The Human Element
With regard to technology, the Human Race is in an actual race to have the latest products and solutions integrated into our lives. We will stand in line for hours to be the first to have a new phone when it is released. Camp out on Black Friday to get a good deal on electronics […]Learn More
Deepfakes & Cybercrime
Does your business have a remote workforce? Since the pandemic, we’ve seen a massive shift to hybrid, work-from-home and 100% remote work models. And while remote work has proven to be immensely beneficial to both employees and employers, it does come with unique challenges. We’ve covered many of these, including security for remote workers, keeping […]Learn More
The Sun Has Set on Internet Explorer
This week we said goodbye to an old friend as Internet Explorer retired on June 15, 2022. While a vast majority of Internet users have already moved on to more modern browsers like Edge, Chrome and Firefox, many of us got our first tastes of the world wide web through Internet Explorer (IE). And even […]Learn More
Kaiser Permanente Data Breach
Earlier this month, healthcare provider Kaiser Permanente disclosed a data breach that exposed the protected health information (PHI) of thousands of their patients. In a notice (PDF) dated June 3, 2022, the organization admitted that: On April 5, 2022, Kaiser Permanente discovered that an unauthorized party gained access to an employee’s emails. We terminated the […]Learn More
What is Malvertising?
Oxford Dictionary defines malvertising as ‘the practice of incorporating malware in online advertisements.’ Short for malicious software, or malware advertising, this is the practice of attacking viewers or consumers with fraudulent information that is inserted into sometimes (but not always) legitimate advertisements. How Does It Work Malvertising works in conjunction with the online advertising ecosystem by initiating […]Learn More
When iPhone Cables ATTACK!
Would you willingly plug a device into your smartphone or computer that would allow a stranger to see everything you type, steal your data, and install malware on your machine? Of course you wouldn’t. And, if you’ve read our recent article on Removable Media & Cybersecurity, you already know that you shouldn’t plug an unfamiliar […]Learn More