September 2019

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Cyber Security Bulletin

Hello there, this is your September Cyber Security Bulletin!

Cyber security is one of the most important measures your organization should make as a priority. It does not matter how big or small the company, the risks of a cyber attack are the same. Statistics on data breaches, identity theft, phishing scams, ransomware, etc. are staggering, and increasing in severity as well.

We feel it is more important than ever to keep our clients and friends up with the latest online threats and vulnerabilities. As a value add, we are sending you these bulletins on a routine basis. You may unsubscribe at any time.

Threats & Breaches

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Why online scammers ask for an iTunes gift card

A well-m eaning church congregation in Nebraska was duped out of money after receiving an email from their pastor requesting iTunes Gift Cards for a parishioner with cancer. "Buy an Apple iTunes card for somebody that can't for somebody in the...

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www.metro.us

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Warning As Sextortion Attack Targets 200M Email...

Sextortion campaigns-where payment is demanded from victims by threatening to release details and even hijacked webcam recordings of their use of pornographic websites-is on the rise. Now phishing defense specialist Cofense has published more...

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www.forbes.com

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Instagram Security Warning: Millions At Risk From...

Security researchers at Sophos have warned of a new phishing campaign targeting Instagram users. And this is a phishing campaign with a devious twist. The attackers mock up what's intended to look like two-factor authentication (2FA) in an...

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www.forbes.com

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CEO Fraud | KnowBe4

These include C-level executives, HR, Accounting and IT staff.

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www.knowbe4.com

More News & Tips

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Hacker Claims He Can 'Turn Off 25,000 Cars' At The Push...

Every day millions of us rely on tech to protect our cars from thieves. Immobilizers, for instance, ensure only the owner of the right key fob can start the vehicle. But now that technology has become a security threat, after hackers told Forbes...

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www.forbes.com

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This Teen Hacker Found Bugs in School Software That...

A few short decades ago, the archetypal hacker was a bored teenager breaking into his school's network to change grades, à la Ferris Bueller. So today, when cybersecurity has become the domain of state-sponsored spy agencies and...

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www.wired.com

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Have fun on your trip, but use these travel protection...

Have fun on your trip, but keep your guard up. If it's booking travel online, using public Wi-Fi or making purchases at your destination, cyber criminals lie in wait. Don't let identity theft get in the way of a good time.

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www.orlantech.com

If you should have questions or concerns or would like additional information, please feel free to contact us
at 407-228-7290 or protectme@orlantech.com.