Is ransomware making a comeback? The attack declined by 45 percent in 2018 from the previous year, but it recently has proved to be a headache for towns and businesses.
A growing market for strong cybersecurity has companies in a bind from which they can’t escape. Escalating threats, costs and responsibilities are making it nearly impossible for businesses to keep up with the pace, forcing them to place burdens on their understaffed IT departments.
Microsoft issued a patch Tuesday to mend a “critical” vulnerability to remote desktop services. The severity of this vulnerability hasn’t been seen since WannaCry infected 230,000 computers in 150 countries two years ago.
Is your organization prepared for a disaster? A solid backup strategy is one of the key elements of being prepared. Developing a solid backup plan requires an investment of time and money, but the cost is far less than the burdensome task of recreating data for which no backup exists. Lets get started and develop a backup strategy with these tips and best practices.
Billions of users visit social-media sites daily. It’s an addiction many of us can’t avoid. We use these platforms to get our news, keep in touch with friends, display our emotions, let others know what’s going on in our lives – whether good or bad – or pursue careers.
Turn on the lights. Open the front door. Set the home-security system. Heck just start the car. The Internet of Things (IoT) has taken over our lives.
FlexMagic Consulting was a small business tucked away in Centennial, Colorado. It had nine employees, more than 30 years of service and annual revenues reaching more than $2 million. It was an ideal mom-and-pop shop that should have provided services for years to come.
As companies scramble to secure their networks, workstations and mobile gadgets, many ignore printers, a device cyberthieves are finding fruitful in their quests to exfiltrate data from targets. Printers have evolved from their days as dot-matrix, noise-polluting hardware into powerful networked equipment that carry vulnerabilities like other endpoints.
Cyberthieves’ dedication to fool users is a never-ending process. What is vogue today is history tomorrow. It leaves users scrambling to remain alert before their pertinent information falls into the wrong hands.
Formjacking is the newest con. It’s quickly becoming more popular than cryptojacking and ransomware and proving to be more detrimental. Formjacking focuses on stealing personally identifiable information (PII).
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