NYC Announces City’s First-Ever Cybersecurity Initiative

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Via NYC.gov: Mayor Bill de Blasio has a announced “NYC Secure“, New York City’s first ever cyber-security initiative. NYC Secure will defend New Yorkers from malicious cyber activity on mobile devices, across public Wi-Fi networks, and beyond. The first NYC Secure programs will include a free City-sponsored smartphone protection app that, when installed, will issue […]

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KRACK Attack Opens Your Wi-Fi Networks to Snooping

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Mathy VanHoef, a researcher with the imec-DistriNet Research Group at University of Leuven, Belgium has released a paper titled Key Reinstallation Attacks: Forcing Nonce Reuse in WPA2 which details a major vulnerability in the WPA2 wireless security protocol. Per VanHoef’s release notes: [A]ttackers can use this novel attack technique to read information that was previously […]

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Text Messaging Through Case Management Systems

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When a client asks – “Can I text it to you?” How do you respond? Does your firm supply cell phones? Are you comfortable giving out your personal cell phone number to your clients? Do you ask IT Support to create a Google Voice number for you? If you use a cell phone or a […]

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