A Case Study in Workplace Sabotage

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Nestled between the Calavera Hills to the east and the cool, blue waters of the Pacific Ocean to the west, the charming seaside town of Carlsbad sits perched on rugged cliffs along Southern California’s coastline. Beneath its noted balmy climate and laid back atmosphere, this northern suburb of San Diego was the site of a serious cyberattack. Unlike many attacks … Read More

Disgruntled Employees and Data Security

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As any company knows, some of its former employees do not part ways on gracious or friendly terms. Some, in fact, leave with an ax to grind. What is worse for the businesses is that frequently these employees harbor these feelings before they leave the company and may act out in anticipation of their resignation or termination. This can be … Read More

Security Risks with Contact Tracing App for COVID-19

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Contact Tracing App Google Apple

Tech giants Apple and Google have decided to work together in an effort to create a system that uses Bluetooth on our mobile phones to detect when you have come into contact with someone who may be positive for Coronavirus. This system is called “contact tracing” and by using mobile phones and their connectivity, public health organizations can see who … Read More

Staying Cyber Safe in Job Searching and Interviewing

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Best Practices for Safe Online Job Search

Applying for a job in the digital age means your personal information is shared with potential employers and companies must weed through the digital footprint candidates leave behind. Little information remains private in the process of job searching and both job seekers and employers must take precautions in both applying and interviewing. Applying for a Job There are hundreds of … Read More