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RANSOMWARE AND CRYPTO-VIRUSES II

Our last blog discussed crypto-wall ransomware and what can be done about it. Since then we have seen several companies that have been impacted by a new variant of crypto-wall that has more potential to get into environments than previous versions. Crypto-wall is on the rise and it is imperative that your company takes the […]Read More


BUSINESS WIRELESS

More and more companies and devices are moving toward wireless networking. Wireless networks can increase productivity and can be used as a cost-effective alternative to running cable to new areas of a building as the company grows Since wireless networks can be picked up without needing physical connections into the network, it is important that […]Read More


WORKING AT YOUR JOB REMOTELY, CONVENIENT BUT HOW SAFE IS IT?

Working remotely means that more security is required to protect your data. All information transmitted across the internet has a potential to be attacked by hackers. Laptops and other mobile devices are often used on unsecure public networks, such as in cafes or hotels. At a minimum, any computer or laptop that connects to the company […]Read More


Russian cyber-attack targets routers and modems across the globe

The FBI has recently released a Public Service Announcement about Russian malware targeting several brands of routers including Linksys, Mikrotik, netgear, QNAP, TP-Link and others. This attack has compromised hundreds of thousands of routers worldwide. The malware is able to collect information, exploit devices, block network traffic and cause other problems with the routers that […]Read More