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National Cyber Security Radio By Gregory Evans

National Cyber Security Radio gives the hottest topics in cyber security news and reveals all the Fake News by other experts. Topics include, hacker for hire murders, how to make money cyber security, should you get your college degree or certification in cyber security, plus over 20 over topics.Execute Produced by one of the world’s most known and respected Ex-hacker Gregory Evans (GregoryDEvans.com) listeners will not be disappointed.

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10 Disturbing Facts About The Deep Web

Learning what 99% of the world does not know about the deep web. Get the National Cyber Security App For Google Play & Apple AppCredits:http://pastebin.com/pzykTe0SLicensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...Intro: MirageMusic: Ghost StoryKevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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22 Oct 2016

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FBI investigating Twitter airline threats with Gregory Evans

ATLANTA -- The FBI is actively trying to find those responsible for recent online airline bomb threats.On Saturday, two planes were escorted to the airport by NORAD jets to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport after someone made threats on Twitter.Both planes were searched and no explosives were found.The FBI tells said it's up to the airlines to determine if a threat is credible, whether It comes from social media or elsewhere. In Saturday's case, both bomb threats were deemed credible and that's why the FBI was called in to investigate.Cyber attack expert GregoryEvans believes the FBI knows who is behind KingZortic, the username responsible for the threats."Right now we are focusing on who it was, where it was and how we can best lay hands on them," said FBI Special Agent Stephen Emmett.The FBI says the person responsible for the threats could face serious federal charges, such as conspiracy to destroy an aircraft."I have the utmost confidence in our investigators, that work these problems," Evans said. "They are very good at it, and they have a lot of tools needed for this investigation."Airline officials said whether the threats are a hoax or real, whoever did it should be held responsible.

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11 Feb 2015

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Gregory Evans Talks About A Low Tech Way To Out If Your Spouse Is Cheating

Ex-Hacker and owner of 13 spy stores called Spy America and HackerForHire.comGregory Evans, describes a low tech way of finding out if your spouse, girlfriend/boyfriend is cheating.

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28 Dec 2014

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Gregory Evans Was The 1st Person Anywhere To Say Sony Hack Was A Inside Job.

Cyber Security Expert and Host of National Cyber SecurityGregory Evans was the first person to say "Sony was not hacked by North Korea, but it was an inside job."  All of the news stations like CBS, ABC, Fox and NBC did not want to believe him, because "North Korea" made better headlines.

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5 Jan 2015

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Your IT Department And Human Resources Are The Reason Why

You are only as strong as your weakest link. Gregory Evans explains in this episode how companies IT departments and Human Resources have to work together in order to train all the employees. Hackers will target your receptionist, the accountant even the security guards.  This Episode will teach you what you won't hear anywhere else.

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25 Dec 2014

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NCS 01/12/12

Texas-based global security consultancy Stratfor said Wednesday that it was re-launching its online operations, after hackers stole credit card numbers and personal information off its site in December.  What's good for Facebook and its employees could be very good for California's treasury.  If the Palo Alto company goes public this year, as many have speculated, the state stands to reap hundreds of millions of dollars in capital gains taxes from Facebook investors and employees profiting from stock sales. That could bring a much-needed windfall to a state government facing a $9.2 billion deficit. Also check out the job of the day!!

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12 Jan 2012

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Learn About ID Theft, Cyber Crime, Phishing Scams, Voicemail Hacking & More...

Cyber security expert Gregory Evans on Fox 5 Atlanta discussing cyber crime, identity theft, phishing and computer security.

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31 Dec 2014

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NCS 01/13/12

Recent research by information management company Iron Mountain reveals that 20 per cent of businesses across Europe view the risk of employee theft as the most serious threat to information security. They see the risk as greater to the business than IT failure, cybercrime or natural disaster. Also check out the job of the day!!

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14 Jan 2012

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NCS 6/10/11

The Spanish police say they have made arrests in the Sony PlayStation Network hacking.  Police identified the tree men as the local leadership of the international network of computer hackers called Anonymous.  We'll tell you what they have been charged with and how much prison time they face.  Also, the FBI is beefing up its staff to stop cyber crimes.  The FBI security squad saw cyber crime surpass conventional crime in terms of its economic impact.  Tune in to hear how many agents are now working to fight cyber crime.  And, The cost of cyber crime is on the rise.  Experts say it could potentially cost businesses and consumers as much as $1 trillion.  And as always we will have the job of the day.  Make sure you check it out.

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10 Jun 2011

Rank #9

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NCS 03/01/12

Today at the annual RSA computer security conference in San Francisco, Director Mueller talked about cyber threats to U.S. national security, the FBI’s role in addressing these threats, and the increasing importance of public-private sector partnerships. Also check out the job of the day!!

