1. Black Friday & Cyber Monday Top 10 Cybersecurity Tips

    It's Holiday Season for the bad guys too! But not the way you might think. They go into scam-overdrive mode. Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the busiest online shopping days and the bad guys are planning to get rich with your money. So, here are this year's Top 10 Holiday Cybersecurity Alert Tips: Keep all devices up to date with good security tools to lessen your chance of becoming the victim. Practice good IT hygiene. Only connect to known Wi…Full Article

  2. Cybercriminals Can Now Bypass Security Solutions and Implant Malicious Emails Directly Into Inboxes

    It's Every Phisher's Dream "It’s every phisher's dream and should be your nightmare: a means to bypass all that security software designed to weed out malicious emails, attachments and links. Well, it’s here. According to security analysts at Gemini Advisory, the tool known as “Email Appender” has hit the market on the dark web." The takeaway from this is that you MUST be training your users on security hygiene on an ongoing basis. Read m…Full Article

  3. The Good News About Your Biggest Security Hole

    Hackers have it pretty good these days. They have a guaranteed way into your environment. It's a way into your systems that works so well they've mostly given up trying other approaches. Today, an estimated 90% of cyber attacks that result in a data breach begin with this method of attack. This method of attack is also not bothered at all by your firewalls or anti-virus software. These defenses let the attack straight into your environment becaus…Full Article

  4. New Ransomware Variant Targets Hospitals

    From Becker's Hospital Review; Written by Jessica Kim Cohen | April 11, 2017 |  http://www.beckershospitalreview.com/healthcare-information-technology/new-ransomware-variant-targets-hospitals.html A new ransomware kit called Philadelphia enables amateur cybercriminals to target hospitals, according to an analysis by Forcepoint, an Austin, Texas-based IT security company. Philadelphia, which Forcepoint describes as an "unsophisticated ransomwa…Full Article