Tag: cyber security

June 12, 2018

The Week in Breach: 6/04/2018 – 6/10/2018

Breach news to share with your customers! This week shows no shortage of targeted attacks designed to extract large datasets from a broad range of consumer sites. Travel, finance and entertainment sites were targeted, impacting more than 100,000,000 unsuspecting victims. If anything, this week clearly demonstrates why individuals need to proactively monitor for their compromised data with tools like ID Agent’s SpotLight ID – Personal Identity & Credit Monitoring Solutions. The events of this week also clearly demonstrate why businesses must monitor for compromised credentials that can be used to exploit internal systems and to compromise or takeover customer accounts.

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June 06, 2018

The Week in Breach: 5/28/18 – 5/03/18

Breach news to share with your customers! Highlights from The Week in Breach: – Finance sector attacks ramping up – BackSwap JavaScript injections effectively circumventing detection – Honda has leaky buckets too

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May 23, 2018

The Week in Breach: 5/14/18 – 5/20/18

The Week in Breach: 5/14/18 – 5/20/18 Breach news to share with your customers! Highlight’s from The Week in Breach: Ransomware still plaguing state and local agencies Accidental data disclosures on the rise AWS implementation flaws create security flaws compromised

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April 26, 2018

A New Wave of Brute Force Attacks: Here’s What You Should Know

Last month, the United States Department of Justice indicted nine Iranian hackers for a wave of brute force attacks. These attacks resulted in the digital theft of more than 31 terabytes in information worth $3 billion in intellectual property.

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April 10, 2018

The Week in Breach: 4/2/18 – 4/8/18

There is a storm brewing over at Facebook. I will reserve summary and comments for next week – after Zuckerberg testifies. I will say however, the simple fact is that you did not/do not need to be a data analytics firm to harvest data and profile millions (potentially billions) of Facebook users. More to come…

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July 06, 2017

What an MSP can do to Protect Their Clients from the Dark Web

Not familiar with the term “Dark Web”? That’s okay, even some of the most sophisticated individuals in the tech space have no idea what the dark web is and how it’s accessed. As an MSP or MSSP, you are doing your part to secure and monitor your client’s network and provide a seamless user experience. However, through no fault of your own, your client’s and their employees are not making your job easier by creating credential-based blind spots that until now were hard to detect and mitigate.

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