June 11, 2020
Mobile Banking Apps

FBI Warns of Mobile Banking APP Scams

As more and more Americans have switched over to online banking due to the quarantine, the FBI warned that hackers are now targeting mobile banking apps […]
June 9, 2020

While Remote Work Is Good for Employees, It Isn’t Good for Corporate Security.

It takes time to gather the data. But with employees consistently working from home for the last few months, security researchers have been able to quantify […]
June 3, 2020

Ethical Hackers Strike Back, The Dark Web Takes A Serious Hit

When we think “hacker,” we sometimes forget they can be on our team (the good side). We also forget that because they’re ethical hackers, they can, […]
June 2, 2020

Is your Remote Workforce Vulnerable to Cyber Attack?

Threat actors are always looking for a unique plan of attack and Covid-19 gave them a new foot in the door through the surge in remote […]
May 29, 2020

A Potential “Game-Changer,” UVC Light Can Kill More Than Coronavirus

Things are reopening, and it’s happening whether or not people are ready for it. How do we make sure our staff, our families, and our world […]
May 22, 2020

Mass Data Collection, How Coronavirus Could End Privacy Altogether

What does the future look like after a pandemic? After we’re all forced to swab our saliva onto virus testing kits when we enter and leave […]
May 19, 2020

What’s Keeping CEO’s up at Night?

If you’re a CEO what keeps you up at night? According to a new study by Forcepoint, the fear of falling victim to a major cyber […]
May 13, 2020

How COVID-19 Has Complicated The CCPA

California’s new Internet Privacy Law will have some hurdles to jump through as businesses struggle to maintain their workforces due to Coronavirus and push back against […]
May 11, 2020

Phishing Emails Tricking Unemployed Americans into Working as Money Mules

A new job scam is doing the rounds, preying on people that want to make 5,000 dollars a month doing work from home.  It sounds like […]