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Russian Hackers Hit Colorado, Mississippi State Websites
Posted by Jen Greco on Oct 12, 2022
Following a friendly reminder to the state that Cybersecurity Awareness Month is now upon us all, the state of Colorado’s web portal homepage was taken down following a cyber attack, […]
Can the Texas Power Grid Stand Up Against Cyber Attacks?
Posted by Jen Greco on Sep 27, 2022
There’s death and taxes, sure. But if you’re a Texan, there’s also complaints about ERCOT during bouts of extreme weather.
The End User: Tales from the Cyber-Adjacent
Posted by Jen Greco on Sep 22, 2022
Welcome to the first edition of our inaugural column “The End User.” This is an informal post, featuring discussions from cyber-adjacent community members and their interactions with cybersecurity. Want to […]
Uber Breached as Former Security Chief Goes to Trial
Posted by Jen Greco on Sep 21, 2022
Just over a decade ago, the idea of jumping into a random stranger’s car (who you found on the Internet) sounded like a major faux pas in personal security.
Recent Attacks Highlight a Growing Threat Landscape for Latin America
Posted by Jen Greco on Sep 9, 2022
This past spring, a cyber attack brought the entire country of Costa Rica to a grinding halt – cutting off access to nearly 30 government agencies as officials refused to […]
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