#cyberfraud | #criminal | #cybercrimnals | What to do if you were affected by the latest Marriott data breach

Hotel chain Marriott announced Tuesday that hackers accessed an internal data system that contained the personal information of approximately 5.2 million guests, including names, contact details and addresses. Marriott reports that at the end of February it found that an “unexpected amount” of guest information may have been accessed starting in mid-January. The data was accessed…

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#microsoft | #microsoftsecurity | How YubiKey Bio could make remote security concerns a thing of the past

Credit: Yubico The YubiKey Bio is a security product seemingly made for the growing number of people working from home during the coronavirus threat, but the security issues facing remote workers are hardly new. Even if they’ve figured out everything else—bought a second monitor, rearranged some furniture, or upgraded their router—security…

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New to Teleworking? Here’s How to Secure Your Computers, Networks – NBC4 Washington | #socialmedia | #hacking | #facebook | #computerhacking

While you might be enjoying the comforts of working from home, cybersecurity experts warn you shouldn’t get too comfortable. “You kind of have to turn your paranoia meter all the way to high and be extra diligent while you’re working from home,” said James Lee, chief operating officer of the Identity Theft…

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#ransomware | #computerhacker | Healthcare can’t rely on the kindness of hackers during coronavirus outbreak

Medical organisations should not trust cyber-criminals who have said that they won’t attack infrastructure during the coronavirus outbreak, according to industry figures. Marco Essomba, founder of iCyber-Security, told SC Media UK that certain malware campaigns can cause huge amounts of collateral damage, such as Petya’s inadvertent impact on the global…

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