Why Government Agencies Need to Be Proactive About Ransomware

Government Agencies Need to Be Proactive About Ransomware

By | Government & Public Sector, Viruses, Trojans, Ransomware and other Malware

Think only private companies are targets for hackers? Think again. A new and disturbing trend in cyberattacks on city, regional, and state governments is gaining new levels of severity in the United States. Cybercriminals, armed with ransomware, are increasingly targeting government bodies. From small towns to large cities, not a…

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Why Your School Needs License Plate Recognition Cameras

Why Your School Needs License Plate Recognition Cameras

By | Uncategorized

License plate recognition (LPR) cameras are becoming more popular across university campuses. Leveraging such technology is allowing schools to monitor and regulate their parking lots more efficiently, and it’s necessary.   Most schools have parking lots because a significant body of students and faculty drive and need a place to park. They generate loads of…

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Examine 3 Recent Business Data Breaches & Learn How to Prevent Hacking

By | Cybersecurity, Email Security, Hacking, Phishing, Training, Viruses, Trojans, Ransomware and other Malware

Today, businesses are more likely than not to experience a security threat. With the prevalence and variety of hacking techniques occurring today, organizations face a unique challenge of maintaining effective security of their systems and data. Here are some recent scenarios where major breaches occurred – and what companies could have done to…

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