FBI Issues Cybersecurity Warning to Air Travelers

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has issued a warning to air travelers to be wary of bogus US airport websites when booking flights online.

Onion Browsers Can Make You Cry

Onion Browsers Can Make You Cry - Cybersecurity news - Security Tips and Advice
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the FBI recently alerted organizations against threats spurring out of the Tor anonymity network.

Treasury Releases Fraud and Money Mule ID Tips

The US Treasury Department's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) has released an advisory warning of criminals using COVID-19-related imposter scams and money mule schemes.

NSA releases guidance on securing IPsec Virtual Private Networks

NSA's VPN guidance also highlights the importance of using strong cryptography to protect sensitive info contained within traffic while traversing untrusted networks when connecting to remote servers.

US Government shares tips on defending against cyberattacks via Tor

The CISA advisory, written in collaboration with the FBI, shares technical details on how threat actors can use Tor software and network infrastructure for anonymity during their malicious campaigns.

Federal Reserve shares tips on mitigating synthetic identity fraud

The U.S. Federal Reserve today issued guidance on how financial organizations from the United States can mitigate payment fraud attempts carried out with the help of synthetic identity accounts.

CISA Issues Advisory on Home Routers

The Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has issued an alert on flaws in Netgear routers that remote attackers can exploit to take control of them.

NSA Revises Guidance on Teleworking Services for Government Users

The NSA updated its guidance to help federal agencies choose secure collaboration services, changing its determination of whether a number of products offer end-to-end encryption and other features.

NSA issues cybersecurity guidelines for remote desktop users

The US National Security Agency (NSA) has released a series of telework guidelines, emphasizing the importance of end-to-end encryption and other security measures.

Put an End to Zoombombing: Admins can Disable Personal Meeting IDs

Put an End to Zoombombing: Admins can Disable Personal Meeting IDs - Cybersecurity news - Security Tips and Advice
With the latest Zoom security update, admins will be able to disable Personal Meeting IDs (PMI) to prevent unauthorized individuals from joining their private meetings.

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