Robert Siciliano

Robert Siciliano

Security Analyst at Safr.me
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Bio Security analyst, published author, television news correspondent. Deliver presentations throughout the United States, Canada and internationally on identity theft protection and personal security. Work with Fortune 1000, IT and startups. Launching, branding, messaging, representation, m&a facili Career History Appear in print, radio and televised media, on Today Show, CBS Early Show, CNN, MSNBC, FOX, CNBC, E!THSi, Inside Edition, Tyra, Montel, Maury, Howard Stern, USA Today, Forbes, Cosmo, Good Housekeeping, Readers Digest, Consumer Digest, Smart Money, NY Times, NY Post, BOS Globe, LA Times, Wash Times,

Blogs

 

First American Financial Exposes 885 Million Mortgage Documents

29 Aug 2019

Approximately 885 million digital documents have been exposed from mortgage deals that date back to 2003. First American Financial Corp is a provider of title insurance, as well as other services for the mortgage and real estate industries, and it allowed millions of records to be exposed according to one report. The exposure is likely to put a va...

 

Two Common Government Employee Impersonation Scams: What to Watch For

27 Aug 2019

One of the biggest threats that taxpayers are facing these days is an aggressive scam where criminals call victims and pretend to be IRS agents. The goal? To steal money. All year but especially during tax filing season, the IRS will see a big surge in the number of scam calls, which tell victims that they will be arrested, deported, or have their...

 

Apps for Stalkers Disguised as Parental Control Tools

01 Aug 2019

Sell something called “SuperParent” or even the actual FlexiSpy — and all is swell. Frankly, I’m not opposed to monitoring a child’s phone, kids shouldn’t have phones anyways. But sell something called “iStalk” or “StalkU,” well … this won’t quite go over well with the authorities or the general community. It’s all in a name (pardon the cliché). A...

 

Florida City Pays Hackers dollar 600,000 after Scam

25 Jul 2019

Riviera Beach, a city in Florida, has agreed to pay a $600,000 ransom to hackers who attacked its network. This week, the City Council voted to pay the demands after coming up with no other option to meet the demands of the hackers. It seems that the hackers got access to the system when a staff member clicked on a link in an email, which uploaded...