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RKN Global calls attention to identity theft, which is not just a threat to adults, but to children as well. Children are especially vulnerable to identity theft because their more limited financial interactions can enable the theft to go unnoticed for a long time. Learn more...

Crypto: Are the Tech Giants Jumping In?

Why would big tech companies be jumping in to the crypto market? Crypto coins with developer communities, strong fundamentals and large transaction volumes have done better than other digital assets in the early part of 2019. In the cryptocurrency market, EOS and Litecoin were doing well and the two blockchain networks saw amazing progress in […]

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UK Solution to Help Tackle Cyber Threats: Cyber Security Competition

A cyber security competition.  There are many countries investing big in cyber security, and one of them is the United Kingdom. The country’s National Cyber Security Strategy (NCSS) has set out a plan to make the UK more resilient, secure and strong when it comes to cyber attacks, with the goal of becoming the most […]

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Cyber Security Education to Combat Cyber Crime

  Fraud related to cyber security is a significant issue worldwide, with what seems to be a never-ending slew of scams and other crimes related to the internet.  In the UK, police are turning to cyber security education to increase their understanding and to better advise people about how to protect themselves. UK Police to […]

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Pension Funds and Investing in Crypto?

    Investing in crypto? There are millions worldwide depending on pensions for their retirements. Unfortunately, pension funds don’t always do so well.  For instance, in 2012, Air Canada went into a massive $4.2 billion pension solvency deficit. The largest public pension fund in the United States – the California Public Employees’ Retirement System – […]

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Security Firm Briefly Hijacked Accounts on Twitter to Show Vulnerability

Some popular Twitter accounts were hijacked briefly late last year by security firm Insinia to show the alleged flaws in the social media platform. Mike Godfrey, who runs the U.K.-based cybersecurity business, said that his team hijacked accounts to show how anyone who knows the phone number of a user can tweet from his or […]

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