[GEEK SQUEAKS’ TROPHY WINNER] – Paul’s Home Computing Blog Warns Us of Upcoming Security Threats

Paul’s Home Computing Blog is worthy a What’s On My PC – Geek Squeak Trophy for his recent series of Upcoming Security Threats.

Paul's Home Computing Blog

There is no method or madness to the trophy selection, but is typically given to those who “stay the course” by exemplifying the world of computers, information technology, and blogging.

Just visit Paul’s site one time and you will be back. Paul Lubic is one of the old dogs that has been in the information technology field for over 40 years; with experience as a programmer, IT Security Manager, and Chief Information Officer. His great love is in cyber-security where he has worked with the U.S. Commonwealth of Virginia, in protecting the citizens of Virginia, in the area of cyber-terror prevention and preparedness.  When Paul joined our group of bloggers I was immediately in awe.

Recently Paul initiated a series of articles that deals with upcoming cyber-security threats that hit home with the everyday computer user. I strongly encourage you to read these articles to educate and protect yourself.

Upcoming Cyber Security Threats Part 1: Text-Message Malware

Upcoming Cyber Security Threats Part 2: Hacking Into Smart Grids

Upcoming Cyber Security Threats Part 3: Social Network Account Spoofing

Upcoming Cyber Security Threats Part 4: Cyber Stalking

Upcoming Cyber Security Threats Part 5: Hackers Controlling Your Car

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  1. Rick,
    It’s an honor to receive your Geek Squeaks of The Week trophy! Thanks for choosing my article series. Guess now would be a good time to write that last article of the series…huh?
    Best,
    Paul

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