Securty7 Networks has PERSONALLY seen an uptick in ransomware attacks, and we're not alone. Security professionals around the globe are facing the same issues.
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Your day couldn't be going worse. Someone in the office clicked on a link they shouldn't have. Now the entire network is compromised with Ransomware. Your cybersecurity hygiene practices weren't the best, to begin with. You haven't been doing what you should be doing. Your data wasn't backed up, and you can't restore your end-points. The only option left is to pay the attacker's ransom and unlock your data. Things couldn't get worse, right?
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Not every cyber-attack is a large scale data breach or ransomware attack. Even the average computer user is liable to encounter some sort of cyber-kerfluffle during their lifetime.
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Are you still working from home? That's probably a silly question, of course, you are. Most everybody is still working from home. If you're anything like the rest of us you've probably noticed intermittent internet issues. I know I have. When the pandemic first started, and everyone was stuck indoors, my internet took a NOSEDIVE. Everybody was online, streaming God knows what, trying to use business applications over residential connections.
Topics: Covid-19 Work from Home Pandemic
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Last week we posted a blog article regarding the ZeroLogon exploit, or CVE-2020-1472. At the time there were no documented attacks leveraging the exploit. That's changed.
Topics: CVE-2020-1472 ZeroLogon
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The IoT isn't the safest place, all-things-considered. Hacked cameras, hacked appliances, hacked video game consoles, and worst of all, hacked cellphones.
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Last week Jay Smith gave a wonderful presentation for the fine folks over at Collective 54. We thought you might want to watch! You can check out the video using this link.