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PhishLabs: Insurance lures referencing COVID-19 on the rise

We've already written about the broader increase in misinformation and social engineering attempts as the COVID-19 pandemic progresses across the country and...

Matt Kiely: Author, Content Architect, Cybersecurity Practitioner and US Marine Corps...

Matt Kiely served in the Marine Corps as an Intelligence Analyst, Special Access Program Security Officer, and System Administrator, helping to stand...

COVID-19 and the Cyber Supply Chain: What you need to know

With the corona virus 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic filling the attention of Americans, many are adding a new phrase to their vocabulary: “supply-chain.”...

Increasing COVID-19 Cyberattack Preparedness

As precautions to slow the spread of COVID-19 disrupt organizations, especially the rapid conversion of their normally on-site workforce to remote roles, the potential...

4 Out of 5 Dentists Recommend Improving Your Cybersecurity

Remote is our new reality. Large tech companies like Twitter, Slack, and Facebook have made headlines for offering permanent work-from-home, and many others have moved back their targets for returning to offices to Summer 2021. It’s time for cybersecurity decision makers to embrace the New Networking Normal and make sure that WFH, in-office, and hybrid workers are part of your security strategy.

Cyber Feed Roundup – 8/31/20

Here are the stories that caught our eye this week: Remote learning: 10 tips...

The Pipeline: Brad Rhodes – Head of Cybersecurity, Cyber Warfare Officer,...

Brad Rhodes has over 23 years of experience in cybersecurity with leadership roles in the federal, commercial, and military spaces. He holds multiple certifications and serves as an affiliate professor at Regis University. Dedicated to developing the next generation of cyber professionals, he coaches a CyberPatriot team and is a frequent speaker and mentor to transitioning military members.

Vets in Tech

"Vets in Tech" many non-profits need to adjust to the new job market climate due to the COVID-19 pandemic. One bay-area nonprofit has expanded their training and educational opportunities for the military community.

Crime Pays in Cybersecurity

Ransomware is big business. A ransomware-as-a-service platform recently claimed to have processed $2 billion in ransom payouts over an 18 month period, all using...

The Pipeline: Charles Johnston -Advanced Threat Detection Analyst, Cybersecurity Practitioner and...

Welcome back to The Pipeline, where we highlight members of the military community who are working in cybersecurity. Today we're speaking with...

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