Website of New Mexico Public Regulation Commission hacked

A state agency that regulates public utilities in New Mexico was “hacked by an outside source,” Public Regulation Commission chief of staff Jason...

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ID theft protections won’t be immediate

One provision of New Mexico’s new and controversial expungement law gives victims of identity theft a new avenue when someone uses their name to commit a crime.

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Armor Research: At Least 269 Ransomware Attaches in US in 2019

At least 72 U.S. school districts and/or educational institutions have suffered ransomware attacks in 2019, according to research from cloud security and compliance solutions company Armor.

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Eye on Scams: Phishing Emails Target Shoppers with Post-Holiday Offer

Con-artists are sending phony emails and texts that look like messages from major retailers instructing you to redeem reward points accrued during your holiday shopping.

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