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Pop culture and malware – a perfect diabolical match

Surfshark’s research of the most popular keywords in nine categories shows just how vulnerable we are. Most dangerous popular search term for malware – “Robert De Niro” at 54.1% results of potential malware). “Kate Winslet” came in at 52.6%, and the game, Mortal Combat, at 46.5%. Scarier still for some will be to learn that sweet film “Finding Dory” cruised in at 46.7%, and even Tom Hanks came in high at 51.6%. The report shows which terms are key targets – and how to stay safer.

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IT’S THE LAW (05/03/2022)

May 3, 2022

India’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) just set a strict new directive applicable to data centers, Virtual Private Servers (VPS), Virtual Private Networks (VPN), Cloud Service providers, crypto exchanges and others that serve as intermediaries. Effective from late June, organizations will be required to maintain logs containing specified customer data for minimum 5 years, report cyber incidents of concern to CERT within 6 hours, and to respond requests for data CERT-In may impose for “protective and preventive” reasons.

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Marketers to Focus on Platforms Not Ad Channels in 2023: IAB Survey

November 29, 2022

This IAB study finds that connected TV and paid search are expected to be the fastest-growing ad channels next year, while linear TV and other traditional media continue to shrink.  More intriguing: marketers are focusing more investment on foundational tools like measurement and first party data, and less on specific ad channels.  Download for deep dives into retail media networks and the metaverse.

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