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Data Scraping Is on the Rise: Here’s How to Mitigate the Damage

Toolbox security | May 26, 2021 -- Social media is a gold mine of information, filled with enough personal data to make any fraudster happy. It’s why there has been an uptick in data breaches and cyberattacks hitting major social media platforms. In this piece, Justine Fox of NuData Security explains how social media platforms can mitigate damage from these types of attacks without impacting the user experience. For the complete article, go here.

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Interview with Justine Fox: Impact of remote work on cybersecurity and cyber hygiene

AI Tech Park | May 18, 2021 -- Organizations of any size are at risk of human error, so informational campaigns about phishing and social engineering attacks are important tools to increasing technology literacy.  Many data breaches occur due to the human element of our organizations. This makes technology literacy a key metric that directly impacts an organization’s cyber resiliency or an individual. In this interview with AI tech park, Justine Fox explores the impact of remote work on cybersecurity

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Passive Biometrics Help Battle SIM Swap Fraud

Passive Biometrics Help Battle SIM Swap FraudAt a high level, SIM swap fraud involves bad actors using personal data that transfer victims’ cell numbers to their own SIM cards (a key component of mobile devices) in order to gain access to incoming calls, text messages and security prompts, which in turn can be used to gain access to communications that should have gone to the victim. Before delving into how to stop it, it’s worth stopping for some background as

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Protecting Remote Workers Against the Perils of Public WI-FI

Protecting Remote Workers Against the Perils of Public WI-FICoffee shops, airports, libraries: employees can connect to public Wi-Fi networks anywhere. The resumption of travel and the reopening of public spaces raises new concerns about how to keep remote work secure. In particular, many employees used to working in the relative safety of an office or private home may be unaware of the risks associated with public Wi-Fi.So, how do you keep your company’s data safe? Robert W Capps II writes

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Inclusion as a Foundational Principle of Design for Security Solutions

Inclusion as a Foundational Principle of Design for Security SolutionsThe inclusion of individuals of all abilities and ages is an absolutely crucial element to incorporate into security solutions. However, it is often missing.To learn more about inclusion as a principle of design, PaymentsJournal sat down with Justin Fox, Director of Software Engineering for the NuData Platform at NuData Security, Dave Senci, VP of Product Development, Cyber & Intelligence Solutions at Mastercard, and Tim Sloane, VP of Payments Innovation at Mercator

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