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Blacklight: A Real-Time Website Privacy Inspector

Blacklight, a real-time website privacy checker, exposes user-tracking tools and monitors data access during web browsing. Developed by The Markup, it employs a headless browser to identify various surveillance methods, such as third-party cookies, ad trackers, key logging, session recording, canvas fingerprinting, Facebook, and Google Analytics tracking.

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12 Individual Risk Factors

Scams, orchestrated by hackers using psychological tactics, aim to exploit individuals and steal valuable information. These scams often involve social engineering, crafting convincing half-stories to manipulate victims.

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The Beekeeper Movie and Real-Life Fraud

The Beekeeper Movie and Real-Life Fraud In the world of cinema, filmmakers often draw inspiration from real-life events to craft compelling narratives that captivate audiences. One such film that delves into the intricate web of deception is “The Beekeeper.” Typical of a Jason Statham movie, there’s a lot of fight

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AI Phishing Cartoon By Forest Kline 2024

AI in the Digital Age | Dr. Erik Huffman 

Dr. Erik Huffman, in his TEDx Talk, discusses the profound impact of technology on our lives, emphasizing the evolving digital landscape and the psychological vulnerabilities it introduces. He reflects on the transformation from a childhood fascination with computers to his current role as a cyber psychologist specializing in information and human safety.

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End of Talk Like a Vampire Month

End of Talk Like a Vampire Month CyberWyoming’s Initiative Sparks Vigilance in Email Reading As CyberWyoming’s Talk Like a Vampire month concludes, its impact lingers in the realm of email communication. The initiative successfully heightened awareness, encouraging individuals to approach their inboxes with a discerning eye. Throughout the month, CyberWyoming

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Empowering Women: Achieving Financial Independence in Household Finances

Empowering Women: Achieving Financial Independence in Household Finances By Guest Blogger Mia Murdock, Founder and Principal Planning Advisor of Mosaic Planning Group In today’s world, it is crucial for women to actively participate in managing the finances of their households. Unfortunately, many women still find themselves in challenging situations when

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Data Privacy Week 2024 Emphasizes Business Education

DATA PRIVACY WEEK 2024 EMPHASIZES BUSINESS EDUCATION Through the 2024 Data Privacy Week theme of take control of your data, CyberWyoming encourages small businesses to recognize and support the principle that all organizations share the responsibility of being conscientious stewards of personal information. The goal of Data Privacy Week is

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Talk Like a Vampire Month

In the dynamic realm of cybersecurity, organizations continually seek innovative methods to raise awareness about the concealed threats in the digital landscape. CyberWyoming, a pioneering force in small business cybersecurity education, has embraced an unconventional approach with the introduction of “Talk Like a Vampire Month.” This initiative aims not only to inject a sense of levity into the typically serious subject of cybersecurity but also to illuminate how interpreting emails with a vampire’s perspective can enhance the identification of suspicious activities.

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Announcing CyberWyoming’s Tech Joke of the Week

In the fast-paced world of cybersecurity, where threats loom and digital defenses are continually tested, a little humor can go a long way. CyberWyoming’s Joke of the Week offers a delightful break from the seriousness of the cyber realm, bringing a touch of levity to those dedicated to safeguarding digital landscapes.

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