Billions of users may be impacted by a new security vulnerability affecting countless devices.
Nearly 110 million Netflix subscribers are the target of a new phishing email scam.
In our latest Business Made MSPeasy episode, we share 4 essential tips for educating end users on basic cybersecurity practices. Help your clients help themselves.
A new strain of ransomware has sparked concern as it spreads through various countries.
The Department of Homeland Security has announced new requirements to bolster email and Web security for federal agencies.
It appears things may only get worse for Equifax. After last month’s announcement of a massive breach affecting 143 million people, the company may be victim to another attack.
Even the NFL is vulnerable to a data leak. According to Forbes, nearly 1,200 NFL players fell victim to a recent data breach.
While cybersecurity should be top of mind all year long, now is your chance to brush up on all things ransomware related and make sure you’re in good shape.
According to new reports, Equifax suffered an additional major data breach before the original event announced earlier this month.
Bitcoin, introduced in 2008, is a digital asset and payment system, which the U.S. Treasury categorizes as a decentralized virtual currency.
A recent phishing scam is leaving a Canadian college with a big bill.
This marks the 15th state to require cybersecurity training, although many other states have some form of training programs in place.
SysAdmin Day is here!
While ransomware seems to be a threat to individual users, more information can be gathered and damage inflicted if hackers gain access to companies and utilities.
Researchers now believe Tuesday’s NotPetya attack may have had a totally different purpose than expected.
Nayana, a South Korean web-hosting firm will reportedly pay a $1 million ransom to regain access to their hacked files.
University College London is continuing to deal with a major cyberattack. The university has warned students and staff about the risk of potential data loss and a substantial disruption to operations.
Fresh off the recent Crash Override malware news, we have yet another alert that should be raising some eyebrows.
Many businesses have suffered ransomware attacks and had their data encrypted. Some have paid the ransom to decrypt their data because they couldn’t restore data within a reasonable timeframe (or at all).
The Department of Homeland Security has issued a cybersecurity alert for a form of malware known as Crash Override.