January 2020 – Newsletter, Phishing IQ

The number one threat to your corporate network these days is email which looks real but are crafted to entice you to respond, click, or download something.  These emails usually are current looking, urgent in nature, and play against our fear of something being wrong, personally or professionally. These emails fall under the heading of…

December 2019 – Newsletter, RetailMeNot

RetailMeNot is a leading savings destination influencing customer purchase decisions through the power of savings. Available on desktop as well as through a mobile app that can also be used in-store, RetailMeNot connects partners with an active and engaged audience of shoppers, driving growth for brands internationally. RetailMeNot delivers mobile coupons and codes, cash back…

December 2019 – Newsletter, Windows 7

Although it should be apparent by now, this is the final reminder concerning Microsoft’s announcement concerning ending support for this operating system.  If you still have not made arrangements to upgrade your equipment or replace your equipment running Windows 7 there is one alternative still available to ensure machines running this operating system are still…

Adobe: Security Breach

The U.S. multinational computer software company Adobe has recently suffered a serious security breach exposing the user records’ database that belongs to the company’s Creative Cloud service. The Adobe Creative Cloud or Adobe CC is a subscription service giving users, estimated around 15 million, access to the company’s full suite of popular creative software for…

Hackers: Now Attacking Android Users

Researchers have uncovered a new kind of “advanced” phishing attack specifically targeting Android users. The spoofing attack will trick users into installing malicious settings on their devices that are disguised as innocuous network configuration updates. Any phone running Android can be targeted, but cybersecurity firm Check Point Research has found the attacks to be most…