Posts filed under: #cyberbreach

Costa Rican Gov. Targeted in Conti Cybercriminal Group's Latest Attack

Following a month of devastating ransomware attacks carried out by the Conti cybercriminal group, Costa Rica's newly elected president, Rodrigo... Read More

Your Employees Are Your Organization's Biggest Risk to Cybercrime

The workplace environment has seen a drastic shift in the attitude about the value of a physical workspace. For some, return-to-work plans... Read More

Tips to Help Protect Against Social Engineering

You’ve gotten those extended car warranty calls. Or, perhaps an email alerting you of suspicious activity on your bank card? These are classic... Read More

How Vulnerability Scanning Can Protect Your Organization

What was the last company you heard about that got hacked? Do you know how the attackers got in? Frequently the first step in an attack is to scan... Read More

Do’s and Don’ts of SMB Cybersecurity

It's no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic has severely impacted small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). While dealing with decreased foot traffic,... Read More

Cloud Services Can Be a Challenge for SMBs

Small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) are turning to the cloud for numerous reasons. Read More

Cybersecurity Training Can Save Your Business 

As the adoption of technology increases, hacking techniques and cybercriminals are advancing too. The rise in cyber crimes shows no signs of slowing... Read More

23 NYCRR 500 Regulation

Four years ago, the New York Department of Financial Services created guidelines regarding the Cyber Security of Financial Services Companies, which... Read More

Financial Services Firm to Pay $3MM for Exposing Data in Cyber Breaches

A New York-based securities brokerage and insurance firm will pay a $3 million penalty to the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) for... Read More