Turkish citizen charged with masterminding $55M ATM fraud pleads guilty

A Turkish citizen who led an operation that hacked into the systems of credit and debit card processing companies between 2011 and 2013 has pleaded guilty in a court in New York, according to officials….

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European Arrests Target ‘Darknet’ Selling Drugs, Arms Fake ID

The operation last week targeted 69 homes and businesses across Germany and in Bosnia, Switzerland, France, the Netherlands, Lithuania, and Russia….

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The internet is buzzing with written and re-written news about serious internet security vulnerabilities, hacks, threats. How do you determine what’s relevant to you or your business? It’s easy to get the sky is falling jitters. Well, it doesn’t have to be that way.

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 Cyber security breaches are a hot topic today one that will likely dominate our news for years to come. Not a week goes by without some type of major security breach happening somewhere in the world. At the time this blog was written, cyber attackers took down Ukraine’s power grid and Kiev airport was hacked. Ever wonder if your business is safe from cyber hackers or who might be targeting you now? I know I am and I wanted to find some common sense answers that help me understand our business vulnerability and what I need to do to protect […]

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IT Security has been in the news a lot lately and it’s a topic that I don’t think is ever going to go away. Long gone are the days when nobody gave technology a second thought. We live in a world where refrigerators can be programmed to send spam and big companies like Sony can find masses of sensitive data ripped off and sold to the highest bidder. The control systems of cars – like Chrysler’s Jeep Cherokee can be hacked into and taken over and even electronic skateboards have been subject to hacking. Big or small, hackers can, and […]

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