Government Fines If You Pay Ransomware Ransom

Government Fines If You Pay Ransomware Ransom

To pay or not to pay, that is the question. What would you do if your computers, servers, files, and data were encrypted and your last viable backups were also encrypted (it happens) or otherwise unusable? You may be tempted to pay the bad guys to get your business...
The Problem with Passwords

The Problem with Passwords

The problem with passwords is that most users complain about having too many to remember, so they resort to sharing credentials, using weak passwords, or using the same password for multiple applications. The problem with passwords is that they often windup on the...
Why Your Printer is a Threat Vector

Why Your Printer is a Threat Vector

Shadowserver Foundation, a non-profit organization with the goal of improving cybersecurity practices worldwide, recently released findings stating that about one-eighth of all IPP-capable printers are exposed over the Internet. IPP, or Internet Printing Protocol,...
New Phishing Attack: Steganography

New Phishing Attack: Steganography

Many have never heard of a phishing technique called steganography. It involves hiding malicious PowerShell scripts inside of an image that execute powerful commands. An email will contain a Microsoft Office document. The email itself is automatically tailored to...

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