Has CoVid proven asynchronous video messaging is enterprise ready?

asynchronous video messaging

CoVid-19 has upended, well, pretty much everything. There’s a decade’s worth of reading on all the ways it has impacted our lives, both large and small; there will be more to come. That said, not everything it has revealed or impacted is necessarily bad — those favoring flexible working arrangements now have ample evidence it really can be done at … Read More

Why IT stability is the mother of productivity (and how to get it)

IT Stability

Labor productivity is higher than it has ever been before. This is great news for business owners as well as for retail investors, because it means the American economy is growing overall. Many things contribute to these productivity gains, from better workplace management and collaboration tools to the overarching influx of technology that simplifies tasks, automates repetition, and massively increases … Read More

iSCSI vulnerability reveals another avenue hackers are exploiting

There’s seemingly no end to the avenues for hackers to penetrate protected systems. From simple (yet dishearteningly still effective) email phishing to DDoS overloads to high-complexity malware/ransomware custom-built for specific targets, hackers are becoming ever more effective and creative in gaining access to sensitive systems. But the first line of defense is still your employees, and in a recent snafu, … Read More

The skinny on LockerGoga, a terrifying new ransomware variant

We’ve seen all manner of ransomware in the last decade. From innocuous varieties to the devastating ones, ransomware is one of the largest (and growing) threat vectors for cybersecurity teams (or managed service providers if you outsource that sort of thing). One of the newest iterations on the scene, with a terrifying wrinkle, is called ‘LockerGoga’ — here’s what it … Read More

Triton is the rare malware that can cause physical harm (and even death)

When we think of cyberattacks, we tend to think in digital terms. It’s typically digital tools that gain access to digital systems that hackers then use to their assorted nefarious ends — whether that be ransom, blackmail or anarchic destruction. Often the data stolen is digital itself, the demands are presented digitally, and if assets of one kind or another … Read More

Executive phishing — the newest security threat sweeping the nation

In any enterprise, keeping your team abreast of the newest and most nefarious security threats is paramount to both operations as well as your bottom line. According to IBM’s ‘Cost of Data Breach Study‘, “the global average cost of a data breach is up 6.4 percent over the previous year to $3.86 million. The average cost for each lost or … Read More

7 New Year’s resolutions to keep your company’s data safe

In our first post of 2019, we laid out 4 areas of cybersecurity threats to watch out for in 2019; but telling you about threats isn’t enough to help you combat the malicious actors out there, so we also promised some New Year’s resolutions to help. So, here you are: 7 resolutions to help keep you digitally safe in 2019: … Read More

4 cybersecurity threats to watch out for in 2019

2019 hacking threats

2018 saw a glut of cybersecurity disasters at some of the highest levels of industry and government. From the ~$10 billion NotPetya debacle to Marriott’s 500-million-guest-record theft (which actually started in 2014 and lasted 4 full years, to be fair), it was a banner year for digital criminals. This dangerous environment has cybersecurity as a top item on a lot of … Read More