Cybersecurity

Is your organization ready to pay Cyber Attack Ransom?

While ransomware attacks have slowed down with cybercriminals shifting their focus to cryptojacking (mining virtual currencies), cyberextortion is still widespread. Here are a few examples of recent cyber extortion attacks: Systems of Onslow Water and Seer Authority (ONWASA) in Jacksonville, NC, serves a population of more then 100,000 people. Earlier this month it’s computer systems …

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Businesses Should Act on the October 3, 2018 DHS Hacker Warning and Recommended Protective Measures

On October 3, 2018, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued a major warning to IT service providers, IT managed services providers (MSPs), and cloud services providers (CSPs) and their customers.  The warning came from the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC), which is part of the Office of Cybersecurity & Communications within …

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