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2 Mar 2012

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NCS 02/27/12

The top government lawyers from three dozen states sent a letter to Google, expressing "strong concerns" with the privacy policy the Web giant intends to roll out soon. A BILL penalizing cybercrimes in the Philippines has been approved by the House committee on information and communications technology (ICT). Computer scientists at the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in Arlington, Va., released a formal solicitation (DARPA-BAA-12-21) to industry for the agency's High-Assurance Cyber Military Systems (HACMS) program to safeguard civil and military embedded systems in vehicle electronics from hackers, computer viruses, and other cyber malware. Also check out the job of the day!!!

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28 Feb 2012

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NCS 01/16/12

One of the world’s leading software protection companies is calling on multinational organizations to be more vigilant – and proactive – about the increasing risk of becoming victims of cyber crime.   Also check out the job of the day!!

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16 Jan 2012

Rank #12

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NCS 6/9/11

A Mac technician is behind bars after police say he installed spyware programs on laptops he fixed.  According to police, 20 year old Trevor Harwell watched clients while the women took showers or changed their clothes.  Police say they found thousands of images on Harwell's computers.  Despite an onslaught of hacking of major companies, law officers remain largely stumped when it comes to catching those responsible.  The FBI wants businesses to take extra precautions when offering internet services for customers.  And Facebook's computer systems will soon be able to recognize familiar faces.  Facebook is making changes to the process for tagging friends in photos uploaded to the social network.  As always we will have the job of the day.  Check it out.

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9 Jun 2011

Rank #13

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NCS 03/08/12

HOUSE Legislators on Thursday filed a bill seeking to safeguard the privacy of individual and corporate computer users from the growing sophistication in the criminal skills of local and international computer hackers. The Department of Justice, the FBI and the National Center for Disaster Fraud (NCDF) remind the public there is a potential for disaster fraud in the aftermath of a natural disaster. Suspected fraudulent activity pertaining to relief efforts associated with the recent series of tornadoes in the Midwest and South should be reported to the NCDF hotline at 866-720-5721. The hotline is staffed by a live operator 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for the purpose of reporting suspected scams being perpetrated by criminals in the aftermath of disasters. Also check out the job of the day!!!

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9 Mar 2012

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NCS 03/05/12

The Australian Institute of Criminology has found that while traditional crimes across the nation are falling in incidence, cybercrime is on the rise. FBI Director Robert Mueller recently spoke at a cybersecurity conference where he reiterated his belief that so-called cybercrime will soon surpass terrorism as the biggest threat in America. Also check out the job of the day!!!

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6 Mar 2012

Rank #15

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NCS 02/21/12

The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) continues to receive complaints from victims of payday loan telephone collection scams. As previously reported in December 2010, the typical payday loan scam involves a caller who claims the victim is delinquent on a payday loan and must make payment to avoid legal consequences. Opponents of the government's online surveillance bill say Canada should look to its allies for cautionary tales before pushing ahead with measures that would erode Internet freedom. Also check out the job of the day!!!!

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22 Feb 2012

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NCS 02/16/12

Criminals continue to explore new avenues to lure victims, most recently by claiming to be a US military contractor, who was performing reconstruction work in Libya. Fraudsters sent unsolicited e-mails claiming that several metal boxes were found in cellars of high-rise buildings built and occupied by Muammar Gaddafi. Each box purportedly contained large sums of money, in addition to guns, armor, bullets, and drugs. The e-mails requested the recipient’s assistance with transferring the money out of Libya. Head’s up, Washington, D.C. — according to a list compiled by online security provider Norton and research firm Sperling’s BestPlaces, the U.S. capital has the highest number of cybercrime risk factors in the nation. Seattle, San Francisco, Atlanta and Boston round-out the top-five riskiest places. Also check out the job of the day!!!!

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18 Feb 2012

Rank #17

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NCS 5/17/11

Topping the news today is a story about how fast technology evolves.  If you are always buying the latest big technology item, you will want to hear what a recent report says about how technology changes and how that can help you keep some change in your pockets.  Plus, a new invention wants you to put your whole body into using your computer.  Forget the touch screen, now it's all about the air screen.  We'll tell you how it works and how it can make your life easier.  Before a baby is even born, he/she could be the target of identity thieves.  The crooks have new technology that can steal social security numbers before your child even makes it into the world.  Tune in to hear what you should do to prevent it from happening to you.   And as always we have your job of the day.  Make sure you tune in!

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17 May 2011

Rank #18

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NCS 5/16/11

In today's headlines, the Sony PlayStation Network is back up and running but there are several things you must do in order to start playing again.  We'll tell you exactly what you need to do.  Also, it could be a deal of a lifetime.  A British designer has created a computer that will likely fit most people's budget.  Tune in to hear just how cheap it is and who he hopes will get those computers.  And there's a camp to warn kids about the dangers online.  Camp organizers say all sorts of criminals are hooked up to the internet.  They hope to arm children with knowledge to prevent them from becoming victims.

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16 May 2011

Rank #19

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NCS 5/12/11

Today's show is packed with information.  First, President Obama releases his plan to combat cyber crime.  Next, Ford and Google have teamed up to make your daily commute much easier.  And we have a few tips for you to help you keep up with the ever- changing world of technology.  And as always we have your job of the day.  Stay tuned!

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12 May 2011

Rank #20