Category Archives: cyber attacks


How to fight back on robocalls

I think we can all agree that everyone hates robocalls that inundate our phones lines all day. I do, and I’m a marketer. It’s feels like a total invasion of our privacy. And they seem to always call at dinner time – right? Have you noticed an increase in those annoying robocalls, telemarketers, and scams […]

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scam alert

Gmail phishing scam is nasty – what to do?

A lot of people have been getting suspicious looking emails in their Gmail today. There is a full fledged phishing scam that is most likely from a nation-state and is stealing information and installing malware on your computer. Take 5 minutes to read the tips below and 5 minutes to watch the video at the […]

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Change your Passwords Folks – CloudFlare has Spoken

Lovers, drivers, foodies, and steppers – change your passwords. A software bug discovered in CloudFlare, a popular web performance and security company, may have compromised the security of over 5 million websites, including Fitbit, Yelp, Uber, and OkCupid. Full list of sites compromised. So change your PASSWORDS! The leakage was discovered by Google security engineer Tavis Ormandy […]

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Cyber Attack in the US: The Silent Wars

  There is a silent war in America and I fear it has been going on for some time. Cyber Attacks are certainly in our vocabulary now, but it doesn’t seem like anyone is taking the Hacking of America” serious. Corporations, Government, and personal information are all being stolen and lives threatened. While Sony may have made some mistakes, […]

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Mobile Stats for your Mind

Mobile Stats February Summary 48% of all Internet users come from just five countries (Brazil, Russia, China, India and the U.S.). Video accounts for 69% of mobile data traffic. Facebook is the single largest repository for user-generated content such as pics, videos, links and comments. Apple and Android platforms are gaining in the mobile OS […]

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Cyber Wars is at a new level

After recent volatile cyber attacks, it has become evident that new safeguards are needed by US companies to protect themselves. We have long known of the ongoing threats but while we have attempted to button up attacks from obvious enemies, the U.S. needs to lock down information from these silent threats.  This week the Obama administration declared that any […]

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