We talk to a lot of businesses. Not surprisingly, one of the topics that most often comes up is security. Many understand, and to some level accept, that their data is at risk and will likely be...(more…)
You may have seen the news over the past day regarding the Petya virus. Please know that we are researching this new cyberattack and following developments. Although how it infects its victims is...(more…)
We have come across a new piece of malware that targets infected users' information on established banking and shopping sites. This nasty virus is brand new; we are actively working with several...(more…)
Yahoo has confirmed that it has been the target of another massive data breach, this one stemming back to August, 2013. The newly discovered breach is in addition to the huge 2014 breach and...(more…)
A new malware version of the Crypto virus is making its way into Inboxes this morning. If you should receive a message similar to the one shown below, please delete it immediately.
November 17, 2015 7:30 - 11:00 a.m. Crowne Plaza, Nashua, NH(more…)
Shellshock: a bug in a popular open-source software
On Wednesday, security experts announced the discovery of a previously unknown security flaw impacting systems running on an open-source Unix-based...(more…)
A new phishing scam attacking e-mail users has surfaced this month. The e-mail imitates the E-ZPass Service Center, the electronic toll collection system, and uses E-ZPass colors and logo to appear...
A bug in the Web's most popular browser
On Saturday, FireEye Research Labs, an Internet security software company, announced a previously unknown security flaw impacting all recent versions of...(more…)
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We are seeing a new version of the crippling malicious software CryptoLocker that hit the digital community last fall and winter. It dubs itself CryptoLocker 2.0, but it is actually...(more…)