I just finished reading a series of articles called “The Diary of a Cord Cutter in 2015.” on Tech Crunch by Sara Perez. It is a 5 parter, but required me to search for each part. Continue reading »
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UGNN Spam Trackers and Safenetting are tracking a new round of DropBox scams, this morning 3/15/15.
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Now things are getting a little sticky when the good guys start creating bad situations and it bleeds into the internet! From North Korea to China to our own in-country socitey, things are going just a little haywire!
- ‘Anonymous’ claims responsibility for attack on Dane County government websites
- Survey: Internal Auditors Making Strides on Addressing Cybersecurity Risks
- What’s in a typo? More evidence tying North Korea to the Sony hack
- Do Medical Devices Without Wireless Need Cybersecurity?
- PayPal buys cybersecurity firm, creates Israel hub
- Cyber Regulators Emphasize Process Over Products
- Cybersecurity has a talent shortage
- … and more!
It may be over, and it may not. The dirty little secret is no matter what the FCC or the government does, it still remains to be enforced. . . and it only applies to firms inside the U.S. So as we’ve said all along, there’s a lot more to be afraid of than net neutrality. But if Steve is okay with it, how bad can it be, right? Then, we’ll also play three videos to illustrate three different points of view on the new result. By now you should know everything there is to know about net neutrality.
- Net Neutrality Rules Giving Cover to $45 Billion Comcast-TWC Merger
- Net Neutrality Preserved: FCC Makes the Internet a Public Utility
- Net Neutrality Wins And Why You Shouldn’t Celebrate At All
- Net neutrality: What’s next after the FCC’s landmark vote?
- ‘Old guard’ civil rights groups blew it on net neutrality
- Will Net Neutrality Strengthen Netflix’s “House of Cards?”
- Net Neutrality: A Victory for Digital Innovation
- FCC’s Net Neutrality Plan Explained
- What is Net Neutrality: Explained
- … and more!
February was a busy month, and it’s tough to keep up with everything in the security world. Aside from Net Neutrality, the security situation gets more and more grave with each passing day. If you’re following UGNN, here are some of the highlights since our last update.
- John Prisco Aims To Revolutionize Cyber Security By Attacking At The Source
- The White House officially launches its new cyber warfare agency
- US ups pressure on China to nix ‘troubling’ cybersecurity rules
- UAE companies investing more in cyber warfare capabilities
- The New Battleground in the U.S.-Iranian Covert War
- Suits and Hoodies: The Two Cybersecurity Cultures
- Phishers strike routers as hackers get smarter
- Problems with Cyber Arms Control
- Arms Control for a Cyberage
This article on iMore by Allyson Kazmucha appears to be something that MUGs could use to aid in developing a meeting program.
Things seem to be moving along toward some real action, but when you look at the big picture, there’s not much to be done. The FCC governs only the U.S. and since the Clinton administration unleashed the internet to ICANN the international governing board rogue ISPs and registrars abound. While the U.S. might regulate the internet within its own borders, who knows what will happen in the rest of the world! Follow along:
- 3 ways your wireless service will change under the FCC’s net neutrality rules
- The net neutrality debate is really about the FCC’s independence (Commentary)
- Arizona techies go to Washington to fight net neutrality, Internet taxes
- T-Mobile: FCC’s net neutrality rules won’t hurt our business
- FCC Chief Announces Big Win For Net Neutrality Advocates
- FCC and Net neutrality: What you really need to know
- Dem commissioner breaks silence on Internet rules
- The storm before the calm on Net neutrality eve
- New Telus overusage charges anger critics
- Q&A: The ins and outs of net neutrality
- Ten Years Later …
- … and more!
Cupertino, California – Simplex Solutions Inc. has announce a release of the new VPN Unlimited 3.0 version. Proved to be in high demand in the past 12 months, the company has already received about 1,3 million users worldwide. Up-to-date with the latest web upgrades and app releases for new operating systems including iOS 8 and Android 5.0 (Lollypop), the company offers VPN service ensuring ultimate online security through powerful encryption along with high connection speed without any restrictions. Continue reading »
Rolling into the new year, there has been lots of noise from the government, and lots of lip-service from industry talking heads who think they know it all! Well among all the puff, and smoke and crap, eventually you’ll be able to eek out a fairly intelligent look at reality — cyber security is probably one of the most important issues of our generation. And as evidenced by over two decades of reporting, the InfoManager and UGNN keeps you in the loop . . .
- Cybersecurity Without NSA Snooping: Does the White House Proposal Provide the Protections We Need?
- France’s Online War On Terror Sympathizers And Extremists Has A New Cyber Security Cell
- Obama’s Computer Security Solution is a Mishmash of Old, Outdated Policy Solutions
- Obama and Cameron’s ‘solutions’ for cybersecurity will make the internet worse
- The CENTCOM hack wasn’t a big deal, but don’t scoff at ISIS hackers just yet
- Malware Containment Continues to Weigh Heavily on Organizations
- NSA brags about turning the tables on cyberwarfare hackers
- Florida colleges rush to create cybersecurity soldiers
- US Coast Guard Addresses Maritime Cybersecurity Issues
- How to Remove MacKeeper from Your Mac
With security what it is, and the changing times in world attention to the internet, Net Neutrailty is becoming an even greater issue. We’ll keep you posted with the most important and the most interesting . . .
- Verizon investors say net neutrality opposition could harm its reputation
- Wash. Post Fact-Checker Shatters Enduring Net Neutrality Myth
- Net Neutrality: Reddit, Activists Target All of Congress
- Congressional Republicans unveil net neutrality bill
- Sounds Like CISPA? Get Ready for Lobbying Overdrive
- Another View: FCC should preserve net neutrality
- Congress offers exit strategy on net neutrality
- Lawmakers begin drafting net neutrality bills
- Why Republicans Suddenly Love Net Neutrality
- … and more!
We’re just a couple of weeks into 2015 and already we see new concepts and new innovations in cybercrime and the way the cybercrime industry is trying to get your computer, your money and your identity. So far most people have wised up to the real threat posed by the internet … but we have to be vigilant and help everyone stay safe . . . they invent a new way to fool you every day! We’re staying on top, and the Safenetting Infomanager is keeping you informed about
- White House nudges Congress to revisit controversial ‘CISPA-style’ laws after Sony attack
- Malware Advertising Infects HuffPo, Yahoo News, AOL’s Ad Network, Match, TMZ, Many More
- Apple MacBook Users, Meet Thunderstrike: New Nightmare Malware for You and Your Laptop
- Cyberwarfare: The theaters strike back, step up for Sony, shoulder ‘The Interview’
- Synthetic Identity Fraud Rate Increases More Than 100 Percent Over Three Years
- CISPA: The Awful Anti-Privacy Law That Won’t Prevent Another Sony Hack
- Can Your Security Solution Handle Malware, BYOD, Mobile, and Virtual?
- U.S. Lawmarkers Mull on Reviving CISPA Following Sony Cyber Attack
- Exclusive to the Trib: The need for cyberwarfare theories
- South Korea steps up cyber security at nuclear plants
- Obama to Focus on Cybersecurity Issues Next Week
- Beware Tech Support Scams
It’s been a tough year for those battling cybersecurity threats and data breaches. From Target and Home Depot to JP Morgan Chase and Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2014 reminded business executives and consumers that nobody is invincible when it comes to cybercrimes. So, as 2015 approaches, one thing is certain: cybercriminals are becoming more elite, and a defensive approach is going to lose every time.Continue reading »