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Read past newsletters here:

May 2022: The Evolution of Hacking as a Business
Aril 2022: Fakecalls’ Banking Trojan
March 2022: Critical Infrastructure Meets IoT
February 2022: Zelle Smishing
January 2022: Nefarious Use of Bluetooth Tracker Fobs
December 2021: The Role of Cybersecurity in Cream Cheese
November 2021: Amazon One
October 2021: Apple Pay Security Flaw
September 2021: Fake Vax Cards
August 2021: Weaponized eBooks
July 2021: Why Do These Hacks Keep Happening?
June 2021: Beware of Smishing
May 2021: LinkedIn Fake Profile Scam
April 2021: Malware as a Service
March 2021: Hosting Online Meetings Safely
February 2021: Keep Your Devices Updated
January 2021: A New Year in Cybersecurity
December 2020: Quite and End to Quite a Year
November 2020: Don’t Touch That Phish
October 2020: October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month
September 2020: Working Safely from Home (Continued)
August 2020: Working Safely from Home
July 2020: TikTok Makes News Headlines Over Supposed Security Flaws
June 2020: Its On the Internet So It Must Be True
May 2020: Stay Safe at Home
April 2020: How Phish Multiply
February 2020: How the Corona Virus is Spreading to Computers
January 2020: The Accelerating Pace of Cyberthreats
December 2019: Juice Jacking
November 2019: Are You Ready for the Holiday Season?  Scammers Certainly Are
October 2019: Cyber Civility and Cyber Security: Two sides of the same coin
September 2019: Healthy Skepticism
August 2019: Passwords Revisited
July 2019: The Current State Ransomware
June 2019: Malware Hidden in Apps
May 2019: When the People Who Protect Us Get Hacked
April 2019: Why Cybersecurity Matters to FIT
March 2019: Progress in the Internet of Things
February 2019: Tax Scams
January 2019: Mistaken Alexa and Weaponized Hot Tubs
December 2018: Location Services
November 2018: DeepFakes
October 2018: Free Coffee
September 2018: SIM Swap Attacks
August 2018: Clickbait
July 2018: This is Not a Drive-By
June 2018: Mabna
May 2018: The Internet of Things (part 2)
April 2018: The Internet of Things