Security Stack Sheet #17

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Word of the week “Paranoia Is Now a Best Practice” Bust out the tinfoil—the data security crisis is worse than you ever imagined. Online content manipulation contributed to a seventh consecutive year of overall decline in internet freedom, along with a rise in disruptions to mobile internet service and increases in physical and technical attacks on….

Security Stack Sheet #16

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Word of the week “Cyberbully-gaslighting” Gaslighting is a form of psychological manipulation that seeks to sow seeds of doubt in a targeted individual or in members of a targeted group, making them question their own memory, perception, and sanity. Using persistent denial, misdirection, contradiction, and lying, it attempts to destabilize the victim and delegitimize the victim’s belief Wiki HERE Links HERE and….

Security Stack Sheet #15

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Word of the week “Synesthesia” Detecting Screen Content via Remote Acoustic Side Channels – And you thought you were safe behind your laptop screen… We show that subtle acoustic noises emanating from within computer screens can be used to detect the content displayed on the screens. This sound can be picked up by ordinary microphones….

Security Stack Sheet #14

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Word of the week “Cyber-psychopathology” Cyberchondria, cyberbullying, cybersuicide, cybersex: “new” psychopathologies for the 21st century? The Internet and related technologies permeate our every-day functioning to the extent that it has become difficult to imagine life without them. As their penetrance increases, so does discussion of, and research into, new problematic behaviours and psychopathologies, especially “Internet….

Security Stack Sheet #13

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Word of the week “Save your Company’s Bacon” Do you know an individual or team that deserves recognition for going over and above the call of duty when it comes to protecting their organisations from cyber threats? Maybe they have saved the day from a cyber attack or malware infection or rescued the organisation from….