5 Point Checkup

Five-point checkup to secure your systems!  The advent of the COVID-19 “coronavirus” has spooked worldwide markets and pushed an inconceivable number of professionals into their homes to work remotely. This introduces a nightmare for network security and the threat of disruption to business continuity. If you do not have a contingency plan in place or have been struggling to deploy a secure remote […]

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Coronavirus spreads to Infosec Cybercriminals utilize anxiety, fear and a lack of understanding in order to engineer the environments in which people start making predictably bad security decisions. Spear phishing attacks target unsuspecting members of organizations into thinking they need to urgently click something in an email that unleashes a payload or grabs login credentials. Victims […]

White House Data Breach Malicious actors have penetrated the networks of the Department of Defense (DoD) agency tasked with securing and managing electronic communications for the White House. They have leaked personally identifiable information (PII) of White House staff, including Donald Trump and Mike Pence, which raises major red flags about the security of communications […]

Shield Act

Are you Compliant with the New York SHIELD Act? The New York Shield Act has broadly increased the scope of how “private information” is defined, and how it must be dealt with by any business that maintains the customer data of any citizen of the state of New York. The “Stop Hacks & Improve ELectronic […]

The Wawa credit card data breach is one of the worst retail failures of data security in recent history.  Last week we reported on the consumer side of the Wawa credit card data breach that, as far as we can tell, affected every single swiped payment card between March and December 2019. In a nutshell, Wawa discovered […]