Social media has become a huge attack vector. Learn why social media scams such as quizzes, romance scams, and social phishing are becoming more popular and what you can do you protect yourself.
In This Issue: “Ethical Hackers: Filling a Vital Role in Society.” What comes to your mind when you hear the word “hackers” or “hacking?” Do you picture faceless people in hoodies, wreaking havoc on government, business and healthcare systems? The November SENewsletter, will introduce you to another type of hacker. Security-focused professionals, women and men who consider themselves “white hat” or “ethical hackers.” They’re the good gals and guys working to protect private and public entities.
In This Issue: “Romance Scams: Stealing Hearts & Money.” Romance scams rank #1 in total consumer fraud losses affecting Americans. In this Newsletter we explore the history of online relationships and provide tips to keep you safe from scammers.
It has long been known that DerbyCon was one of our favorite cons. The organizers, the attendees, the family atmosphere…all of it together made Derby feel like home for the SEVillage crew. And for the past 9 years, the SEVillage has had a presence at DerbyCon. We started with just a table and graduated to […]
Like a wildfire, real estate wire fraud has devastating effects. Within minutes all that you own can be lost. In this blog, you’ll learn about the tactics criminals use and what real estate professionals and home buyers can do to protect themselves.
In This Issue: “Back to School: Education Through Security.” With data breaches happening almost every day and the dangers that lurk online, back to school season can be overwhelming. Protecting ourselves and our children needs to be a priority.
The SEVillage Wrap-up from DEF CON 27! This year was our 10th anniversary, and wow, it really was one for the books! Join us for the exciting wrap up!
In This Issue: “Criminals Target Our Emotions.” The Infosec community gained important perspectives from the 2019 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR). Of the 2,013 confirmed breaches, 33% included social attacks. For each statistic, there is a person and a story. In this month’s newsletter, our goal is to shine a spotlight on the victims of social attacks.