Cybersafety Sentinel December 2023 Week 1 | Informatica

Weekly Insights from Cybersafety Sentinel

Stay informed with Informatica’s Cybersafety Sentinel’s December 2023 Week 1 edition. This week, we explore critical topics such as cybercrime costs, Meta’s pixel tracking, and the urgent need for cyberattack response plans in schools. Gain expert strategies to enhance your cybersecurity measures and protect your digital assets.

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Depending on whose statistics you trust, cybercrime will cost the world almost $10 Trillion* in 2024 and 91% of breaches start with phishing. Weaponized email attacks are notoriously difficult to identify because they use social engineering, fear and urgency to trigger an impulsive reaction. Read More

Has Meta’s Pixel Tracking Gone Too Far?

Picture a high school student who wants to go to college, likes to cheer on her school’s football team, and plays in a sport or two herself… Although she surfed the internet in the privacy of her home, Facebook saw much of what she did. Read More

School Boards Desperately Need Cyberattack Response Plans

Tali Laham Wilner didn’t do much of anything after she got to school on Nov. 9. Not because she didn’t want to, but because there was a network outage throughout the York Region District School Board. Read More

Parents Must be Aware of Their Childrens Activity Online

Police in Prince George, B.C., are warning about the dangers of sexual extortion after the suicide of a 12-year-old boy in their community. Investigators have since determined his actions were in response to online sextortion, according to an RCMP news release. Police are still working to identify a suspect. Read More

When Will Ottawa Take Cybersecurity Threats Seriously?

Five of six recommendations to tackle a “high-risk” municipal cybersecurity issue are now about a year overdue. Auditor general Nathalie Gougeon said her office has made 438 recommendations on a range of issues to city management since 2018. Read More

Investigation Launched Into Multi-Decade Data Breach

Canada’s privacy commissioner has launched an investigation into a cyberattack targeting private companies that help relocate military, federal police and foreign service members across the country and around the world. Read More

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