LifeLock Unlocked?!

Whenever a company suffers a data breach, they offer those who were impacted a complimentary year of LifeLock, an identity theft protection service.  But just recently, LifeLock fixed a vulnerability on its site that allowed anyone to access user email addresses.Continue Reading…

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Protect Your Business From Ransomware Attacks!

Ransomware attacks are the fastest growing malware threats. On average, more than 4,000 ransomware attacks have occurred daily since January 1, 2016. Ransomware, a type of malicious software that infects and restricts access to a computer until a ransom is paid, affects businesses of all sizes. The good news is that there are best practices you can adopt to protect your business.Continue Reading…

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Can Your 401(k) Be Hacked?!

Can 401(k) plans be hacked and money stolen from them? If 7,000 companies could be compromised by the NotPetya malware while big companies like Equifax, Target and Yahoo experienced breaches of hundreds of millions of accounts, then what makes us believe that cybercrooks aren’t going after retirement funds?Continue Reading…

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Airport WiFi Might Be Putting Business Travelers At Risk!

The purpose of the report is to inform business travelers of how insecure airport Wi-Fi can inadvertently put the integrity and confidentiality of their essential cloud-based work apps (G-Suite, Dropbox, Office 365, etc.) at risk, and to educate all other flyers on the dangers of connecting to unencrypted, unsecured or improperly configured networks.Continue Reading…

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CarePartners Data Breach Held for Ransom

CarePartners, a Canadian healthcare service through the Ontario Government, recently suffered a data breach.  Patient and employee health and financial records have been compromised.  The attackers have demanded that CarePartners pay a ransom in order for them not to expose the stolen data as well as fix their security issues.Continue Reading…

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ComplyRight Security Breach

Cloud-based human resources company, ComplyRight, said this week that a security breach of its website may have jeopardized sensitive consumer information — including names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses and Social Security numbers — from tax forms submitted by the company’s thousands of clients on behalf of employees.Continue Reading…

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