Data Breach

US Health Care Fraud Schemes Worth $1.3 billion

U.S. prosecutors announced Thursday that they have charged more than 400 people with taking part in health care fraud and opioid scams that totaled $1.3 billion in false billing. Attorney General Jeff Sessions called the collective action the “largest health

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Data-Crunching Reduces Massive Health Care Fraud

Health care fraud continues as cybercriminals find new ways to hack systems, but thankfully new gadgets and years of training are now diminishing those fraud and cyber attacks. However, for Dr. Mike Cohen’s work station, there are no high-tech forensic gadgets or state-of

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Laptops Hiding Secret Keyloggers

Keyloggers are malicious computer functions allowing hackers to track everything you type into your computer or laptop. Now you see why this can put a user into a very dangerous situation with their personal identity all over one’s personal computer. Criminals or malware can

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Disney Movies Hacked for Ransom

Disney movies are the hit for all ages, but one fan could not wait their turn on a few unreleased movies as Chief, Bob Iger, recently reports hackers are claiming to have access to one of the company’s unreleased movies were demanding a

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Cyber Attack Demands Ransomware

The massive international cyber attack that struck last week will be a big wake-up call for Microsoft users today as ransomware is demanding $300-$600 per device. The WannaCrypt ransomware used in the attack was “drawn from the exploits stolen from the National

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Debunked Online Security Breach Myths

Strong passwords will protect you from an online security breach, right? Wrong.  The Pew Research came out with a new report including details of American’s biggest misconceptions about cybersecurity.   RELATED: Surprising Ways of Stolen Identity Myth 1. Emails are always secure Fewer than half

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Internet Outage – Amazon Web Services

The internet outage on Tuesday affected several Eastern US users with Amazon Web Services at fault for this technical failure dinging thousands of websites. The failure started around 15 minutes to 10 Tuesday (Feb 28) and ran for about four hours.  The

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Hacked Printers Stealing Your Money

Cybercriminals always seem to be one step ahead of security precautions, especially in the digital life as hacked printers are at the top with criminals stealing your money right from that personal data.  Hackers like to target smartphones and computers for their devious schemes,

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Million Dollar Fraud Trial Finds HBOS Bankers Guilty

Latest fraud trial finds HBOS bankers guilty for contributing to losses that led to taxpayer-funded rescues of several of Britain’s top banks during the financial crisis. Two former HBOS bankers and four other people were found guilty on Monday in a $307

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Ransomware Blamed for Hospitals Shutting Down Systems

An NHS hospital trust which was forced to shut down systems and cancel operations as a result of a cyberattack has revealed that a ransomware infection was the source of the problem. The cyberattack against Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS

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