Privacy, Hacking and Virus Alerts

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“Breaking and Entering: The Extraordinary Story of a Hacker Called ‘Alien,'” Sherri Davidoff, an MIT hacker turned cybersecurity CEO of LMG (Lake Missoula Group)

“We break into companies and write reports about it.”

Nonprofit expands free security services for campaigns as election season heats up

DDC is designed to be a one-stop shop for campaigns to get protections against phishing, websites and mobile app security, multi-factor authentication through security keys, and more.

Citing risk of cyber attacks, Missoula County adds chief information officer

“Looking at what has happened with other municipalities, cyber security is paramount in small governments and large governments. Because technology permeates everything we do, we’re really vulnerable.” Commissioner Josh Slotnick

An Open Source Effort to Encrypt the Internet of Things

IoT is a security hellscape. One cryptography company has a plan to make it a little bit less so.

Montana State University’s spy-proof research lab nears completion

University officials want the new secure lab to attract classified research in areas like cyber-security from the U.S. departments of Defense, Energy and Homeland Security, as well as corporate research projects that need to avoid the prying eyes of rivals foreign and domestic.

Never think you’re immune – Phishing Is Getting More Sophisticated. Here’s What to Look Out For

Experts weigh in on the best practices for combating the next wave of data breaches.

Texas School District Loses $2.3 Million in Phishing Incident

School district officials have not yet fully explained how the money was transferred to the hackers, but investigators say they have some “leads” as to who the cybercriminals might be.

Cybercrooks are targeting retirement accounts, and there’s no guarantee you’ll get your money back

“Hackers are finding it’s getting harder to hack bank accounts, so they’re saying where else is there more money? Where can we go?”

State and Local Governments Face Iranian Hacking Threats

U.S. state and local governments and critical infrastructure operators are on high alert for cyberattacks following recent events in Iraq and Iran.

Remote Work Has a Hidden Challenge: Data Security. Here’s How Experts Overcome It

These best practices can make a huge difference for any startup with remote employees.