Ransomware is a form of malware that keeps your data encrypted until ransom is paid. It comes in many variants (such as CryptoLocker, Petya, and WannaCry) but it's constantly evolving, making it[...]
As your business becomes increasingly more digital, the devices, back-end systems, and applications you're using generate an overwhelming amount of data - which will only continue to increase.
You can put all the security solutions in place that you want, but if your users are still going to click on every link that comes into their inbox, you're still at risk.
In the last decade, billions of people have had their information stolen from one, if not multiple, business sectors. Technology is constantly expanding, and with new technology comes new ways of[...]
Microsoft has announced that the end-of-support date for Windows 7 will be on January 14, 2020. Businesses who have computers on Windows 7 should start making plans for the transition to Windows[...]
The truth is that the prevalence of phishing emails is for one simple reason - they work.
More and more, ransomware has emerged as a major threat to individuals and businesses alike. Ransomware, a type of malware that encrypts data on infected systems, has become a lucrative option for[...]
After the FBI issued a warning in May for all small business owners to reboot their routers after a malicious hacking campaign, we thought it good to revisit some easy WiFI security steps.
If you're not familiar with what a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) is, they become your extended IT and Security Team with a more diverse set of skills that can better manage your IT and[...]
It's happening. All the publicity of phishing scams and ransomware have made many of us worried about opening emails or clicking on links.
A few days ago Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport took down it's Wi-Fi access after the city of Atlanta experienced a cyber-attack.