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The State of K-12 Cybersecurity: 2019 Year in Review...

By Carl Keyser on Apr 2, 2020 8:00:00 AM

The world's upside down right now, and people are really at their wits end. It's hard to find any normalcy in our day to day lives. Especially if you're working from home AND you have your kids there with you.

Topics: Ransomware Schools Breached
1 min read

Scammers Leveraging Covid-19 Confusion to Take Advantage of People

By Carl Keyser on Mar 26, 2020 1:08:22 PM

Scammers are legitimately trying to take advantage of people online during the Covid-19 crisis.

Topics: Phishing Social Engineering, Coronavirus Covid-19
7 min read

7 Ways to Work from Home Productively

By Carl Keyser on Mar 25, 2020 9:45:49 AM

I assume many of you reading this are like me. You're working from home in the shadow of an international pandemic. 43 million Americans, coast to coast, are in the same boat as us. They're having just as hard a time dealing with the crisis as you or I.

Topics: Coronavirus Covid-19 Work from Home
2 min read

Covid-19: Security7 Networks Update

By Carl Keyser on Mar 16, 2020 2:30:00 PM

Security7/Covid-19 Related News:

We wanted to take a minute and let you know how Security7 Networks plans to operate in regards to the Covid-19 pandemic:

Topics: Coronavirus Covid-19 Security7
9 min read

Covid-19: How to Stay Healthy

By Carl Keyser on Mar 16, 2020 10:30:42 AM

This isn't the type of article I ever thought I'd be posting here on the Security7 Networks blog. We talk about computer viruses, the digital kind, not actual real-world pathogens. So, writing about Covid-19 and its impact on everyone is relatively novel to me.

Topics: Coronavirus Covid-19
2 min read

CVE-2020-0688: Patch Your Exchange Server(s)

By Carl Keyser on Mar 5, 2020 1:53:22 PM

Just when you thought Coronavirus was all you had to worry about, there's a new Microsoft Exchange Server exploit!

Topics: Microsoft CVE Exchange CVE-2020-0688
2 min read

Facial Recognition Company Clearview AI was Hacked

By Carl Keyser on Feb 27, 2020 2:08:02 PM

Facial recognition technology is pretty groovy stuff. It allows the software to scan a face (via things like a picture or video) and compare that face to a collection of faces in a database. It can be used in a variety of applications (think goofy Snapchat filters) but notably biometric security (think unlocking your phone).

Topics: Facial Recognition