Samantha Keller

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 19, 2019

Texting Scam Promises New iPhone 11 Pro

A texting (SMS) phishing scam is victimizing folks in the UK with fraudulent notifications that look like they are from the Royal Mail postal service, The […]
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 […]
December 12, 2019

Security Flaw Allows Hackers to Track and Listen to Children’s Smartwatches

In February 2019, approximately 16% of U.S adults owned a smartwatch, which was up from 12% only a couple months prior. Here we are in December […]
December 11, 2019

New Phone Scam-“Line-Trapping Technology’

A new method of attack is being used by cons to scam unsuspecting victims over the phone. Police confirmed a woman from the York Region received […]
December 9, 2019
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How to Avoid Mobile Device Cyber Threats

Most companies these days encourage employees to access their work email through mobile devices for availability purposes and easy contact. Unfortunately, according to a recent Fortinet […]