Whitepaper Download: Protecting Data in the Healthcare Industry

All it takes is one slipup to forever change the public’s outlook on your organization. This is especially true for healthcare providers. Your patients need to trust that your staff can provide them with the care they need and that your IT system won’t put their protected health information (PHI) at risk. There’s nothing like […]

A Recent Anti-Malware Victory

Cybercriminals make a lot of news by pulling off headline-grabbing data breaches. Often, this can make these attackers seem invincible, like there are no systems or good guys capable of standing up to them. This is, of course, anything but true. Cyber-attacks can be defeated and the criminals behind them can be apprehended. Today, we’re […]

Mobile Devices and Healthcare: How to Protect Your Organization

In today’s world, almost every piece of technology comes equipped with the ability to access the internet. Phones, watches — even refrigerators — are built to connect. While the intent here is to make life a little easier, an unfortunate side effect is that these connections open up new pathways for cyber criminals. For organizations that acquire […]

The Ever-Expanding Threat of Cyber Criminals

The Dark Overlord, a dangerous group of cyber criminals, have made a name for themselves over the past several years. We’ve covered some of their illegal activities in the past targeting healthcare and financial institutions, and unfortunately, they’ve continued to make news. Their latest attacks open a new front into cybersecurity, signaling a shift all […]

Looking Back: WannaCry and How You Can Prevent Ransomware Infection

Last month, a ransomware virus known as “WannaCry” made international headlines by infecting devices in more than 150 countries. In total, over 300,000 Windows-operating computers fell victim to this attack, forced to seek remediation by either being forced to pay a ransom to retrieve their data or relying on their previously backed-up data. This was a […]

Minimizing the Effects of a Breach: ABCD Pediatrics

Oftentimes, a prominent cyber-attack leaves us wondering why the targeted organization didn’t do more to protect themselves. And sometimes this is a correct response, like in the case of the infamous Yahoo breaches, where so many things could have been done differently to prevent the massive fallout that company has experienced as a result of […]

Video: Interview with HRBoost on Cybersecurity

BAI Security’s President and Chief Technology Officer, Michael Bruck, recently joined Nicole Martin from HRBoost to share how data breaches are of particular interest to the HR world. As we recently discussed, important employee documents – like W2 forms – are a gold mine for attackers. In this video, Michael shares how the threat of cyber attackers […]

Cybercriminals Leave Trails

While we think it’s important to profile the crimes of cybercriminals and the threats they pose to organizations of all shapes and sizes, it’s also essential to remind ourselves time and time again that they are people and they do get caught. Previously, we looked at one British man who was caught running an online […]

The Biggest Threats of 2016 and Predictions for 2017

This year had its share of headline grabbing cybersecurity news. From Yahoo’s many breaches, to new threats in phishing and social engineering, 2016 wasn’t short on new threats. With the year wrapping up, we wanted to take a minute to recap what we saw as the biggest threats of 2016, what to prepare for in […]

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 […]