The FBI has been scrambling recently to contain the latest manifestation of a devastating malware attack commonly known as “ransomware.” Schools, hospitals and businesses are often the target. But what is this latest malware, and what can your organization do about it?
Of the many high-profile data breaches that have occurred recently, one of the latest happened in January at the University of Central Florida when a hacker gained access to more than 60,000 Social Security numbers of current and former students and administrators.
The new school year is coming, which can often mean new computers for you and your children. This can be an exciting time, but it can also go very bad if you don’t take the right precautionary steps up front.
There has never been a more crucial time to be cautious while on the Internet. Reports come in every day about the latest victims of phishing emails. It is of upmost importance that you and your business are aware of these scams, as they could end up stealing fortunes from your pockets or sometimes even worse – proprietary, confidential data.