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The Week in Breach: Ransomware scores at Manchester United; Managed.com hit by REvil ransomware

Make sure to add us or contact us for the latest news The Week in Breach: Featured – Managed web hosting provider Managed.com was hit with REvil ransomware that forced it to take down their servers and web hosting systems. Managed web hosting provider Managed.com was hit by a REvil ransomware attack over the weekend…

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Don’t get Gobbled up!

  Don’t get Gobbled Up with Black Friday shopping phishers – below is a password report card to help you make it that much harder for the hackers!

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The Week in Breach – Hackers scale The North Face

Make sure to add us or contact us for the latest news The Week in Breach: Featured – The malware that usually installs ransomware and you need to remove right away If you see any of these malware strains on your enterprise networks, stop everything you’re doing and audit all systems. Gone are the days…

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The Week in Breach – Deepfakes; what are they? And are they really a threat?

Make sure to add us or contact us for the latest news The Week in Breach: Featured – What are Deepfakes and how do you spot them? So the first question that comes to mind is: What IS a Deepfake? Well, a deepfake is an AI (Artificial Intelligence)  generated fake video or photo. The ever…

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Ring recalls 350K doorbells due to fire hazard

In tech news that impacts more than just people in the technology field; Ring has issued a recall for 350,000 2nd generation Ring Doorbells over safety concerns. A notice was released by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission that Ring has received 23 reports of doorbells igniting and causing minor property damage and 8 reports…

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Fixing the mess that is IoT

The ENISA (European Union Agency for Cybersecurity) has released a new Guideline for Securing the Internet of Things,  (IOT) to help shore up security issues with the supply chain during the whole lifespan for IOT. One of the key recommendations is that cybersecurity expertise should be further integrated into all layers of organizations, including engineering,…

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The Week in Breach – Phishing nets more than $2M from the Republican Party

Make sure to add us or contact us for the latest news The Week in Breach: Featured –Wisconsin Republican Party says hackers stole $2.3 million Hackers have stolen $2.3 million from the Wisconsin Republican Party’s account that was being used to help reelect President Donald Trump in the key battleground state, the party’s chairman told…

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The Week in Breach: Scary cyberattacks afoot – healthcare being actively targeted

Make sure to add us or contact us for the latest news The Week in Breach: Featured – FBI Warns Healthcare Industry of Ransomware Attacks The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued the alert late yesterday stating there is…

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Laptop Shortage

As more companies are preparing for another possible Coronavirus lockdown; a new reality has set in. There is still a shortage of laptops. A perfect storm of the initial lockdown, Chinese sanctions as well as lowered production due to Covid-19, and then the huge demand on the laptop market from schools; has caused the laptop…

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The Week in Breach – Ransomware gang donates part of ransom demands to charity organizations

Make sure to add us or contact us for the latest news The Week in Breach: Featured – Ransomware gang donates part of ransom demands to charity organizations A ransomware gang has donated a part of the ransom demands it extorted from victims to charity organizations. Current recipients include Children International, a non-profit for sponsoring children…

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