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Cyber Security News of the Week, June 25, 2017

Individuals at Risk
Identity Theft

Employment-related identity theft much bigger than previously thought: The number of victims of employment-related identity theft is far larger than previously estimated and the Internal Revenue Service’s processes aren’t able to keep up, according to a new report.

Your business needs a UPS system

Your business needs a UPS system

For some businesses, power loss could result in profit loss. Natural disasters such as storms and hurricanes, construction or utility accidents, and other unforeseeable technical failures can put your business’s operations to a grinding halt. Businesses that depend on a continuous power supply to function might endure a slight disruption, but some might not.

New anti-phishing features for Gmail

New anti-phishing features for Gmail

Over the years phishing — a social engineering attack that uses seemingly innocuous emails to trick victims into giving away personal information or clicking a malicious link — has grown in sophistication and scale. In order to put a stop to these scams, Google has made some security enhancements for Gmail.

Cyber Security News of the Week, June 18, 2017

Cyber Security News of the Week, June 18, 2017

Individuals at Risk
Cyber Update
Microsoft, Adobe Ship Critical Fixes: Microsoft today released security updates to fix almost a hundred flaws in its various Windows operating systems and related software. One bug is so serious that Microsoft is issuing patches for it on Windows XP and other operating systems the company no longer officially supports.