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UGNN Malware Report for September 2014

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User Group Network UGN Safenetting and Malware report Cyber threats are increasing and now the trend is malware and malicious downloads taking over where Phishing once was the main vehicle. They scam and get you to click or downlaod — and BAM, you’re inftected! Many online news sources are beginning to catch up with UGNN on alerts. The InfoManager and Safenetting remain vigilant . . .
[_] SCAM ALERT: Scammers claim to be with U.S. Postal Service to install malware on your computer
[_] The Home Depot reportedly ignored warnings from its own cybersecurity team
[_] Dynamic, Radical Solutions Needed: 2014 Cybersecurity Conference Highlights
[_] DoubleClick, Zedo ad networks used to spread malware: Malwarebytes
[_] Microsoft Found Zemot, a Strain of the Infamous Upatre Malware
[_] Home Depot says malware affected 56M payment cards Town Hall
[_] DoubleClick Malware Exposes Millions to Ad-based Infection
[_] Hacker attacks drive a boom in cybersecurity
. . . and more!

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UGNN SafeNetting Report for August 25 2014

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User Group Network UGN Safenetting and Malware report We had a reader comment in an email the other day that “… UGN Safenetting is a God-send for our user group … no body else is looking out for the users interest like InfoManager! Thank You!” Well, that’s why we’ve held the Safenetting mission for the last two decades. Gmail malware?, Cyber security training? iTunes and Robin Williams cybercrime traps? It’s an interesting summer, and as we move toward September the news, views and reviews just don’t slow down.
[_] White House Cybersecurity Guy Proud of Lack of Cybersecurity Knowledge or Skills
[_] Researchers malware steals Gmail password, online banking data
[_] Cyber security experts find 92 percent successful Gmail hack
[_] More than 1000 businesses affected by same malware as Target
[_] Ready, aim, click: we need new laws to govern cyberwarfare
[_] Triangulating Cyberespionage for Better US Diplomacy
[_] PSA: Beware iTunes, Robin Williams Phishing Scams
[_] Israeli officers learn to fight cyber-war
[_] GCHQ Launches National Hacker Competition
[_] Iran Aided Hamas in Cyber-War on Israel
[_] NYPD warns of hotel and E-ZPass scams
. . . and more!

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UGNN Cyber Security Report: Back to cyber security School

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User Group Network UGN Safenetting and Malware report Here we are in the middle of a new year of cyber threats and it doesn’t seem to get any better. Now they’re worried about cars being hacked causing high body-counts, and the ‘blackhats’ want to help avoid cyberwarfare! It’s all in the InfoManager this week . . .
[*] North America Cyber Security Market is Expected to Reach $61.91 billion
[*] Hackers meet at Black Hat convention to tackle cybersecurity risks
[*] NRC cyber security breach a ‘wake-up call,’ Ottawa tech CEO says
[*] Cyber security expert warns: Caribbean could be losing millions
[*] Automakers Openly Challenged To Bake In Security
[*] Want a safe car? Check its cyber safety rating
[*] Miami bank hit with cyber security breach
[*] Neutralizing the Cyberwarfare Bazaar
. . . and more!

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UGNN Cyber Security Report: Hot Summer

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User Group Network UGN Safenetting and Malware report As the summer drags on, the cybercrime industry keeps on pounding away. Travel can expose you to all kinds of evils, and the cyberwarfare on the horizon seems more looming than ever . . . but you can rely on the InfoManager to bring you the most important developments in cyber security
[_] ICYMI: Questions on cyber warfare, start-up money and helping out charities
[_] Survey: Cybersecurity Is Keeping More Corporate Directors Up At Night
[_] Extending Cybersecurity Breach Notice Requirements to Intelligence
[_] Cyber war or gas ransom? How Russia could react to sanctions
[_] Survey: Potential for undetected data breaches worries CFOs
[_] Summer Travel Cyber Security Tips For Government Employees
[_] Cyber security: are cafés safe workplaces?
[_] Preparing for a Century of Cyberwarfare
[_] . . . and more!

