Tag: cybersecurity breach

Winner Announced in Dark Web ID Contest!

by dana

We are excited to announce the winner of our “Tell Us Your Story” contest! Jeff Reiter of RWK IT Services in Frankfort, IL submitted our winning testimonial, as voted on by a committee of 10!

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Stay Cyber-Safe When Shopping Online

by dana

We were thrilled to see how many of our MSP Partners utilized the resources we provided to help educate their customers during National Cybersecurity Awareness Month in October.

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The Week in Breach: 10/13/18 – 10/19/18

by Kevin Lancaster

Breach news to share with your customers!

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The Week in Breach 06/25 – 06/29

by Kevin Lancaster

Breach news to share with your customers! Hacks this week showed no mercy or regard to international boundaries. From North America to Australia, businesses of all sizes, across all industries were targeted. Malware injection and insecure databases were some of the most damaging compromises highlighted this week. At least 230 million individuals and 110 million businesses exposed on the Dark Web… YIKES. Highlights from The Week in Breach: Ransomware be gone! Comcast’s leaky API Another Intel CPU vulnerability? Massive breach exposes how many kids you have and where you live. In other news...

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The Week in Breach 06/18 – 06/22

by Kevin Lancaster

Breach news to share with your customers! Highlights from The Week in Breach: It’s no surprise that this week has been busy for cyber-attacks on the web, targeting big events such as the World Cup but also continuing to pursue small-and medium-sized businesses across the globe. - Google is still leaking! - Another Dark Web marketplace down in a big win for French authorities. - Do androids dream of electric… rats? A new malware for Android! - Going phishing at the World Cup. In other news…

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The Week in Breach: 5/28/18 – 5/03/18

by Kevin Lancaster

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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How to Identify and Prevent Insider Data Breaches

by Kevin Lancaster

A little known fact about corporate identity theft is that a large percentage of data breaches originate inside the organization’s walls. A recent report by Intel estimates that 43% of data breaches are the result of insider threats. Half of the insider breaches came from employee negligence and half came from malicious actions.

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Are You Protected if Your Supply Chain Gets Hacked?

by Kevin Lancaster

In today’s world, it’s not uncommon for organization’s to have some type of system in place to protect themselves from a potential data breach. Many use secure password protocols, two factor authentication logins and even invest in cyber education for their employees to minimize the possibility of insider breaches.

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