Tracking Badges, Phishing Scams and Russian Hackers: The latest in World Cup 2018 Cybersecurity News

Special Note: As the World Cup continues, we will update this post with any relevant information on cybersecurity incidents and news. Original Publication Date: 6/13/2018 July 3: Badge of honor or Tracking Device? Fan IDs have become the piece of fan memorabilia for over 1.6 Million World Cup attendees. The badge is roughly the size of a standard conference badge and includes each attendees name and credentials. In addition to entry into the games, the badge gives attendees a

ICYMI: Hackers use Amazon.com traffic to loot Cryptocurrency

You may have been so wrapped up in this weeks biggest news stories: A truce among the Koreas, the cat that took over JFK, the teacher walkouts in Colorado and Arizona, the Kanye/Trump lovefest, Shaquem Griffin becoming the first one-handed player to be drafted in modern era of the NFL, the blockbuster release (as if there were any doubt) of Avengers Infinity War... that you missed the slight disturbance at the world's retail Mecca on Tuesday, April 24. We of course are talkin

US & UK Jointly Address the Russian Cybersecurity Threat

We’ve made it quick and convenient for you to manage your blog like a boss! The UK and US issued a joint warning to their respective citizens today, citing a cybersecurity threat from Russia, in which Russian state-sponsored individuals will target the increasingly popular, and purchased, internet connected devices used around the homes and in offices of private citizens. The statement also maintained the extent of, or reasoning behind, the “man-in-the-middle” attacks were no

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