‘Harmless’ social media quiz? Maybe not; Avoid these online pitfalls
Don’t share your passwords, don’t give out personal information, and don’t click on links from people you don’t know. But there are some seemingly harmless things that you are doing right now online that might put your information at risk. With that information, hackers can come up with an algorithm to figure out your Social Security number. Also, do not think that just because you have antivirus software that you are at no risk of getting hacked. Chiappone also warns of running two antivirus software programs on your computer.
Banks could get fined for cyber breaches, top regulator says
Copyright 2019 CNN(CNN) - Cybersecurity is the biggest threat facing America's banks, FDIC Chairman Jelena McWilliams told CNN Business. McWilliams, a Trump-appointed regulator who helps oversee about 4,000 mostly smaller lenders, said the FDIC could fine a bank that suffers a major breach after failing to fix weak cyber defenses flagged by the agency. Beyond a fine, McWilliams said shoddy cyber defenses could force regulators to downgrade their ratings on bank management teams. McWilliams said the FDIC is "monitoring" the cyber defenses and "continuously" testing the safety and structure of banks' networks and firewalls. 1 risk facing large banks and the banking system as a wholeIn addition to cyber, community banks are also facing competitive pressure from credit unions, nonbank lenders and even tech companies.
Cybersecurity a top priority for President Obama
Cybersecurity a top priority for President Obama President Obama is meeting with top tech leaders at Stanford University to discuss ways to strengthen cybersecurity. CBS News senior White House correspondent Bill Plante joins CBSN with more.cbsnews.com