Why is cybersecurity so important?
Cyber security has a huge role in today’s world. With the advancements of technology, everything we do is stored on the internet via cloud, applications, or even Google searches. With these advancements, comes an increased risk of cyber crime. Why is cybersecurity so important? As the world moves to do things digitally more and more,…
Notice from InfoSec
On January 5, 2022, a new attack campaign was reported that leverages the legitimate Atera RMM software to gain initial access to target machines. An infection begins with installing Atera software on a target machine. Atera is legitimate enterprise RMM software that can install an agent and assign the endpoint to a particular account with…
New Service Offerings – Announced
I am pleased to announce that we have added two new service offerings to our CyberSecurity Platform Suite. We are now able to perform Dark Web Scanning on your behalf and provide you with a report for you, your auditing agencies, cyber insurance, etc.. We can provide real-time scanning of the DarkWeb, so you can…
One more reason to retire Windows7
Warning: Users of Microsoft’s OneDrive cloud storage are going to get a less-than-gentle nudge to upgrade to a newer operating system early next year. https://www.pcworld.com/article/550640/onedrive-windows-7-8-end-of-support.html
Windows 11 requirements
Windows11 requirements can be a bit steep, so here is a graphic to explain what you need.
Do I need to wipe my drive?
I ALWAYS recommend that before you dispose or e-recycle your old equipment, you ALWAYS want to DOD wipe the drive first. Personally, I put a couple of holes in it for good measure. Not sure how to do this or don’t want to spend the time, call us. We are happy to help.
What is Ransomware
Some people don’t like John Oliver for language or political reasons. However, if you can get past that, he explains what Ransomware is, in such a way that anyone can understand. Give it a watch! If you have any further questions or concerns, give us a call.
Hackers leak full EA data after failed extortion attempt
Hackers have leaked an estimated 751GB of compressed EA data containing FIFA 21 source code on a dark web forum. Initially, they released a cache of 1.3GB of FIFA source code on July 14 as part of a demand for payment to stop them from releasing the rest, but after EA refused to play ball,…
A letter from the White House regarding ‘What To Do To Protect Against The Threat of Ransomware’.
A letter from the White House regarding ‘What To Do To Protect Against The Threat of Ransomware’. On the second page, you will find the U.S. Government’s recommended best practices – we’ve selected a small number of highly impactful steps to help you focus and make rapid progress on driving down risk. FROM: Anne Neuberger,…