Preventing malware from infecting your Android device

Just because you don’t hear much about cyberthreats involving smartphones doesn’t mean they don’t exist. At a time when phones are being used for an increasing variety of business and everyday tasks, ignoring the possibility of a mobile cyberattack could be disastrous. Mobile malware MO Mobile malware can be just as harmful to a business’s […]

Cybersecurity News of the Week, March 31, 2019

Individuals at Risk
Cyber Privacy

Spyware app exposes private photos, hosting provider steps in. From the story: “It’s difficult to imagine a more egregious breach of privacy, or a less forgivable lack of response on the developers’ part”: A hosting company took down a database operated by a spying app this week after it was found displaying thousands of intimate images and recordings online.

Cybersecurity News of the Week, March 24, 2019

Individuals at Risk
Cyber Privacy

FEMA ‘major privacy incident’ reveals data from 2.5 million disaster survivors: The Federal Emergency Management Agency shared personal addresses and banking information of more than 2 million U.S. disaster survivors in what the agency acknowledged Friday was a “major privacy incident.

Cybersecurity News of the Week, March 17, 2019

Individuals at Risk
Cyber Privacy

Data-Collecting IOT Teapot, Teplo 2.0. Gathering information from the consumer, their environment, and their desired tea selection, the Teplo 2.0 can brew tea perfectly suited for everybody: Gathering information from the consumer, their environment, and their desired tea selection, the Teplo 2.0 can brew tea perfectly suited for everybody.

Cybersecurity News of the Week, March 10, 2019

SecureTheVillage — March Webinar

SecureTheHuman: Beyond Awareness Training. Turning People into Cyber Guardians.

Host: Stan Stahl, Ph.D., President SecureTheVillage and Citadel Information Group

Stan’s Guests:

Bill Leider, Managing Partner, Axies Group
Barbara Allen-Watkins, President, BAW Consulting Services.

Cybersecurity News of the Week, February 24, 2019

Individuals at Risk
Cyber Privacy

Facebook Is Collecting App Users’ Data Without Consent, Wall Street Journal Finds: An investigation by The Wall Street Journal on Friday found that Facebook is collecting data from smartphone users’ other apps without their consent, adding yet another layer to intensifying concerns about the company’s privacy violations.