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  • Hey there! Welcome to Life Noggin.

    嗨大家!歡迎收看 Life Noggin。

  • The internet is pretty awesome, we know this.


  • It's what allowed my animator to create our wonderful Life Noggin universe!

    它讓我的動畫師可以創造出這個美妙的 Life Noggin 世界。

  • But as cool as the internet can be, it can also connect people in bad, malicious ways.


  • It can be a place for hackers and data thieves to steal your personal information and then sell it to the highest bidder.


  • So that makes me wonder, just how valuable is your information?


  • The numbers vary between sources on a bunch of this stuff.


  • But your credit card details could be worth anywhere from say $5 to $15 or more depending on how complete the information is, while the login info to your favorite streaming service could go for about $10 to the right buyer.

    你的信用卡個資大約值 5~15 美金、甚至有可能更高,端看資料有多完整,而你登入串流媒體的帳密大約值 10 美金。

  • Often times the more the information is tied to your financials, and the more it's something that you can't easily change, the more it's worth to internet thieves.


  • That's why your health record is a big one.


  • A report from the FBI back in 2014 said that cybercriminals could sell electronic health records, or EHRs, on the black market at a rate of about $50 per partial record.

    2014 年,美國聯邦調查局的報告表示,網路罪犯會在黑市販賣電子病歷,而部分的資料就要價 50 美元。

  • To see the scope of how much that can add up, they reported that in the first half of 2013, there were over two million health care records compromisedat least that they knew about.

    為了瞭解有多少資料外洩,聯邦調查局回報,就他們所知,在 2013 年上半年就有超過 200 萬筆醫療紀錄受竊。

  • It can be pretty difficult to know when there's a data breach in the healthcare space, often taking longer to identify than other types of hacking.


  • And these types of attacks are likely going to get even worse.


  • An expert on cyber security said that ransomware attacks on hospitals are estimated to have a fivefold increase by the year 2021 compared to what they were in 2018.

    網路安全的專家表示,到了 2021 年,醫院遭勒索軟體攻擊的事件預估會增長五倍。

  • Though it's not even just malicious hacking that you have to worry about.


  • A Protenus review of health data breaches in 2016 found that out of the 450 incidences that they found, only a little under 27% of them were from hacking.

    2016 年,一份針對醫療數據外洩的 Protenus 評論發現在 450 起資料外洩中,大約只有 27% 是駭客入侵所導致。

  • With a mix of wrongdoing and human error, insiders in the healthcare space were actually responsible for about 43% of the incidences.

    除了駭客的犯罪行為又有人為疏失,醫療從業人員其實要為個資失竊案負上 43% 的責任。

  • You can apply this same logic to your own personal devicesanyone who has physical access to your information can steal if it's not protected.


  • But how do actual hackers or scammers go about stealing your information?


  • Well, one way is through phishing.


  • Phishing is basically when a scammer uses fraudulent messages or copycat websites to get you to share valuable personal information or install things like ransomware on your devices that can lock you out of important files on your computer.


  • Ransomware is a type of malware, or "malicious software", which is a broad term for certain software that's was created to gain access to or damage your devices, usually without you knowing about it until it's too late.


  • Another big way for people to steal your info, and one that you might not be thinking about, is if you are ever using an insecure network, like a public wifi.

    另一個竊取個資的方式你可能很難想像,那就是使用不安全的網路,如公共免費 wifi。

  • Data that you send over this type of accessible connection is typically not secure or encrypted, which leaves you open to attacks.


  • To internet thieves, using a public wifi is kinda like getting rid of all the security at a bank.

    對網路竊賊來說,用公共免費 wifi 來竊取個資就像通過銀行的層層保安。

  • So how much do you think your information worth? Let me know the price tag in the common section below.


  • Curious to know if someone could hack your body? Check out this video!


  • Implantable RFID chips are one of the most popular choices. These are commonly used in pets, but in humans, can be programmed to unlock doors or smartphnoes.


  • As always, my name is Blocko, this has been Life Noggin. Don't forget to keep on thinking.

    老話一句,這裡是 Life Noggin,我是 Blocko,別忘了要持續思考!

Hey there! Welcome to Life Noggin.

嗨大家!歡迎收看 Life Noggin。

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