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Commitment to Protect Canadian Consumers from Spam and Online Threats – New Anti-Spam Legislation in Effect

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User Group Network UGN Safenetting On July 1, 2014, Canada’s anti-spam legislation will come into force. The new rules will protect Canadian consumers from the most damaging and deceptive forms of spam and online threats, such as identity theft, phishing and spyware, and will help drive out spammers.

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UGNN Cyber Security Report: America Under Attack

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User Group Network UGN Safenetting and Malware report We are under attack. Security rising to the tops of education and jobs markets, and the continued threat from China’s hackers are keeping the UGNN Safenetting crew busy …

  • CISA Bill Passed By Senate Committee Despite Privacy Concerns
  • Scott Air Force Base poised for military cybersecurity boom
  • Businesses Can’t Ignore Cyberthreats, Experts Warn
  • The “Deep Panda” Hackers Are Deeply Confused
  • 10 cybersecurity tips for small businesses
  • Marsh’s answer to cyber threat
  • . . . and more!
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UGNN Cyber Security Report: America Under Attack

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User Group Network UGN Safenetting and Malware report We are under attack. The airwaves and optical are humming with the good, bad and insideous. We’ve opened several new search algorithms in the race to bring you the latest details

  • Cyber security attacks drive the growth of the unified threat management market
  • The Cyberwarfare Arms Race by Iran, China and Russia is Threatening American Finance
  • Growing Concerns Over Russian Hackers Targeting US Critical Infrastructure
  • School house lock: How the U.S. government proposes to ‘protect’ your data
  • Hackers declare “nuclear leak” on Israeli Twitter account
  • India Is A Sitting Duck In Cyber Security Area
  • Cybersecurity: Litigation, Crime & Enforcement
  • The cybersecurity framework and you
  • What does Cybersecurity mean?
  • and more!
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UGNN Cyber Security Report for JUNE, 2014

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User Group Network UGN Safenetting and Malware report ‘Cyber Security’ seemed to fade off the radar for a while, but this summer, with the World Cup and everything going on in the Middle East, the cyber crooks have taken this as an opportunity to make some dough. So, start reading the Cyber Security Infomanager at Safenetting a little closer:

  • NSA Names NYU School of Engineering to List of Cyber Security Programs
  • Companies advised to combat persistent cyber threats with resilience
  • The Human Factor at the Core of Federal Cybersecurity
  • Why hedge funds are under attack by cyber-criminals
  • Taft oil company ends cyber-theft case
  • The buzz: Snowden hangover spreading
  • Hacker Tactic: Holding Data Hostage
  • and more!

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UGNN Cyber Security Report for MARCH, 2014

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User Group Network UGN Safenetting and Malware report If you remember my ‘Cyber Security’ post in January — BEFORE THE OLYMPICS — you’ll remember I said : “They’re telling us that the NSA has something to do with cyber security but hey … who would you rather have spying on you: NSA or the Russian Mob?” Now, in light of the Putin invasion of Ukraine, they’re saying Snowden was working for Putin all along! So, start reading the Cyber Security Infomanager at Safenetting a little closer:
[*] Pentagon plans three-fold cybersecurity staff increase to counter attacks
[*] Damage done by Edward Snowden will take decades to repair
[*] Malicious advertisements are a plight to mobile marketing
[*] ‘Cyber Aces’ test their skills at fending off marauders
[*] McCain says “no doubt” Snowden is working for Russia
[*] Telecom Consolidation in a Post-Snowden World
[*] Target Security Assessor Denies Bank Claims
and more . . .

