Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) has been in the news a lot lately. If A.I. can be taught to interact with humans in a friendly helpful way, it can also be used in malicious ways. Will the rise of machine learning lead to social engineering attacks?
In This Issue: “How to Actively Listen for Fun and Profit.” For this month’s newsletter we asked our staff to talk about their favorite techniques or points of focus as they relate to active listening. Find out what they have to say.
Just how safe are those connected toys like CloudPets, Cayla, and Hello Barbie? As IoT becomes more commonplace in our homes, consumers need to know what the possible security risks are and what they can do.
Siblings phish Italy operating under the radar of law enforcement for nearly 7 years. Their targets included 2 former prime ministers, and a sitting mayor.
In This Issue: “Answering Those Pesky Security Questions.” They’re meant to offer 2FA or verify identity, but if not done correctly it can become a nightmare. In this month’s newsletters we provide tips to help you answer those questions and remember as well.
A delivery man, a pest control worker, and a Florida teenager. Impersonation attacks ranging from humorous to terrifying.
In This Issue: “Please Don’t Put Words in My Mouth.” Recently Adobe announced Project VoCo. Basically, it’s Photoshop for audio. In this month’s newsletter find out how bad actors could potentially use this and how to minimize the risk of falling victim.
Friday, October 21st was the day that your appliances went on the attack. A massive DDoS attack took place against Dyn DNS; taking sites like Twitter, Amazon, New York Times off line.