A compilation of notable security news and blog posts from the 30th of October to the 5th of November. This week, we highlighted on a tech support scam campaign, a malvertising campaign, a new way to spread phishing links, and a way for businesses to address cyber threats.
George Washington University’s Center for Cyber and Homeland Security (CCHS), a “think and do” tank responsible for carrying out research and analysis on homeland security, counter-terrorism, and cybersecurity issues, has recently released a new report entitled “Into the Gray Zone: The Private Sector and Active Defense against Cyber Threats”.
The ICIT, an American cybersecurity research institute, has made a case about the importance of healthcare security in an age where the threat landscape is rapidly changing; however, medical institutions continually fail or are slow to adapt. As a result, patients end up at the losing end.
A recent study reveals (if not confirms) what most people may have already perceived: that most teens navigate the Internet via their smartphones using various websites and apps, and that there is a “digital disconnect” between U.S. parents and their teen children, who are between 13-17 years of age.