Plunged Into Darkness: The Threat of Power Grid Hacking

Plunged Into Darkness: The Threat of Power Grid Hacking

While a report prepared by the Risk and Infrastructure Science Center indicates that severe weather — like Hurricanes Harvey and Maria — lead the pack when it comes to causes of power outages in the U.S., Mother Nature is not without rivals. Power grids can go down for a number of reasons beyond natural disasters. They often use aging equipment, are prone to human error and can just malfunction. However, energy hackers are starting to play more of a role in blackouts.

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RSA’s Quarterly Fraud Report Finds Decrease in Cyberfraud

RSA’s Quarterly Fraud Report Finds Decrease in Cyberfraud

Perhaps the most encouraging and notable piece of RSA’s most recent quarterly report comes in the form of an overall decrease in cyberfraud. The total amount of cyberfraud attacks observed from January 1, 2018 to March 31, 2018, represented a decrease not only from the previous quarter (16.2%) but also from the same quarter of 2017 (8.6%).

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Insider Tips for Making the Most of the ACFE Global Fraud Conference

Insider Tips for Making the Most of the ACFE Global Fraud Conference

We recently recorded a webinar for those of you who are new members and first-time attendees of the upcoming 29th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference. In the webinar, ACFE staff shared key insider tips for making the most out of your conference experience.

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