CIPHER ALERT - New Global Threat Petya or Petwrap

News of a new global ransomware attack began to emerge this morning (6-27-2017). Companies in Ukraine, Spain, the Netherlands, Denmark and the United Kingdom have already been ...
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We Have Security Prevention Bias

One can say that there are three stages of information security operations: Prevention, Detection, and Response. Of the three, it is usually prevention that gets the most ...
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ACDC Is ‘Stand Your Ground’ Cybersecurity Legislation

Representative Tom Graves (R-GA) released federal cybersecurity legislation in February 2017 (with updates in May) called the “Active Cyber Defense Certainty Act,” or ACDC. ...
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After WannaCry: Practical Tips on How to Prevent Ransomware

Ransomware isn’t anything new, yet more than 3/4 of organizations targeted by ransomware attacks still do not have security in place that can prevent infection. What happens ...
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Ransomware Attack Encrypts Data on All Windows Versions

This morning, a ransomware-type attack occurred on several companies in Europe. The systems at Telefónica's headquarters in Madrid appear to have been the initial targets of ...
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Does your incident response process lead you in every direction?

Stop what you are doing. Pull out your written Incident Response Process or Plan (if you have one at all). Now, think about this. When is the last time it was physically ...
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Keeping Kids Safe on the Internet

Technology is something taken for granted by kids. The so called Millenial Generation was born inserted in a world where portable multimedia communication is common sense. We ...
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Why a Solid Password Policy Matters

Social networks, email, online shopping, cloud storage, both in the corporate and private world, there are many services used daily that request logins and passwords for ...
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