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UGNN Cyber Security Report for January 27, 2014

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User Group Network UGN Safenetting and Malware report They’re telling us that the NSA has something to do with cyber security but hey … who would you rather have spying on you: NSA or the Russian Mob? Besides the fact that the NSA issues have nothing to do with the web, other than bank robbers using the interstate to escape. Oh well. The media will say anything to get more pairs of eyes. That’s why you can rely on the Cyber Security Infomanager at Safenetting:
Games InfoManager 50 top US cyber security experts write open letter calling for end to NSA ‘snoop-ops’
Games InfoManager Social media – A possible threat to national security in Sri Lanka
Games InfoManager Cyber security a big topic at Brookings symposium
Games InfoManager Cybersecurity researchers call for NSA changes
Games InfoManager Government to set ‘day of cybersecurity”
Games InfoManager Stepping up cyber security
and more . . .

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Cyber Security — Paypal hack, Microsoft, India and more

User Group Network UGN Safenetting and Cyber Security report We continue to be amazed at how stupid the people in charge are. Like the judges that decided the PayPal hack wasn’t that bad after all and plea bargained! And the ‘heads-in-the-sand’ media is ignoring India’s move to take control of the internet. Nobody will even make a whimper until the net goes down — but then it’s too late! Keep your self protected and help your neighbors get more aware of the risks they take! Here’s where we watch future history unfold…
* Cybersecurity Pioneer Warns of Consequences from Plea Agreement with PayPal Hackers
* Cybersecurity remains a global threat, says Paula Barrett of Eversheds
* Are Your IT Workers Putting Your Company at Risk? Yes, They Are.
* Indian government wakes up to risk of Hotmail, Gmail
* India to push for freeing Internet from U.S. control
* The National CyberWatch Center Holds Kickoff Event
* Bangalore: Ethics matter, just for the hack of it
* Microsoft Cybercrime centre to benefit Africa
* Huawei Deal in S. Korea Worries US Lawmakers
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Cyber Security — Adobe Hacked! Cyberseurity Awareness Month and more

User Group Network UGN Safenetting and Cyber Security report I guess the biggest news is Adobe getting hacked. It is amazing that nobody noticed the vulnerability of moving such operations to the cloud. What were they thinking. YES, it’s Cyberseurity Awareness Month… keep your self protected and help your neighbors get more aware of the risks they take! Here’s where we watch future history unfold…
* National Cybersecurity Awareness Month
* Keep Yourself Protected: Don’t Become a Victim of Identity Theft
* Air Force cadets earning honors as academic hackers
* Adobe Hacked, Silk Road Sacked
* Cybersecurity Summit 2013 Takeaways
* US cyber-security trade delegation to Kuwait undeterred by surveillance leaks
* Students Should Take Precautions Online During National Cyber Month
and more . . .

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Cyber Security — Beijing, South Korea and Hacker superstars

User Group Network UGN Safenetting and Cyber Security report Beijing, Army Reserves, Hacker superstars and South Korea all in the news this week — but amazingly, things seem to be slowing down, or else more is happening we’re not being told about!

This is the nineth installment of the infomanager: “Cybersecurity”
* Cyber Security: Beijing wants US to help settle regional tension
* Cyber security: Why it needs to be a board-level issue
* Army Reserves will become cyber security specialists
* Hacking competitions seek cybersecurity superstars
* Financial Industry Is Serious About Cybersecurity
* South Korea to Train 5000 Cybersecurity Experts
* Cyber Experts Unite To Halt ‘Gunpowder Moment’
* China ready to talk cyber security
and more . . .

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Largest-ever US public sector cyber attack is warning on the criminal value of customer credentials

FBI Cyber Security The recent, and largest, cyber attack ever on a state government in the US, shows that attacks on third-party credentials – which can be used in identity theft frauds – are becoming more and more commonplace.

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Computer Forensics Show

The Computer Forensics ShowSave the date: for some companies, it is not a question of if one of their computers will be used as evidence in a legal matter; it is a question of when. Learn the ‘ropes’ of legal, IT, and accounting forensics at the The Computer Forensics Show, November 1-2, 2010 at Ft. Mason Convention Center, San Francisco, CA

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