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Google Announces Changes to SERPs for Mobile Friendly Results By Ed Nailor, Interactive Director / Creative Services • 4/20/15 On February 26, 2015, Google announced a change to their search algorithms used to ranks sites in their search results that are geared towards the “mobile-friendly” nature of a website. Specifically, Google stated the following: “Starting […]
NEED SOME ESPIONAGE DONE? HACKERS ARE FOR HIRE ONLINE By Matthew Goldstein • 1/15/15 The home page of Hacker’s List, a website that matches hackers with people looking for someone to delete embarrassing photos or retrieve a password Credit. A man in Sweden says he will pay up to $2,000 to anyone who can break […]
HOW MY MOM GOT HACKED By Alina Simone • 1/02/15 MY mother received the ransom note on the Tuesday before Thanksgiving. It popped up on her computer screen soon after she’d discovered that all of her files had been locked. “Your files are encrypted,” it announced. “To get the key to decrypt files you have […]
‘RANSOMWARE’ A GROWING THREAT TO SMALL BUSINESS Cybercriminals, using malware in bogus email, freeze computer files until a ransom is paid. By Ruth Simon • WSJ • 4/15/15 More small businesses are falling victim to “ransomware,” in which malicious code locks up computer files and cybercriminals demand a ransom to free them. Mark Stefanick, president […]
GANGS OF HACKERS CAUSE CYBER BREACHES TO SPIKE 23% By Elizabeth Weise • USATODAY • 4/14/15 SAN FRANCISCO — Organized criminal gangs of hackers got smarter, faster and more ubiquitous last year, pulling off 312 major breaches against companies. That’s up 23% from the year before, Symantec’s 2014 Internet threat report found. Health care companies were a […]
HACKED VS. HACKERS: GAME ON By Nicole Perlroth • 10/12/14 “ ‘Patch and pray’ is not a strategic answer,” Dr. Shrobe said. “If that’s all you do, you’re going to drown.” The Wake-Up Call A bleak recap: In the last two years, breaches have hit the White House, the State Department, the top federal […]