Today’s Cyberthreats: Bank of America Hack, NASA Security Void
Each weekday, TechNewsDaily’s colleagues at SecurityNewsDaily give us a roundup on what’s worrying the guardians of cyberspace. Here’s what’s happening:
BANK OF AMERICA HACK: A Detroit-area woman claims her Bank of America account has been hacked; the bank is denying the hack, but others have come forward saying their accounts were tampered with as well.
NASA SECURITY VOID: NASA’s internal computer network is full of holes and is extremely vulnerable to an external cyberattack, an audit by the space agency’s inspector general has found. Even worse, it appears several of the vulnerabilities have been known for months, yet remained unpatched.
SAFER SOCIAL NETWORKING: Most people love connecting online with friends and family, yet few realize the risks of posting personal information. Here are six easy steps to take for a safer social networking experience.