Tag: Cybersecurity

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…And the Hacks Go On

Cybercrime has been on the rise for years without showing signs of slowing down. The arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic added fuel to the fire, as millions of new opportunities to exploit vulnerabilities were available to malicious actors, with security professionals scrambling to catch up. What is different over the last few months is the high-profile nature of the attacks, […]

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ALERT: Purple Fox worming its way into exposed Windows systems

Purple Fox, a malware previously distributed via exploit kits and phishing emails, has evolved by adding a worm module that allows it to scan for and infect Windows systems reachable over the Internet in ongoing attacks. Purple Fox, first discovered in 2018, is malware that used to rely on exploit kits and phishing emails to […]

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“We don’t need a cybersecurity assessment…do we?”

Cybersecurity remains one of the most important topics that businesses and organizations of all sizes need to address.  It also remains one of the most misunderstood aspects of business operations.  We often hear about large corporations or even governments suffering data breaches and attacks, but it is important to realize that no entity is immune.  […]

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Attack of the Machines! Five AI-Enabled Cyberattacks to Watch

What a year 2020 has been so far.  In a year where a global pandemic rages, economies are seesawing daily, Tiger King was one of the most streamed documentary series, and the Dodgers won a World Series, do we also need to be dealing with machines turning on us?  Are we doomed to servitude in […]

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Give Me Privacy or Give Me Health

Covid-19 has wreaked havoc around the globe, and as countries begin to open for business, contact tracing is now becoming part of the vernacular, just like social-distancing.   Epidemiologists believe that tracing is important to identify all the potential contacts that an infected person may have had, in order to quarantine and control their ability to further spread the disease. Tracing can either be […]

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