Robert Siciliano

Robert Siciliano

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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,



The Top 10 Tax Scams of 2024

22 Feb 2024

1. Phishing Scams: Cybercriminals send fake emails or create fake websites pretending to be from the IRS or tax preparation companies. They often request personal information, such as Social Security numbers or financial details, which they then use for identity theft or fraudulent tax filings. 2. Identity Theft: This scam involves stealing someon...


YOU WILL Get Suckered By An AI-enabled Deep Fake

14 Feb 2024

Why? Because human beings trust by default. Without trust, we wouldn’t survive as a species. From the day we come out of our mama, we simply want and need to trust others in order to survive. And when you mix media in any form, media that we have grown to trust over a lifetime, and then weave in financial fraud, the likelihood of someone, somewher...


Common Types of Mobile Cyber Attacks and How to Prevent them

05 Feb 2024

With the ubiquity of people owning smartphones and having a growing dependence on them for e-commerce, it has become an attractive avenue for cybercrime. Security researchers report a 500% surge of mobile cyber attacks, as scammers try to steal bank details and passwords or even get full control of phones. However, other forms of mobile malware ha...


Think Twice Before You Take a Fun-Looking Online Quiz – A Hacker Might be Behind It

20 Jan 2024

Though it might look like a fun thing to do, you better think twice before taking that quiz that pops up on your social media page. A hacker, otherwise known as a “social engineer” might have created it to obtain your personal information. Criminal hackers are all over social media sites, and it should be no surprise that they have tricks up their ...