June 2018 - Breach and Attack Simulations made easy.

Daily Brief – June 29, 2018

As Google slowly takes over every aspect of our lives, they’re now reaching into the video game industry as well. Their supposed streaming service would offload the work of rendering graphics to beefy computers elsewhere, allowing even the cheapest PCs to play high-end games. If that sounds too good to be true, how about reading some

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Daily Brief – June 28, 2018

As the iPhone vs. Android debate continues until the end of time, how well do their operating systems fare in terms of security? Read on for today’s awesome brief. Exactis said to have exposed 340 million records, more than Equifax breach I looked up the population of the US and it was around 325 million in

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Daily Brief – June 27, 2018

You can hack my IoT devices all you want (kidding), but now my holidays could potentially be hacked, too? As if I don’t have enough to deal with at airports already. I just want to use my PTO and not have to think about things… Let’s kick off today’s brief.   First Women-Led Cybersecurity Venture Capital

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Daily Brief – June 26, 2018

Time to think twice before writing your aimbot. An Overwatch player in South Korea just got sentenced to a year in prison for hacking the game and generating $180,000. If you’re going to hack a game, maybe do it in a country where cheating in video games isn’t criminalized… On to today’s happy cyber news!

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Daily Brief – June 25, 2018

Back to the grind, people! Happy Monday and I hope everyone had a stellar weekend. We wanted to do you all a favor… Time to dust of those old vintage consoles and games your mom dumped in the basement years ago! Find a copy of “Nintendo World Championships 1990” and you’re looking at $100,000. On

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Daily Brief – June 22, 2018

You’re probably reading this newsletter because you thought Threatcare was a pretty cool company. Or, maybe you just want that quick, daily brief. But if you have 2 more seconds to spare out of your busy morning, we would love it if you voted Threatcare for AustinInno’s Coolest Companies contest. Clearly, we are cool enough

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Daily Brief – June 21, 2018

Morning/Afternoon/Evening to you all, depending on where you are in the world as you read this. There’s seemingly been a peculiar amount of hacking going on yesterday and today and Threatcare is bringing the news to you. We would also like to remind you that TOMORROW (June 22nd) is World Rainforest Day. It isn’t always

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Daily Brief – June 20, 2018

Can #METOO change the toxic culture of sexism and harassment at cybersecurity conferences? Hard hitting article by Ava Kofman on the landscape of the cybersecurity industry. Arizona man sentenced to prison for cyberattack in Wisconsin The attack happened a little over three years ago in Madison, WI. South Korea’s Bithumb loses $32 million in digital money heist,

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Daily Brief – June 19, 2018

Website attacks up as smaller businesses are targeted 18.7 million websites are affected at any one time as smaller companies and sites are easy targets. Atlanta’s Women Cybersecurity Leaders Stoke Interest in Tech with Girl Scouts Executive cybersecurity roles are becoming occupied by more and more women and now they are laying the foundation for the

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Daily Brief – June 18, 2018

Homeland Security: Just ‘A Matter Of Time’ Until Planes Are Hacked WiFi is more and more prevalent on airliners and the Department of Homeland Security is conducting exercises to evaluate potential threat levels. Liberty customers have not suffered financial losses due to cyber attack: CEO As of Sunday, no customers have been “financially” impacted. Half-time

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