The E-Skimming Outbreak

The E-Skimming Outbreak

Spam, ransomware, and malware continue to haunt organizations, but bad actors are always cooking up new spins on these tried-and-true methods. In the latest scheme of malware threats, e-skimming is growing at a rapid pace. E-skimming is a type of malware that infects...
Iran Cyber Attack Warning

Iran Cyber Attack Warning

Rising tensions between the United States and Iran could inspire Iran to launch cyber attacks against U.S. infrastructure. Following the January 2, 2020 U.S. strike in Iraq that killed Iranian IRGC-Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani, the U.S. Department of Homeland...
Municipality Ransomware

Municipality Ransomware

In the month of July, The Identify Theft Resource Center identified 110 data breaches. Of which, over 106 million records were exposed across the financial, business, education, government, and health care sectors. Whether you were affected by these breaches or not,...
Email Hyjacking

Email Hyjacking

This could happen to you You regularly handle proprietary financial information for your organization. Investors, clients, and potential partnerships trust your word and advice which you often communicate via email. You’ve recently started noticing something a bit...
Supply Chain Hacking

Supply Chain Hacking

No matter how robust your internal cybersecurity strategy is, your supply chain could be your weakest [and most costly] link. In a new string of targeted attacks, attackers will target the most vulnerable part of a supply chain to reach their intended victim. This...
Cyber Scammers Will Rub Salt on the Wounded

Cyber Scammers Will Rub Salt on the Wounded

A couple weeks ago, Hurricane Dorian struck and devastated our friends in the south. After natural disasters like Hurricane Dorian, cyber scams often target people who are in need or looking to help those in need. Many affected victims need to get their homes cleaned...