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Cyber Security Blunders of 2019

Cyber Security

The year is coming to an end and 2019 has had its fair share of cyber security blunders. Leading to headlines of hacks, scams, and leaks. Some issues were unavoidable for the public as some were very avoidable. In 2019, we saw a lot of news coming out about leaks, invasion of privacy, and ransomware. … Read moreCyber Security Blunders of 2019

Ransomware: What It Is and Why It Happens

Ransomware

You hear about ransomware all the time. The most recent news was that 22 municipalities in Texas were hit.  This was a coordinated attack too.  That means that several people all hit different locations with the same version of ransomware simultaneously. You may be asking yourself what is ransomware and why does it happen? So … Read moreRansomware: What It Is and Why It Happens

What is a Cyber-Attack and How Can Your Business Stay Protected?

Cybercriminals are mysterious and elusive, making the number of arrests for cybercrimes small. Understanding them is difficult because they hide in plain sight. Ultimately, if we all understand and utilize cyber-security, we stand a better chance of outing the attacks. In order to do this, you need to recognize the different types of cyber crimes … Read moreWhat is a Cyber-Attack and How Can Your Business Stay Protected?

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

How Ransomware Attacks Your Business

It is no surprise how malicious ransomware can be for a business, especially when the people behind these attacks can obtain full control over any business they choose to attack. Ransomware is a form of malware that locks your computer and encrypts your data, forcing you to pay a hefty fee to access your computer. … Read moreHow Ransomware Attacks Your Business