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cyber security predictions for 2021

Cyber Security Predictions For 2021

Between COVID-19 and economic slowdowns, we can’t wait for 2020 to end so we can start the new year fresh. Unfortunately, cybercriminals who thrived upon phishing and ransomware attacks will be working hard to continue their success into 2021. To keep us ahead of the attackers, many experts have predicted...
Home & Commercial vulnerabilities

Why It’s Important to Secure Both Home & Commercial Vulnerabilities

Today's environment makes it harder than ever to keep attackers out of your network.   Users connect from home networks riddled with potential vulnerabilities, through tools with vulnerabilities, into networks that contain more vulnerabilities.We continue to plug the leaks as they become exposed, but it's more important than ever to recognize...
FBI issues warning about email, domain spoofing and more

FBI Issues Cybersecurity Warnings About Email, Domain Spoofing

On Nov. 23, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (DHS-CISA) recently issued a series of warnings regarding email spoofing, ransomware, and unpatched vulnerabilities. Take these warnings seriously and act. Why? Take, for example, Baltimore County Public School system. Following...
The hidden costs of unmanaged data

3 Hidden Costs in Unmanaged Data

The COVID-19 quarantines motivated many organizations to shift to cloud computing. While many execute haphazard transitions, why miss an opportunity to improve? Data generally increases in importance, but the specific data we keep can be as worthless as year-old spam emails, and as critical as the passwords for our bank accounts. Is our cloud...
Ransomware attack updates - Holiday season 2020

Ransomware Updates As We Enter the Holiday Season

The holiday season is here! During a year with such major ups and downs, it's a nice break, right? Well, cyber attackers won't be taking a break, unfortunately. In fact, they'll want to take full advantage of unprepared IT teams. If your organization needs extra support over the holiday season,...