5 Key #CyberSecurity Trends for 2020

Cyber Security, Cyber Warfare, IoT Security, Online Reputation Control, Online Reputation Security, Reputation Security, Social Engineering, Social Media Cyber Security, Weaponized Media
5 Key Cyber Security trends of 2020 by Digijaks CEO Alan W. Silberberg 2020 is going to be lit, at least in the cyber world. We are not talking about the fireworks from New Year's Eve celebrations. Nor are we talking about the circus in Washington, DC, or any other world capitol. One day snapshot of Digijaks CEO Twitter account @ideagov So, what is coming in 2020? What do we need to be looking for? Polymorphic Malware + Artificial Intelligence. Continued at #1 from 2019 trends due to ever increasing use and now fully automated attacks as well. What the heck is polymorphic malware you may be asking? Basically, in the most simple terms, it is malware that changes upon detection, or "morphs" into a new form, or goes into…
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Cyber Security of Weaponized Media in a Socially Engineered World

Corprorate Cyber Security., Cyber Security, Cyber Warfare, Cybersecurity, cyberwar, Digital Defense, Gov 2.0, IoT Security, Online Reputation Control, Reputation Security, Social Engineering, Social Media Cyber Security, US National Cyber Defense, Weaponized Media
I.     Introduction The world is seeing an ongoing multi-faceted cyber attack(s) (social engineering) that uses weaponized fake media, digital false flags and other digitally obfuscated materials. These attacks stem from nation states, paid hacker cartels and mercenary hackers globally. These cyber security attacks utilize social engineering, weaponized media and fake media. We have been studying these socially engineered attacks since 2009, and have created unique responses to them. II.    Main body The Green Revolution of 2009 in Iran marked the first known use of weaponized social media. The Government of Iran utilized Twitter to get western citizens to spread their propaganda. Fast forward to 2016, where USA itself was attacked through long term, dedicated weaponized media cyber assault on our democracy; and government alike by Russia and its agents. This…
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