautions Don’t Require King’s Ransom

Proper cyber hygiene isn’t rocket science. Take these precautions to keep your security systems and your clients’ devices safe from hackers.

Read: 8 Steps to Preventing Phishing Attacks

8 Steps to Preventing Phishing Attacks

Preventing phishing attacks can be as easy as educating officials at your institution on cybersecurity best practices.

Read: Explaining The HIPAA-HITECH Intersection

Explaining The HIPAA-HITECH Intersection

Here’s two areas of HIPAA-HITECH overlap that healthcare officials MUST understand.

Read: UCF Settles Lawsuit After 63,000 Social Security Numbers Exposed

UCF Settles Lawsuit After 63,000 Social Security Numbers Exposed

One of the plaintiffs claims several fraudulent credit cards were opened under his name and his credit score dropped as a result of the hack.

Read: Former Rutgers Student Pleads Guilty After Historic Internet Outage

Former Rutgers Student Pleads Guilty After Historic Internet Outage

Paras Jha helped create the Mirai Botnet, which was used to crash the Rutgers University computer network, among thousands of others.

Read: Dept. of Ed. Alerts Schools of ‘New Type of Cyber Attacks’

Dept. of Ed. Alerts Schools of ‘New Type of Cyber Attacks’

The letter was meant to raise awareness about hacking methods like cyber extortion and educate school officials on how to respond.

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