COVID and the Acceleration of Ransomware Attacks 

COVID and the Acceleration of Ransomware Attacks 

If a ransomware attacker knocked on your virtual door, would they find it locked, or could they easily gain entrance into your organization? This is a critical question to consider, given that ransomware attacks have increased up to 500% since the initial onset of...
Avoiding the Schemes and Scams of Social Engineering

Avoiding the Schemes and Scams of Social Engineering

Social engineering is a practice that has become very prevalent in recent years, and it takes diligence to know what attackers are up to and how to avoid them. In social engineering, perpetrators are relying on human error. They use psychological manipulation to gain...
How Much of Your Personal Information is Visible Online?

How Much of Your Personal Information is Visible Online?

Email, social media, shopping, gaming, banking… almost everything about our lives can and does happen online these days. Without realizing who may have access to our information, we type in our address, our phone number, credit cards, and more. As we know, not...
Public Wifi …it’s more public than you might think!

Public Wifi …it’s more public than you might think!

Let’s face it, we all need a change of scenery when we’re telecommuting. The four walls of the home office are fine for a while, but sometimes it’s nice to pack up the laptop and go somewhere else during the workday. It’s great to have mobile workspace, but there are...
The Threats You May Not Consider:  Protecting Your Kids Online

The Threats You May Not Consider: Protecting Your Kids Online

When we think of cybersecurity threats, we think mostly of large organizations or infrastructures. But some of the greatest threats often go unnoticed – the threats posed to our children from the cyber world – that place they enter into every time they use a computer...