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Daily Lesson - Question and Answer: What should you do if you observe a crime being committed or see other suspicious activity while you are off duty? You should take the same actions as any other responsible citizen – call the police and provide them with as many details as possible. Why is it important for you to be familiar with your country’s law and your company’s rules before attempting to make a citizen’s arrest? The laws on this are very specific about the conditions in which you make a citizen’s arrest. Making a false arrest could involve you and your company in legal action.
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Wed, 2015-05-27

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Employees Still Visit Dangerous Sites at Work, Despire Awareness of Risk


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A new study conducted by market researchers Vanson Bourne and published by security firm Blue Coat finds that despite being "fully aware" of the risks, many employees still visit inappropriate websites while at work.
Tue, 2015-05-26

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Data Breach Vulnerability Afflicts Financial Websites: Report


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The new Website Security Statistics Report from WhiteHat Security finds that more than one third of financial service industry websites experience at least one serious vulnerability every single day.
Mon, 2015-05-25

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Most Organizations Still Unable to Identify Phishing Emails, Survey Finds


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Recent research has shown that individuals and organizations continue to be susceptible to email phishing, failing to correctly identify phishing emails and clicking on malicious links.
Sun, 2015-05-24

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The Rise in False Fraud Alerts


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CreditCards.com says that of the Americans whose credit or debit card issuers sent them fraudulent activity alerts, 68 percent received at least one alert in error.
Fri, 2015-05-22

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Malaysia orders rescue of migrants, Myanmar to attend conference


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Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak said on Thursday he had ordered the navy to rescue thousands of migrants adrift at sea, and a Thai official said Myanmar had agreed to attend an emergency conference on the crisis.
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