On October 30, 2023, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) took a...Read More
Greg Aaron, Lyman Chapin, Dr. Colin Strutt and CAUCE Board Member David Piscitello, all of the Interisle Consulting Group, today announced the publication of the seminal report Phishing Landscape 2020: A Study of the Scope and Distribution of Phishing.
The report can be found at http://www.interisle.net/PhishingLandscape2020.html
Two weeks after the data breach, drug company Glaxo Smith Kline finally got around to notifying their clients, people registered at various 'product' websites, that their data was stolen. Along with your email address...Read More
Epsilon Interactive, who sends commercial email on behalf of hundreds of companies, admitted to a security breach that they detected some time in March. Epsilon and its parent company, Alliance Data, have posted two press...Read More
So far, 67 companies have admitted to having lost your personal information (PII) as a result of the Epsilon breach, including at least 8 financial institutions (list here). Epsilon, and their customers are issuing advice to...Read More
There have been several recent email list breaches involving some of the largest email service providers ("ESPs") in the U.S. In each case, an unauthorized third party has gained access to the user accounts of a number...Read More
Kidnap. Rape. There are no lesser words that can be used to describe what happened to the daughter of an anti-spam investigator in Russia.
The criminals behind these vicious acts were also responsible for large spamming organization associated with Russian Mob activity.
When someone is mugged, harassed, kidnapped or raped on a sidewalk, we don’t call it “sidewalk crime” and call for new laws to regulate sidewalks. It is crime, and those who commit crimes are subject to the full force of the law.