WFH is a Prime Environment for Ransomware Attacks

Greg Edwards

Employees need a safe working environment. Whether on a construction site or sitting in an office, employees need guidance and support to ensure they stay true to workplace procedures and best…

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The Five Most Frightening Forms of Ransomware

Greg Edwards

No matter how many levels of defense MSPs implement for their business clients, there is virtually no way to stop a carefully planned and executed attack − or prevent a lucky cybercriminal from…

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SonicWall VPN Zero-Day: To disrupt or not to disrupt?

Greg Edwards

10:15 PM CST Friday 1/22/2021 SonicWall released information that they had been compromised by a zero-day SSL VPN and SMA vulnerability. For MSPs using SonicWall, the options are to disconnect SSL…

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How MSPs Can Neutralize the Biggest Cyber Threat

Greg Edwards

Your clients face numerous risks today. From the ordinary perils associated with running a business, including the never-ending financial and personnel-related concerns, to the unusual circumstances…

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Ransomware: How it Works and How to Protect Against Infection

Greg Edwards

What Ransomware Delivers One early morning in May 2017, a nurse walked into her ward. She switched on her computer, ready to log in for the busy day ahead. She checked her emails and noticed an…

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Ransomware Attacks Continue to Rise During Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic

Jordan Kadlec

Cybercriminals continue to cash in on the chaos of the coronavirus pandemic as targeted ransomware attacks have increased significantly over the last couple of weeks.

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Cybersecurity and the Coronavirus Pandemic

Jordan Kadlec

The coronavirus (COVID-19) and resulting stay-at-home orders have put an unprecedented strain on information security teams and their cybersecurity measures, as employees are required to work…

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Should a Ransomware Attack be Considered a Data Breach?

Jordan Kadlec

Ransomware criminals are adding salt to the wound to those infected with ransomware by creating sites to leak data stolen from non-paying victims. Maze ransomware was the first variant to create a…

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Beware of Coronavirus Scams and Ransomware Attacks

Jordan Kadlec

In the midst of a global pandemic with the outbreak of the Coronavirus, or COVID-19, hackers aren’t putting their tricks into quarantine. While some gangs were promising not to hit medical centers…

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