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Social Media Use Surges: How Marketers Should Respond
by Grace Duffy on March 28, 2020 at 10:00 am
Welcome to this week’s edition of the Social Media Marketing Talk Show, a news show for marketers who want to stay on the leading edge of social media. On this week’s Social Media Marketing Talk Show, we explore what global spikes in social media usage mean for marketing strategies and LinkedIn’s new conversation ads format The post Social Media Use Surges: How Marketers Should Respond appeared first on Social Media Marketing | Social Media Examiner.
9 Best Conference Call Services of 2020 Compared (w/ Free Options)
by Editorial Staff on March 27, 2020 at 10:28 am
Are you looking for the best online conference call service for your business? With the rising trend of remote working, many businesses rely heavily on conference calls, group video calls, and group team chats. There are tons of great free and paid conference call services… Read More » The post 9 Best Conference Call Services of 2020 Compared (w/ Free Options) appeared first on WPBeginner.
Creating Social Videos That Grow Strong Connections
by Michael Stelzner on March 27, 2020 at 10:00 am
Wondering how to use video to build stronger connections with your customers and prospects? Looking for a process to follow for your next video? To explore how to create emotional connections with video, I interview Matt Johnston on the Social Media Marketing Podcast. Matt is a former journalist turned video marketing expert and founder of The post Creating Social Videos That Grow Strong Connections appeared first on Social Media Marketing | Social Media Examiner.
50 Most Common WordPress Errors and How to Fix Them
by Editorial Staff on March 26, 2020 at 10:00 am
While WordPress is really easy to use, there are some common WordPress errors that can make you panic. The good thing is that the WordPress error you are seeing on your site is most likely been reported and resolved by someone before you. At WPBeginner,… Read More » The post 50 Most Common WordPress Errors and How to Fix Them appeared first on WPBeginner.
How to Sell Gift Cards with WordPress and Boost Your Revenue
by Editorial Staff on March 25, 2020 at 1:07 pm
Do you want to sell gift cards on your website? Selling gift cards for your store, service, or digital products is an easy way for businesses to boost revenue and improve cash flow. In this article, we’ll share three different ways that you can use… Read More » The post How to Sell Gift Cards with WordPress and Boost Your Revenue appeared first on WPBeginner.
Tupperware Website Compromised with Credit Card Skimmer
by David Bisson on March 27, 2020 at 11:32 am
Digital attackers compromised the website of kitchen and household products manufacturer Tupperware with a credit card skimmer. On March 20, researchers at Malwarebytes observed that attackers had compromised tupperware[.]com by hiding malicious code within an image file. This code activated when a user attempted to check out and complete their purchase on Tupperware’s online store. … Read More The post Tupperware Website Compromised with Credit Card Skimmer appeared first on The State of Security.
Russians Shut Down Huge Card Fraud Ring
by BrianKrebs on March 26, 2020 at 5:28 pm
Federal investigators in Russia have charged at least 25 people accused of operating a sprawling international credit card theft ring. Cybersecurity experts say the raid included the charging of a major carding kingpin thought to be tied to dozens of carding shops and to some of the bigger data breaches targeting western retailers over the past decade. In a statement released this week, the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) said 25 individuals were charged with circulating illegal means of payment in connection with some 90 websites that sold stolen credit card data.
Third-party data breach exposes GE employees’ personal information
by Graham Cluley on March 26, 2020 at 1:05 pm
Past and present employees of General Electric (GE) are learning that their sensitive information has been exposed by a data breach at a third-party service provider. Fortune 500 company GE says it was recently informed of a security breach at one of its partners, Canon Business Process Services. According to GE, between approximately February 3 … Read More The post Third-party data breach exposes GE employees’ personal information appeared first on The State of Security.
Industrial Entities in Middle East Targeted by WildPressure APT Operation
by David Bisson on March 26, 2020 at 11:35 am
A newly detected advanced persistent threat (APT) operation called “WildPressure” targeted industrial organizations and other entities in the Middle East. Researchers at Kaspersky Lab observed WildPressue distributing samples of a fully operation trojan written in C++ called “Milum.” With timestamps dating back to March 2019, these samples didn’t share code or targets with any known … Read More The post Industrial Entities in Middle East Targeted by WildPressure APT Operation appeared first on The State of Security.
The Future is Hybrid: Practicing Security in the Hybrid Cloud
by Lamar Bailey on March 26, 2020 at 9:11 am
By now, many organizations have adopted the cloud in some way. We saw organizations moving whole servers over to the cloud at the beginning, but now we see small parts of a system being moved to the cloud and new cloud native offerings. We’ll use the analogies of Lincoln Logs and Legos to describe these … Read More The post The Future is Hybrid: Practicing Security in the Hybrid Cloud appeared first on The State of Security.