We are monitoring a situation where a multiwave DDOS attack has taken down many popular sites. Here is the list so far: ActBlue Basecamp Big cartel Box Business Insider CNN Cleveland.com Etsy Github Grubhub Guardian.co.uk HBO Now Iheart.com (iHeartRadio) Imgur Intercom Intercom.com Okta PayPal People.com Pinterest Playstation Network Recode Reddit Seamless Spotify Squarespace Customer Sites…Details
As fitness trackers become more and more integrated into our phones and networks, our interest in their vulnerabilities has increased. We especially worry about the lower price models whose security budget most likely matches their suggested retail price. MakeUseOf had a great analysis of a few popular models and the results are frightening: Is…Details
We get this question a lot. A threat vector is any method or path in which a malicious person or program can gain access to a computer or network. These can include many different methods like: Viruses Email Attachments Web Pages Pop-up Windows Instant Messages Chat Rooms Human Deception Wifi Ethernet Ports USB Ports We recommend…Details
We are seeing more and more support out of the NoMoreRansom project as 16 new law enforcement groups sign on to the project. Find out more here:
We are onsite at the 2016 North American International Cyber Summit at Cobo Center in Detroit.
Symantec reported that small businesses accounted for 43% of all cyber attacks in 2016
The latest survey report out Aon’s outlines the fact that business interruption due to a breach is top cyber risk concern