Leadership: Covering Your Security Achilles Heel

From phishing email campaigns to filched administrator credentials, we’ve seen hackers assault systems from all sides. Experts recommend the best defense is a unified front against malicious actors, but what happens when the very place you expect IT security policies from—your leadership team—is actually your organization’s Achilles heel? Ideally, IT security practices run like a […]

The Way Forward For Pharmacies

The world of cybersecurity after COVID-19 is sure to be a changed one. Although organizations will certainly see large-scale changes in policy and performance, an industry is only as secure as its smallest entities. Nowhere is this more evident than large chain and local pharmacies, where cybersecurity experts have turned a critical eye on pharmacy […]

Phishing Emails Win Again

For many, it’s a morning ritual. Come to work, grab a cup of coffee and start answering those emails. The sooner you’re caught up, the sooner you can get started on the day. Because of this, you may skim internal emails a little more quickly, only acting on what’s asked of you. After all, these […]

A New Domino: Ransomware on Social Media

We’ve written a fair amount about the consistent threat ransomware poses to your business, and that’s because it’s a constantly shifting threat worthy of frequent updates. Once you think you have one attack method under wraps, another one pops up. It’s a lot like trying to plug holes in a leaky dam, desperately trying to […]

Best Practices for Network Security

Cyber-crime is growing at a tremendous rate. It’s become an organized big business opportunity for criminals, and is projected to grow to $600 billion this year, larger than any other form of crime. – Forbes, May 3, 2016 It may seem hard at times to keep pace with the ever-changing and emerging threats posed to […]