Phishing is a highly-effective cyberattack, which has led hackers to use it more and more over the last few years. Learn how to recognize common phishing emails so you can avoid them at all costs.
The amount of money that consumers spend online has been steadily growing each year. There’s often a dramatic increase each November and December—the beginning of holiday shopping season. Watch out for these common holiday cyberattacks, which can target individuals and businesses alike.
Ransomware is one of the scariest cyberattacks to deal with. Typically, a big, alarming message pops up on your computer, alerting you that all of your files have been locked and will be permanently deleted unless you pay a ransom. In this blog, we’ll discuss whether or not to pay ransomware.
Microsoft recently discovered a new strain of fileless malware that essentially hijacks PCs and turns them into hubs for carrying out further malicious activity. Here’s what we know about Nodersok malware so far.
Steganography refers to the act of hiding data in other types of content, such as images, videos, website traffic and more. You can probably guess where we’re going with this: hackers have been using it to carry out cybercrimes. In this blog, we’ll discuss steganography attacks.
The Monroe-Woodbury Central School District of Central Valley, New York emailed parents on Tuesday, announcing that the school year would start a day late, on Thursday, September 5, thanks to a ransomware attack.
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.
Cyber security experts have been warning for years now that the Internet of Things (IoT), which refers to any internet-connected devices, can easily be exploited by hackers. We’ve seen some pretty crazy IoT attacks during that time. Here are just a few of them.
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…
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.