Your Employees’ User Names & Passwords are Floating Around on The DarkWeb…Now What???
You must protect your assets by avoiding the most common password mistakes to protect your employee information from finding its way to the DarkWeb.
For most of us,
The First Rule of Cybersecurity Is Update Your Software
By Steve Rosenbush – The Wall Street Journal
There’s no easy way to make IT infrastructure fully secure from cyberattacks. But there’s an easy way to avoid a good many of the biggest threats that companies face.
Defeat Zero-Day Exploits BEFORE they Become a Breach
Each Zero-day combating security patch issued by Oracle, Microsoft, IBM, Apache or any software developer starts a relay race. One team is the malicious hackers who exploit new flaws to steal valuable data or take control of an important process.
Cyberlitica Found Your Employees’ User Names & Passwords Floating Around on The DarkWeb…Now What???
You must protect your assets by avoiding the most common password mistakes to protect your employee information.
For most of us, the use of internet-based services is a huge part of our everyday lives.
Hackers are craftier than ever, pilfering PII piecemeal so bad actors can combine data to set up schemes to defraud medical practices, steal military secrets and hijack R&D product information.
Create a Repository of the Stolen Data
Hackers start by taking an inventory of what was stolen.
iPhish Rebrands Under Cyberlitica, Launches New DARK WEB Audit Applications For The Enterprise
Cyberlitica Offers a New Workforce Threat Intelligence Application is Meeting Demand for Preventing Extortion, Ransomware and Data Breaches
New York, NY—May 4, 2018: iPhish.co
the leading provider of outsourced cyber awareness training,
The agenda for the annual Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) conference, held last week, included a good mix of session topics covering electronic health records (EHRs), advancement of medical devices and health IT, and interoperability of systems and applications to exchange patient data.…
New York State DFS is Coming After Your Brokerage License
The First NYS Depart. of Financial Services (DFS) Transition Period Comes to an End August 28, 2017
On February 16, 2017, the New York State Department of Financial Services (“DFS”) published final cybersecurity regulations establishing a rigorous,
Five Reasons Hackers are Targeting SMBs
by Steve Nice – 06/15/2017 – “Five Reasons Hackers are Targeting SMBs”
Larger organizations dominate the headlines when it comes to cybercrime, but it is the small and medium-sized business (SMBs) that are becoming the primary targets and are bearing the brunt of most attacks.