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Cyberbytes January 2019

THREATADVICE'S MONTHLY ROUNDUP  |  JANUARY 2019

 

 
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THREATADVICE'S MONTHLY ROUNDUP  |  JANUARY 2019

 

Brand impersonators, your digital identity, Google's $57 million fine, and more: 

Enjoy the five most fascinating cybersecurity articles we found this month. Stay cyber safe!

 

-  Bad branding: Here are the 10 most-spoofed brands hackers impersonate in phishing attacks. Hello, Netflix.

-  Who do you think you are? Your digital identity has three layers, and you can only protect one of them.

-  Can you spot a fake email? Jigsaw's new 8-question online quiz isn't as easy as you'd think. See how you stack up against real phishing emails spotted in the wild.

-  Attack of the cranes: "Anyone in range can manipulate these devices." Hackers take control of giant construction cranes.

-  It's the first major GDPR penalty: France fines Google $57 million for data privacy violations. Here's why.

 

 
Frank Abagnale

 

 

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