With social distancing and lockdowns in place, many people have turned to going online in order to stay connected for many different reasons, including socializing to ordering supplies. But with this increased attention to the cyber world, many issues come up especially as a result.
As the demand for insurance starts to climb and with many people seeking insurance in many different fields over the coronavirus, many companies have started to compete for customers leading to essentially price wars. There are many legal ways to do this, but one illegal way is through the..
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With many states and cities on lockdown, there is a panic over the information being released. To combat this misinformation, the CDC and the federal government has released a guideline on how to combat and handle this viral pandemic.
As the panic over the Coronavirus continues, many restaurants are being forced to transition to delivery services. Delivery services and take out options such as Grubhub and Doordash to comply with different lockdown orders. While this seems like a lucrative business, from an insurance..
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Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, many states including New Jersey has implemented many social distancing and preventive measures.
Police who have used facial recognition software for their criminal investigations now have justified concerns after one of the many companies that handles such data revealed their database was hacked but not breached.
Mike Smith, CEO of Axis Insurance Services was named Top Specialist Broker by Insurance Business America in their January 2020 issue.
As the build up for Super Bowl 54 was in full swing, on the cyber front, over half of the NFL’s twitter feeds were hacked by a Saudi hacker. These groups simply used a keystroke reader to essentially hack the passwords to their twitter accounts. This allowed them to vandalize their pages and..
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The United States Federal Government announced the surprise filing of cybercrime charges against four Chinese military officials on Monday. These charges stem from the federal investigation into the Equifax Breach in 2017.
Five years after one of the highest profile hacks, Ashley Madison users continue to face hardships when it comes to securing their information online.