VPNs have long been touted as a more secure way to browse the Internet…but every software has its vulnerability CACTUS ransomware is finding one in common VPNs.
Author: Alex Alper
Back in 2020, the Federal Trade Commission instituted a privacy order that included additional regulations on Meta’s current privacy program. Now the FTC is back and accusing Meta of failing to appropriately comply with the 2020 order.
DC Health Link, a dominant health insurance marketplace in Washington DC, announced a data breach that potentially affected the PHI of over 56K customers — many of whom work in or around Congress.
SMBs have found themselves the target of such attacks increasingly often. If the same happens to you, don’t keep it secret. Transparency, especially through hard times, fosters the best long-term relationships and customer loyalty.
Whether you’re running the latest version of Windows or Mac, their built-in browser defenses are always watching out for threats — but the new IcedID malware has a few new tricks up its sleeve.
This virus is a bit of a nuisance, and here’s what you need to know about it.
Organizations must ensure that their cyber compliance efforts are up-to-date in order to protect against the ever-evolving landscape of cyber threats.
Do you use Siri? What about Google Home or the Amazon Alexa? Some other, similar smart device hooked up to your home or office? Then you’ll want to read on about this latest vulnerability in your network.
Insider threats are a major concern for businesses in the digital age. How much do you know about preventing this cyber-threat — and keeping yourself from becoming one?
If your noncompliance causes a data leak, the consequences could include fines, lost business, bad reviews and even jail time!
In this blog post, we’ll break down what centralized versus decentralized cybersecurity so you can better understand how your network is protected.