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Speed Learning Basics [Video]
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Speed Learning Basics [Video]

Speed Learning Basics Introduction My 5 Read Speed Learning Solution My 5 Read Speed Learning Solution, was first learned and used by me in the 1960s, as an instructor in the US Navy. It saved me from the embarrassment of teaching an assigned subject that I knew nothing about. In fact, I had failed the subject 2 times in my prior advanced training, Within hours, I had mastered the subject, ready for any and all questions, and started me on a career of learning successes. These included my selection as Instructor of the Year for that subject and helped me rise from the enlisted ranks to a Naval Officer and all future career successes A free, simple, but effective learning resource for any subject or skill that you may require in your personal career devel...
Review: Cyclone Traffic Bundle w Exclusive Bonus
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Review: Cyclone Traffic Bundle w Exclusive Bonus

NEW - Review: My Cyclone Bundle and Exclusive Bonus Offer Introduction Good Day I am Dr. Don Yates, Sr. Ph.D., Founder, Internet Crime Fighters Org [ICFO} Online since 2004 researching, investigating, and reporting Internet Crimes, threats, scams, as well as business, make money and work from home opportunities The Problem with Reviews While some may be a legitimate review; negative reviews, or so-called scams, are often used to steer you to the author's alternative offer Even the best legitimate offers or solutions are also called scams because the user did not follow the steps or blueprint offered by the vendor Don't expect to get the same results as another, even if the plans are followed Learn more This Is Why You Should Not Trust Online R...
Niche – ICFO Topics
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Niche – ICFO Topics

Table - ICFO Niche Topics Note: ICFO Niche reduced to ICFO in the table to reduce keyword overload Undergoing a maintenance upgrade; therefore, some niches may not be available Check back often for our latest niches and posts title▼ url [Click, Opens in New Tab] ICFO - Addiction, Rehab, Treatment News, Tips addiction.drdonysmarketing.com/ ICFO - Blogging, Writing News, Tips blogging.drdonysmarketing.com/ My blog blox.drdonysmarketing.com/ ICFO - Business How to News, Tips business.drdonysmarketing.com/ ICFO - Career Development News, Tips career.drdonysmarketing.com/ ICFO - Cryptocurrency, Bitcoin News, Tips cryptocurrency.drdonysmarketing.com/ ICFO - Dating, Relationship News, Tips dating.drdonysmarketing.com/ ...
Niche Marketing – ICFO – Increasing Internet Crime Awareness [Video]
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Niche Marketing – ICFO – Increasing Internet Crime Awareness [Video]

ICFO Niche Marketing The Internet Crime Fighters Org [ICFO], Founded by Dr. Don Yates Sr Ph.D., Entrepreneur, Mentor, Coach Online since 2004 investigating and reporting Internet Crimes. Author "The Internet Users Handbook, 2nd Ed, 2009-2013" What is Niche Marketing?  A niche market is the subset of the market on which a specific product is focused. The market niche defines the product features aimed at satisfying specific market needs, as well as the price range, production quality, and the demographics that it is intended to target. It is also a small market segment. Wikipedia Why ICFO Niche Marketing? Niche Marketing expands the reach of Our Cause. The Best of The Web Content for each niche is overlayed and ind...
State Government Technology Response to COVID-19
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State Government Technology Response to COVID-19

How have government technology organizations responded to the global pandemic? What security actions were implemented in state government to address increasing COVID-19 cyberattacks? Where is this overall situation heading next as states begin to reopen? To answer these questions and much more, I can think of no better technology and cybersecurity leaders than Craig Orgeron and Jay White — the current CIO and CISO in Mississippi state government. Dr. Craig Orgeron was selected as...
Online Tips – Keeping Kids Safe [Video]
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Online Tips – Keeping Kids Safe [Video]

Online Tips -Top cybersecurity tips for keeping kids safe online If you’re among the millions of people working from home while also trying to entertain and educate your kids during the coronavirus pandemic, we imagine things have been pretty chaotic. Were it not for the option of sitting your kids in front of a laptop for a few hours to do their schoolwork or play games, things might be even worse. But while the technology gives you a break, do you have complete peace of mind about your children’s safety online? The Internet can be a dangerous place, which is why we talk so often about the importance of secure browsing. We’re not only talking about parental controls, which, although they help you limit the kinds of activities that kids do online, don’t address a ...
Why your IT team needs cyber security training
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Why your IT team needs cyber security training

Organisations often fall into the trap of lumping cyber security together with their other IT functions. Although they are obviously connected – anti-malware, firewalls and a host of other technologies are a core part of cyber security – there is a lot more to it. Indeed, organisations are equally at risk of phishing scams, credential-stuffing attacks or other incidents in which human error plays a major role. Your IT team can’t address these vulnerabilities if its members only have a technical background. What they need is a wider understanding of cyber security. What does cyber security training teach you? A cyber security training course will increase your IT team’s awareness of your organisation’s wider defence mechanisms. They’ll learn how technological defe...
5 ways to detect a phishing email – with examples
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5 ways to detect a phishing email – with examples

Phishing is one of the most common methods of cyber crime, but despite how much we think we know about scam emails, people still frequently fall victim. Action Fraud receives more than 400,000 reports of phishing emails each year, and according to Verizon’s 2020 Data Breach Investigations Report, more than two thirds of data breaches involved social engineering attacks such as phishing. In this blog, we use real phishing email examples to demonstrate five clues to help you spot scams. 1. The message is sent from a public email domain No legitimate organisation will send emails from an address that ends ‘@gmail.com’. Not even Google. Most organisations, except some small operations, will have their own email domain and company accounts. For example, legitimate ema...
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Microsoft warns organizations of consent phishing attacks

In this type of phishing campaign, attackers trick people into giving a malicious app consent to access sensitive data, says Microsoft. Image: weerapatkiatdumrong, Getty Images/iStockphoto Phishing campaigns are a common tactic in which cybercriminals impersonate a well-known company, product, or brand to steal account credentials, financial information, or other data from unsuspecting victims. A typical phishing attack convinces the user to directly enter their password and login credentials, which are then captured by the attacker.But a more specialized type of campaign kno...
E-Verify’s “SSN Lock” is Nothing of the Sort
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E-Verify’s “SSN Lock” is Nothing of the Sort

One of the most-read advice columns on this site is a 2018 piece called “Plant Your Flag, Mark Your Territory,” which tried to impress upon readers the importance of creating accounts at websites like those at the Social Security Administration, the IRS and others before crooks do it for you. A key concept here is that these services only allow one account per Social Security number — which for better or worse is the de facto national identifier in the United States. But KrebsOnSecurity recently discovered that this is not the case with all federal government sites built to help you manage your identity online. A reader who was recently the victim of unemployment insurance fraud said he was told he should create an account at the Department of Homeland Security‘s myE-Verify web...