Are You a Victim of an Internet Crime?

Are You a Victim of an Internet Crime?

You may file a complaint with the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Internet Crime Complaint Center, also known as the IC3, if you believe you have been the victim of an Internet crime or if you want to file on behalf of another person you believe has been such...
No More Ransomware!

No More Ransomware!

Most of us read about the devastation that Ransomware unleashes out on the technological world, but what should you do if you fell victim to these faceless criminals. No More Ransomware is a project comprised of law enforcement and IT Security companies that have...
Top 10 Cybersecurity Threats for SMBs in 2018

Top 10 Cybersecurity Threats for SMBs in 2018

Cybersecurity should be something that you know and be comfortable discussing with others. Understanding the buzz words for what they truly mean only strengthens your ability to acquiring the ideal cybersecurity solution that will better serve protecting you, your...
How to Protect Your Organization & Employees

How to Protect Your Organization & Employees

Here are some steps that you can implement in your organization to help prevent a ransomware attack from taking down your network and operations: Employee training – Educating your employees about threats can make all the difference. If an email looks like spam,...
Ransomware Attacks on the Rise

Ransomware Attacks on the Rise

In 2016, Locky began spreading its malware via email attachments, first in Word documents to fool users into opening it, and later as a JavaScript attachment to get by anti-malware security. When opened, the attachment is scrambled, and the victim is instructed to...
Types of Ransomeware

Types of Ransomeware

Ransomware can enter the network or device in a number of different ways. It’s important to know what to look for to safeguard your assets.   Phishing emails – Phishing emails are designed to fool a victim into sharing sensitive information like usernames,...