January 30, 2020

60% of people NEVER disinfect their smart phones

Alright smartphone users, this is some disturbing news. Earlier this month ZDNet took a poll on Twitter asking how often people disinfect their smartphones, and 59.9% […]
January 29, 2020

Data for thousands of marijuana users leaked online

It’s legal, we’re not judging. Marijuana is now legal for medical use in 33 states, and 11 of those allow recreational use of the drug for […]
January 20, 2020

Cloud Misconfiguration Leaves Many Vulnerable to Data Breaches

Got cloud? Got cloud issues? Cloud misconfiguration is one of the common, yet preventable security issues facing organizations migrating to the cloud today. It also leads […]
January 16, 2020

FBI to Expand Election Cyber Attack Notifications

As White House election fever heats up, the FBI has modified its cyber policy to better ward of cyber attacks. This week the FBI stated they […]
January 10, 2020

Is America looking at a potential cyberwar?

Given the current state of affairs in America, most citizens are probably glued to their device’s screens even more than they normally would be, come the […]
January 6, 2020

Our Santa Gift got Hacked

Christmas this year brought a nifty new gadget into our home-a Ring doorbell with camera and an Echo Show to display the video of whoever beckons […]
December 30, 2019

CCPA Compliant for 2020?

The new year means new laws for your business with the implementation of CCPA just days away. According to Law.Com. businesses in California or doing business […]
December 23, 2019

Phishing Scams to Watch Out For

It seems like attackers and phishing emails are always one step ahead of us and it’s a challenge  for any business to stay secure these days. […]
December 18, 2019

Gas pumps hit with malware are leaving commuters with more than a just full tank

Here we are, half-way through December. It’s almost time to start playing luggage Tetris in the trunks of our cars and head off to our Holiday […]