How to Protect Company Data When an Employee Leaves

September 10th, 2021

Ensure that your company data is protected whether your employees leave voluntarily or involuntarily.
Cybersecurity health is significantly affected by malicious insider threats. These include former employees who take classified or sensitive information with them when they leave.

T-Mobile’s Customers’ Private Information Compromised

August 20th, 2021

T-Mobile discovered on August 17th that over 40 million current, former, and prospective customers’ private information had been compromised. They are still in the process of investigating the extent of the breach but confirmed that their clients’ personal information was accessed and stolen.

How a Ransomware Attack Devastated a Man’s Businesses

If your business is hit with ransomware, it is unexpected and shocking.  A ransomware attack is not something that people constantly think about and always assume it can never happen to them. According to Varonis, nearly 56% of organizations reported a ransomware attack in 20191. When a business experiences a ransomware attack, it always comes with financial loss, business interruptions, and a lot of frustration.

Major Law Firm Hit by Ransomware

Another ransomware attack makes headlines, this time in the legal professional services industry.  Law firms of all sizes are high-profile targets for cybercriminals.

Campbell Conroy & O'Neil, a major law firm, whose clients include Ford, Boeing, Johnson & Johnson, Exxon, and Walgreens was victimized by ransomware.

Did Your Boss Send that Email?

According to studies performed by the Anti-Phishing Working Group, business email compromise scams (BEC) are increasingly prevalent. BEC is a tactic in which cybercriminals impersonate a figure of authority in the company, such as the CEO, and request an action item or information which can result in leaking sensitive information or financial loss.

Impact of a Cyberattack on Small Businesses

Despite the recent chain of cyberattacks targeting critical infrastructures, a lot of small businesses think it can never happen to them. Most small business owners assume cyber targets are high profile or large businesses, such as the Colonial Pipeline.