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Category: Cybersecurity

Bad Rabbit Ransomware

Bad Rabbit Ransomware Cyberattack Alert

Homeland Security Issues Warning on Latest Ransomware The U.S. government has issued a warning about a new ransomware attack, dubbed Bad Rabbit, that rapidly spread through Russia and the Ukraine […]

Bitlocker Encryption

BitLocker: The Only Safe Harbor for Data Breach

Encrypt Your Confidential Data It’s very important for business owners to realize that when their employees travel, their organization’s confidential data goes with them. When you get out of your […]

Independence Day Resurgence

Ransomware Steals Independence Day

In the fight to protect customers from cybercrime, ransomware attacks are considered especially heinous. This post is based upon true events. Any names, dates, and locations have been changed to protect […]

Promising Technology

Office 365 External Message Notice

Virtually everyone is coming to the realization that e-mail is the highest legal, financial, productivity, and security risk application in use today. At some point, you get fooled or you’re not […]

Ransomware Easy Prey

Ransomware Reaches Epidemic Proportions

Ransomware Epidemic Ransomware is a type of malware that is covertly installed on a computer without knowledge or intention of the user. Ransomware restricts access to the infected computer system by encrypting data and demands that […]

Shields Up

Top 5 Active Directory Best Practices

Prescriptive guidance about Active Directory hasn’t generally been updated since the January 21, 2005 TechNet Active Directory Best Practices article. Some of the legacy information no longer applies, but we see many of the basics being […]

Windows Server 2012

Windows Server 2012 Web Licensing

Before Windows Server 2012, there was an actual Windows Web Server 2008 edition. For years, many people mistakenly thought you had to license web users when running a Windows web […]