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Ransomware attacks Dentists Offices

Ransomware attacks Dentists Offices

Ransomware attacks Dentists Offices An online data backup service called DDS Safe that archives medical records, charts, insurance documents, and other personal information for dentist offices were attacked with an extremely advanced and fairly recent strain known...

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LookBack Malware Targets Utilities Companies

LookBack Malware Targets Utilities Companies

LookBack looks to shutdown US Utilities The U.S. utilities sector is starting to see higher levels of spearphishing attacks using “LookBack” malware.  According to a security researcher, spear phishing email campaigns have been identified containing the malware...

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Video Conferencing Vulnerability

Video Conferencing Vulnerability

Zoom Vulnerability A major security vulnerability was recently discovered that affects all Mac users who have used Zoom video conferencing. This vulnerability also affects RingCentral users, as RingCentral white labels their video conferencing with Zoom. This allows...

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HR and IT; How to Hire and Fire

HR and IT; How to Hire and Fire

Imagine this An employee comes into work, goes to log-in at his workstation only to be alerted that his password is incorrect. His email isn’t coming through on his phone. He walks to his boss’s office to notify him of the issue.  He was going to be let go. Except the...

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Phishing Emails Disguised as Office365 File Deletion Emails

Phishing Emails Disguised as Office365 File Deletion Emails

Threat Level: High A recently-discovered phishing scam pretending to be from the "Office 365 Team" is trying to trick users into their log-in credentials. The alert notifies the user of an unusual volume of file deletions and urges users to review the activity. When...

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Intel chip flaw presents vulnerability from “Zombieload”

Intel chip flaw presents vulnerability from “Zombieload”

Threat Level: High Intel announced last week, in what seemed to be a busy week for bugs, a critical flaw in their processors dating back to 2011. The flaw is linked to the processor's “zombie load” function, giving it its name. Zombie load occurs when a computer...

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Office365 is not a Disaster Recovery Plan

Office365 is not a Disaster Recovery Plan

Disaster recovery plans are vital, not just important. Data becomes lost, deleted, purged, corrupted, all the time. Without that measure in place, data is truly lost. There does seem to be confusion on what constitutes a Disaster Recovery plan, however. While many...

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Microsoft Warns of a “Monster” Computer Bug

Microsoft Warns of a “Monster” Computer Bug

Microsoft has announced a vulnerability found in older versions of its Windows Operating Systems. The affected systems include Windows 7, Windows 2003, Windows XP, and Server 2008. This unusual step for Microsoft, patching outdated systems, really hints at the...

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