Ficker Malware Tricks People To Get Their Passwords

Jiri Kropac, the head of ESET's Threat Detection Labs, recently reported a new malware campaign to be aware of. This one is a bit different in terms of methodology. Hackers most commonly ...

New Devices May Not Use Default Passwords

You know how, when you buy a new router to set up a home network, it comes with a default password like 'Admin,' which you have to remember to change? If you ...

Hackers Might Guess Your Passwords Easier Than You Thought

Password security has long been a thorn in the side of cybersecurity Professionals. It's easy enough to understand why. Passwords are inconvenient from the ...

Hackers Are Using Legitimate Google Services To Wreak Havoc

The Microsoft 365 Defender Threat Intelligence Team recently issued a dire warning that every IT support professional should take seriously. They've discovered an ...

Watch Out For Vaccine Survey Phishing Emails

Scammers have found a new way to take advantage of people, so be on your guard for phishing emails. The U.S. Department of Justice ...

Cryptomining Worm Botnet Seeking And Attacking Vulnerable Devices

There's a new cryptomining worm threat to be aware of, and it's making the lives of cybersecurity Administrators who manage Windows and Linux environments ...

Employees Keeping Your Data Safe? Don’t Count On It

One morning late last year, an unemployed man was making his way across London, heading to the library to continue his ...

Powering Security at the Speed of the Business

Why the FortiGate Next-Generation Firewall Is at the Apex of the Industry Executive Overview Stolen data fuels a highly profitable cyber-crime economy, one where ...

What are Co-Managed IT Services?

Businesses generally consider three options when determining IT solutions. Generally, there is an internal team or sometimes one employee that is tasked ...

Firmware Attacks May Be The Next Big cybersecurity Issue

Most businesses are getting better at guarding against malware attacks and other cybersecurity threats. We still hear about successful attacks far too often, but companies are undeniably getting better at defending against ...