cyber attacks

June 12, 2018
cyber security

The need for a low-maintenance endpoint management and response solution

MSSPs often look for ways in which they can expand their services in order to increase their revenues and keep up with customer demand. One way
May 16, 2018
HIPAA compliance

Security and Compliance in Healthcare Organizations

Ensuring Healthy Endpoint As a healthcare organization continues to improve treatment and patient care with new technologies, hackers look to exploit the vulnerabilities that come along
April 20, 2018
compliance

How to Ensure Compliance in an Organization

The Case for Clientless Endpoint Visibility and Management The biggest and most confounding challenge in enforcing corporate and regulatory compliance in any organization lies at the
October 30, 2017
bad rabbit

Endpoint Security When Ransomware is Rampant

The latest ransomware campaign has been targeting companies in Russia and Eastern Europe. The ransomware virus, called “Bad Rabbit,” was first detected on October 24th when
October 10, 2017
security

Yahoo Breach Gets Bigger, Showing Need for Endpoint Software

Verizon Communications, which acquired Yahoo earlier this year, recently revealed that all user email accounts have been compromised by hackers. Originally, Yahoo believed that only one
September 26, 2017
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) headquarters

Cyber Attacks on Government Agencies Show Need Endpoint Management

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission displayed how vulnerable government agencies are to cyberattacks when it disclosed last week that hackers had breached its database. The
July 7, 2014

Better Communication is Needed for Better Endpoint Protection

When it comes to security, specifically endpoint security, most organizations don’t fully have a grasp on the importance of it and how they need to be
July 11, 2014

Forbes Article: Hacking Gets Physical: Utilities At Risk For Cyber Attacks

Imagine this: Your city has been out of electricity for a full day because the power grid is being held ransom by an international group of
July 11, 2014

InfoSecurity Article: Malware Siphons the ‘Brains’ of Shipping Companies in Sophisticated Supply Chain Attack

Likely Chinese in origin, Zombie Zero malware arrives via trojanized peripherals and exfiltrates full situational data. A highly sophisticated, polymorphic, and advanced persistent malware dubbed “Zombie
July 14, 2014

Corporate Endpoint Security Concerns

Mobile devices are functional and convenient, which makes people want to use them at home and at work. Employees will use their personal mobile devices for
July 21, 2014

Utility Companies at Risk for Attacks

Earlier this month, cybersecurity researchers discovered that Russian hackers have been targeting Western energy companies and investment firms, according to Bloomberg Businessweek. In 2010, the American
August 4, 2014

The Key to Managing Passwords

From online banking to cloud storage, the Internet makes daily life easier. Still, one inconvenience for people is memorizing dozens of username and password combinations. Microsoft
August 11, 2014

Aerospace Communications Could be Vulnerable to Attacks

The long lines to get through the airport’s TSA might have you feeling safe (or disgruntled,) but a research paper revealed that airline communications equipment may
August 13, 2014

Is Any Press Good Press?

You’ve heard the old saying that even bad press is good press.  American showman P. T. Barnum (1810-1891) is often credited for that infamous quote, promoting