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Phishing Scams: How Businesses are the Real Bait

Phishing

One phish, two phish…. Clicked phish, data breach. This phrase was recently seen on the monitor at a hospital and it was alarming because a hospital has so many sensitive files. Hospitals contain all your medical records and your sensitive billing information. Well according to Forbes Magazine, one of the most popular phishing scams of … Read morePhishing Scams: How Businesses are the Real Bait

Ransomware: Do’s and Don’ts

Ransomware

Logging in to your computer one morning, it opens to a screen claiming the computer is locked and your files encrypted. It presents you with the option to recover your files, at an incredibly steep price. When you attempt to access one of your latest files, you see some gibberish text. Again you try to … Read moreRansomware: Do’s and Don’ts

Cyber Attacks: What to Watch out for in 2018

Technology is a blessing. We get that. Sadly, so do hackers and cyber criminals who use such technology to breach companies’ security and obtain sensitive data. You know exactly what we’re talking about: ransomware, Trojan viruses, and malware. These culprits cause companies (and individuals) to sweat profusely while breaching, obtaining, or encrypting their valuable information and … Read moreCyber Attacks: What to Watch out for in 2018

Anti-Malware Protection: Why It’s Important

In the world of constant updates, technology can be out of date due to new products and features. However, one thing you should not over-look is your anti-malware software. It is important to remember that not all technology betters the world. There are people who do not have the best intentions; they mean to do … Read moreAnti-Malware Protection: Why It’s Important

Zero-Day: The Most Dangerous Form of Cyber Attack

If there was a proper word to describe some of the worst kind of cyber-attacks, it would be catastrophic. Businesses that rely on computers daily, from healthcare professionals to banks that people rely on daily are targets of cyber attacks. However, nothing is worse than having an entire system of servers, or computers be exploited by a single flaw within a system. … Read moreZero-Day: The Most Dangerous Form of Cyber Attack