Category Archives: cyber security


President Obama introduced the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace Plan in April, 2011. The new plan calls for a proposed single authentication system that acts as a sole online identity for consumers. The plan, however, may inversely increase the extent of fraud committed against Americans. Essentially creating a master key to ones online read more…


Earlier this year, the White House introduced a plan called the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace. Kenneth C. Wisnefski, founder and CEO of WebiMax the leader in search engine marketing and ecommerce, announced that the plan may have some “significant disadvantages” and further states “I caution this will open the door to more read more…


Over the past 5 years, an internet hacking, or “Cyber Attack” campaign has been infiltrating the networks of a total of 72 institutions throughout the world. The victims include multiple governments, agencies, organizations, and companies. Today, McAfee released an official report, disclosing the list of victims, and suggests the attack originated in China. Cyber Attacks read more…