How to prevent and recover from a ransomware attack

How to Prevent and Recover from a Ransomware Attack

By | Cybersecurity, Viruses, Trojans, Ransomware and other Malware

You login to your computer to check your morning emails. Suddenly, a ransomware message pops up on the screen. “Your computer has been hacked! In order to regain access, send money to this address!” If your business has been hit with a ransomware attack, check out these tips for recovering from a cybersecurity breach and preventing another one.

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Hacking news: why virtual teams need better video conferencing security

Hacking News: Why Virtual Teams Need Better Video Conference Security

By | Cybersecurity, Hacking, Managed Services, News & Updates, Training, Video Conferencing, Viruses, Trojans, Ransomware and other Malware

Businesses have never been so reliant on ensuring safe, reliable communication between mobile teams. With the current coronavirus pandemic, it is all the more critical to maintain contact and work together—without actually being together. Virtual teams must now implement collaboration strategy that includes one key element: secure video conferencing. Employees…

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The Latest Cybersecurity Threat: Banking Trojans

The Latest Cybersecurity Threat: Banking Trojans

By | Cybersecurity, Email Security, Hacking, Network Infrastructure & Security, Viruses, Trojans, Ransomware and other Malware

Trojans are a broad category of malware that was first described as a theoretical computer vulnerability by the US Air Force in 1974. Since then, they’ve become some of the most insidious and dangerous types of malware in existence. One type, known as the banking trojan, specializes in stealing financial…

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How Resilient Infrastructure and Technology Is as Important as Disaster Recovery

How Resilient Infrastructure and Technology is as Important as Disaster Recovery

By | Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery (BCDR), Cloud Computing, Compliance/Regulations, Cybersecurity, Data Security & Backup, Network Infrastructure & Security

Disaster recovery planning is a necessary part of business planning, but it involves more than just preparing for the worst-case scenario. Building resilient infrastructure and technology is just as important. By taking this approach, a company ensures that it has the means to respond and adapt to sudden, unpredictable events…

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Don’t Fall Victim to the Latest Ransomware Scam this Tax Season

Don’t Fall Victim to the Latest Ransomware Scam This Tax Season

By | Cybersecurity, Phishing, Viruses, Trojans, Ransomware and other Malware

It’s another tax season, and while most companies scramble to file their Internal Revenue Service (IRS) returns, scammers will be looking to capitalize on the chaos. Con artists use this time to elicit sensitive information from individuals and businesses, using the IRS as their preferred moniker. Falling victim to a…

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