Consumer Threat Notices

5 Tips To Protect Your IoT Devices

Do you think as yourself as living in a “smart home”? If you look around you may notice that you are surrounded by internet-connected, computing devices, including IP cameras, speakers, doorbells, and even refrigerators. These physical products embedded with electronics and software are generally referred to as the Internet of Things (IoT). IoT products differ …

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Ransomware Hits Health Care Once Again, 45,000 Patient Records Compromised in Blue Springs Breach

More and more, ransomware attacks are targeting one specific industry – health care. As detailed in our McAfee Labs Threats Report: March 2018, health care experienced a dramatic 210% overall increase in cyber incidents in 2017. Unfortunately, 2018 is showing no signs of slowing. In fact, just this week it was revealed that patient records …

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Millions of Facebook Users May Have Unknowingly Shared Posts Publicly Because of New Bug

Facebook, Facebook, Facebook – between malware leveraging Facebook Messenger to send phishing messages, to apps on the platform mishandling customer data, the social media network has dealt with its fair share of cybersecurity woes these past few months. And just this week, yet another issue has emerged. It was discovered that a bug within Facebook …

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How To Spot Tech Support Scams

 When something goes wrong with your computer or devices, it can cause a panic. After all, most of us depend on technology not only to work and connect with others, but also to stay on top of our daily lives. That’s why tech support scams are often successful. They appear to offer help when …