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The 10 Biggest Computer Hacks – Disasters We Can Learn From

Hacker History we should all know – safeguarding data has a lot to do with learning from those who have been hit in the past and not repeating their mistakes.  Every hack I can think of involves at least one mistake made by company leadership or their end-users (not well educated on safe data handling practices)…

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5-Minute Phone Break-In

When she fires up the “baby crying soundtrack” you know it’s GAME OVER! Social engineers are smart – often doing things you’d never be able to predict or prepare for.

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Watch This Guy Break in…in Only 5 Minutes!

How long does it take someone to take over your computers? Watch this guy gain access with a simple email, URL, and phone call to tech support. Notice, firewall technology is not involved in this attack…no coding, no drawn out planning, just a simple call to ask someone to click a link – check this out:

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Beware Of These Phishing Scams

According to an article in Business News Daily entitled “Cybersecurity: A Small Business Guide”, phishing is “the most commonly deployed form of cybertheft”. Essentially, phishing is an attempt, via email, to collect sensitive information from the email recipient, such as his/her usernames, passwords and credit card information. The email usually contains a link to a fraudulent website. Oftentimes, both the email and the website look legitimate enough for people to fall victim to the scam.

To protect you and your company, here are the most popular phishing examples that you might come across, and how to respond to them if you do.



Customer Lists as Trade Secrets

“Customer lists are often one of a business’s most valuable assets”, as stated by this article. In California, some customer lists are recognized as trade secrets, according to the California Uniform Trade Secret Act (CUTSA). Thus, CA courts require businesses to take reasonable steps towards “maintaining the secrecy of its customer list”.

Cyber criminals realize how valuable customer lists are to businesses; which is why customer lists are the main targets for hackers. This article offers steps to ensure that customer lists qualify as trade secrets, which are protected by law.

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