CyberSecurity

Coronavirus Phishing Scams on the Rise

Coronavirus Phishing Scams on the Rise

It's unfortunate, but wherever there's fear and chaos, you'll find people willing to take advantage of it. Such is the case with hackers and scammers looking to enrich themselves by tricking unsuspecting people during the Coronavirus pandemic. ... Read More
Protecting Your Network from Cloud Snooper

Protecting Your Network from Cloud Snooper

Sophos, a leader in next-gen cybersecurity, recently published a report on this new and sophisticated attack. According to their report, Cloud Snooper uses a unique combination of techniques to evade detection, allowing malware on servers to communicate freely with its command and control servers (C2) through firewalls that would normally prevent these types of communications. ... Read More
Is My Copier Secure?

Is My Copier Secure?

You likely go to great lengths to make sure the data your company handles is safe from the threat of hackers. You secure your business networks and databases and encrypt sensitive information like names, social security numbers and credit card accounts. ... Read More
National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month takes place annually throughout the month of October. It’s a collaborative effort between the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the National Cyber Security Alliance with the goal of educating all Americans about staying safe online. ... Read More
Meltdown & Spectre: What You Need to Know

Meltdown & Spectre: What You Need to Know

Desktop, Laptop, and Cloud computers can be affected by Meltdown. This issue applies to nearly every Intel processor since 1995. Some AMD and ARM processors are also affected. Desktops, Laptops, Cloud Servers, Smartphones, they all can be affected by Spectre. Really all modern processors are potentially vulnerable, specifically Intel, AMD, and ARM processors. ... Read More
Is WannaCry Making You Wanna Cry?

Is WannaCry Making You Wanna Cry?

Picture this. You are working on an important proposal at your company workstation when all of a sudden, your screen goes black. You receive a small, striking message on the top of your monitor: “Your files are being held for ransom.” What do you do? How can you fix it? Will your files ever be recovered? This is a small example of what can happen when you are not protected from ransomware. ... Read More