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La Porte County finally opted to pay $130,000 Ransom

On July 6, a ransomware attack brought down government computer systems at La Porte County, Indiana, finally, the county decided to pay $130,000 ransom. On July 6, a ransomware attack paralyzed the computer systems at La Porte County, Indiana, according...

Could Your Reactive Cyber Security Approach Put You Out Of Business?

By Ajay Unni, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Stickman Cybersecurity is a concern for businesses of any of size, but it’s especially pressing for smaller companies. That’s because they tend to be more vulnerable than larger enterprises. They often lack...

Surveying Anti-Phishing Standards – Part 2

By Marc Laliberte, Information Security Threat Analyst, WatchGuard Technologies In our last article, we looked at three different technology standards that combat spam and phishing attacks. If you haven’t read the first installment of this two-part series yet, check it...

Ransomware: Nothing to Sneeze At

By Mike Andrews, Managing Director, NovaStor Corporation We’re heading into the cold season and the common cold is well… common. A trip to the pharmacy presents us with endless options for making your week a little more bearable, but unfortunately,...

VPN: Do You Really Need It? This Will Help You Decide!

By Amelia Blanche Privacy is an aspect that is increasingly valued when it comes to surfing the Internet but is increasingly difficult to achieve. User data is too valuable for companies and is used in a multitude of network activities....

Creep Hunters Canada Society

Collaborates with google developers to hunt online predators By Brendon S Brady, Executive Director, CHCSociety We are happy to announce that in the coming months we will be releasing an app. This app, in short, will give real-time access for law enforcement...

How to Make Notpetya Not Your Problem

4 critical steps organizations must take for ransomware defense by Noa Arias, Director of Marketing, Semperis The NotPetya attack took the world by storm when a compromised update of M.E.Doc financial software spread the virus across major corporations in Europe, encrypting...

To Pay or Not to Pay, That is the Question

By Chris Bates, VP of Security Strategy, SentinelOne   Every city and government organization should assume they are a ransomware target. Attacks like the ones in Atlanta, Baltimore and Rivera Beach are about more than just criminal payouts - they're paralyzing attacks that can bring a city to...

Does Your Company Have Adequate Security Programs In The Era Of Cyber Attacks?

Many companies have a false sense of confidence about their cybersecurity capabilities By Doug Ramos, Security Practice Manager, Groupware Technology Facing ever-evolving malware, vulnerabilities and hacking attempts, companies today need to seriously look at and evaluate their cyber security policies. Studies show...

Intel addresses high severity flaw in Processor Diagnostic Tool

Intel Patch Tuesday updates for July 2019 address a serious flaw in Processor Diagnostic Tool and minor issue in the Solid State Drives (SSD) for Data Centers (DC). Intel’s Patch Tuesday security updates for July 2019 address a serious flaw...

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