“A More Perfect Internet: Digital Incivility, Cyber-Violence and Fake News” was the second program in a series led by the George Washington University Law School's Global Internet Freedom and Human Rights Project. The event brought together practitioners, academics and student-experts to identify, address and explore ways to combat online pitfalls like cyber-violence, hoaxes and misinformation.
In credit card skimming, a cybercriminal uses a malicious electronic device which ‘skims’ through your credit card data once the magnetic strip of your card is in contact with it and steals information from it in order to take control of your account. Learn basic safety measures that can help you avoid becoming a victim.
In an effort to test Americans’ cyber awareness, Pew surveyed 1,055 adult internet users living in the United States, asking them 13 questions covering many of the general concepts and basic building blocks of protecting oneself online.
Safeguarding against a data breach – and preparing for one – is something small business owners really need to have on their radar. The good news is that there are some effective, if not infallible, defenses small business owners can easily – and inexpensively – implement.
Phishing emails can harm businesses whose identities are spoofed. Don’t want that to happen to your business? Read the new Staff Perspective from the Federal Trade Commission, "Businesses Can Help Stop Phishing and Protect their Brands Using Email Authentication."
The George Washington University Law School’s Global Internet Freedom and Human Rights Project recently hosted a seminar, “A More Perfect Internet: Addressing Digital Incivility, Cyber-Violence and ‘Fake News,’” supported by the Microsoft Technology and Human Rights Center. Read our event recap here.
This #ChatSTC Twitter chat discussed how you can better spot cyber tricks this tax season, the steps you can take to proactively protect your information and what to do if you fall victim to tax identity theft.
A Strategic Approach to Cybersecurity Risk Management: Highlights from the Nasdaq & NCSA Cybersecurity Summit
The National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) and Nasdaq recently partnered to host the Nasdaq & NCSA Cybersecurity Summit in an effort to educate businesses about strategically managing cybersecurity risks and building a company-wide culture of cybersecurity.
Now, even our vehicles – essential parts of our day-to-day lives – are connected to the internet, and while cars’ collection, storage and use of data can help make life more convenient and efficient, they also present security and privacy risks. It’s important to know what information our cars collect, how they use our data and how we can manage our privacy and identities in a growing connected car landscape.