Healthcare’s First Financial Concern: Cybersecurity

Your organization’s finances can be affected by a variety of factors; everything from client engagement to marketing is critical to consider. But most recently, studies have shown that the most important issue for healthcare providers may also be the one you are least prepared to address: cyber attacks. As of July 30, 2019, the average […]

Anonymous FTP: Crippling Healthcare Organizations

If you’ve ever had to share a large number of files with people working remotely, odds are you’ve used a file transfer protocol (FTP) server to accomplish this. It’s an easy way that you and others can access and upload information with a username and password, without taking up your own valuable internal storage space. […]

Employers Beware: W-2 Scams Running Rampant

Employees count on their employers to keep their private information safe. This is especially true during one of the most information-sensitive times of the year: tax season. For attackers who rely on social engineering tactics, targeting organizations right now can be a potential goldmine. We’ve previously discussed how social engineering tries to trick members of your […]

More Breach Investigations Coming?

We’ve written about the massive Yahoo data breach in this space a few times now. First there was the news of the breach itself and the potential fallout as far as consumer confidence and valuation for the business itself. Then we learned that the breach was even worse than originally reported, with the original breach […]

The Anatomy of an Attack

Many times in this space we have discussed the results of an organization suffering a breach. These have included the fines an organization receives due to lackluster security practices, or the long-term damage a breach could potentially inflict on an organization’s reputation. Today, we’re going to move our gaze from the aftermath of an attack […]

Smarter Protection: 2016’s Worst Passwords and How to Improve Them

You’ve heard this before, but it’s such a pressing issue that we’ll repeat it again: you need to create safe passwords. That means not just coming up with one password with uppercase and lowercase characters, punctuation and numbers, then using it as your login everywhere. You need to create different passwords for every account you […]

Catching Cyber Criminals

  We have a habit of profiling major cyber crimes in this space. The breaches that grab our attention, foreshadow coming doom – and so on and so forth. It’s important to remember, however, that there are real people behind these attacks. Real people who can be caught red-handed. The Crime The London Metropolitan Police’s […]