As tensions rise surrounding the global coronavirus pandemic, cyber criminals are gearing up to take advantage. In recent weeks, cyber security firms have noticed an uptick in malicious online activity. Capitalizing off people’s worst fears, these predatory coronavirus cyber attacks are on the rise, so here’s all that we know.
Cyber security can cause both short- and long-term issues for businesses of all sizes. However, many small- to mid-sized companies feel as if they’re not large enough to be targeted by cyberattacks. These cyber security stats might be an eye opener for local business owners.
Windows XP reached end of life in 2014, meaning Microsoft stopped issuing critical security updates for it. However, that hasn’t stopped people from using it. Hackers have been exploiting it like crazy ever since, which urged Microsoft to issue an emergency Windows XP patch recently. Here’s why that doesn’t mean it’s safe to start using…
The health care industry has evolved for the better thanks to the latest technology that streamlines everything from clerical tasks to patient care. However, along with new technology comes new risks. Health care cyber security threats are real and are evolving at a terrifying pace.
Traditional, run-of-the-mill malware usually makes its way onto a victim’s computer via the download of an infected file. However, that’s not always the case. Fileless malware attacks use tools that are already on your computer to carry out attacks. Here’s what you need to know.
KeyPass ransomware is a global cyberattack that has been gaining more and more traction over the few months. Understand how to identify and prevent this Trojan-style attack to keep your files from becoming permanently inaccessible.