Tag: coronavirus

April 14, 2020

Passly Packs 7 Essential Features to Secure a Remote Workforce

Today’s worker can stay connected to the systems and data that they need to work efficiently anytime from anywhere. Remote work isn’t just convenient for companies – it’s also convenient for cybercriminals. Take a look at 7 features of Passly that can quickly mitigate that threat.

Read More
a hand holding a piece of papaer that says phishing scam on it is pictured passing the paper to someone with a handful of cash.

FBI Warns Against COVID-19 Business Fund Transfer Phishing Scams

A new FBI warning outlines a special kind of phishing scam targeting c-suite and accounts payable staff – proving that phishing training is necessary at every level.

Read More
April 10, 2020

Malware-Laden COVID-19 Emails Exploit MS Office Vulnerability

The Secret Service warns that clever new phishing attacks simulating official emails, files, and links are being perpetrated by cybercriminals looking to take advantage of the anxiety created by COVID-19 and exploit an old MS Office vulnerability.

Read More
A laptop computer screen showing a brown-haired caucasian woman and an african american man on a desk with a monstera plant and an orange striped cat

Zoom Brings New Cybersecurity Threats to the Table

Zoom may be the new way to conduct business during the COVID-19 pandemic, but it’s also the new way for cybercriminals to attack systems and data using some fresh tricks to snare unsuspecting workers.

Read More
Three envelopes are shown open on a blue background, two containing white papers and one containing a paper with a skull and crossbones indicating malware
April 09, 2020

CISA: Massive Increase in COVID-19 Phishing Attacks

CISA released a warning about a massive increase in phishing attacks referencing COVID-19. Cybercriminals aren’t just using old tricks in new ways, they’ve added to their playbook.

Read More
April 03, 2020


The world has changed quickly in the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and so have every organization’s cybersecurity needs. Use these tools to protect systems and data from opportunistic cybercriminals.

Read More
A dark, inky clod sits next to a virus molecule on a white background
April 02, 2020

COVID-19 and The State of the Dark Web (and Your Data) 2020

In uncertain times, it pays to keep an eye on the Dark Web to avoid a potentially disastrous breach – because bad actors are poised to make the most of an upended business world in the wake of COVID-19

Read More
A vector image of a computer monitor showing thumbnail photos of colleagues on a messy desk.
March 31, 2020

Beware of Data Dangers from Virtual Meetings

It’s essential to consider the threats to information security that cameras can create and address those issues before they become problems.

Read More
A pop art style image of the Statue of Liberty wearing a medical mask superimposed over an american flag.
March 24, 2020

CISA Designates MSPs as Essential Coronavirus Personnel

Regulations are being enacted to temporarily shutter non-essential businesses as we grapple with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. A new federal publication helps clear up the confusion on what’s considered “essential.”

Read More
A hacker using a laptop connects a cable to a heart and heartbeat image transposed over a caduceus on a blue background.
March 20, 2020

Coronavirus Crisis Adds Data Breach Dangers for Healthcare Sector

Coronavirus (COVID-19) has many companies teleworking putting them at higher risk for a data breach. Use these tools and tips to mitigate the risk of staff working remotely.

Read More

Please fill in the form below to subscribe to our blog