Towerwall’s Candy Alexander Receives 2014 ISSA Award for “Hall of Fame”

By Michelle Drolet . 28 Oct 2014

We are proud to announce that our own Candy Alexander will receive the ISSA “Hall of Fame” Award. See below for more information: Honoree to be Recognized Among RSA Founders at ISSA International Conference on Oct. 22 in Orlando BOSTON, MA–(Marketwired – Oct 9, 2014) –  Towerwall (www.towerwall.com), an IT security services provider for small … Continue reading Towerwall’s Candy Alexander Receives 2014 ISSA Award for “Hall of Fame”

More Devices, More Problems.

By Michelle Drolet . 6 Oct 2014

Check out this infographic for the numbers behind BYOD.

Firefox 32.0 fixes holes, shakes out some old SSL certs, introduces certificate pinning

By Michelle Drolet . 3 Sep 2014

by Paul Ducklin on September 3, 2014   Yesterday was Firefox’s most recent Fortytwosday(updates come out every 42 days, on Tuesdays, in a nod to Douglas Adams), bringing us to Firefox 32.0. For those who like to keep their feature set behind the leading edge, yet stay on top of security fixes, there’s also ESR 24.8 and ESR 31.1. ESR is short for Extended Support … Continue reading Firefox 32.0 fixes holes, shakes out some old SSL certs, introduces certificate pinning

10 Things I Know About Social Engineering

By Michelle Drolet . 2 Sep 2014

10. Don’t trust uniforms. Wearing shirts with company logos on them can be enough to gain access to restricted areas. Verify that visitors really are who they say they are. 9. ID caller from IT. If you receive a call offering IT support for a problem you didn’t know you had, get suspicious. That’s probably … Continue reading 10 Things I Know About Social Engineering

Towerwall Application Security Alert Vol 13.73

By Michelle Drolet . 6 Aug 2014

1.2 billion logins scooped up by CyberVor hacking crew – what you need to do   Hackers have amassed a vast collection of stolen data, including 1.2 billion unique username/password pairs, by compromising over 420,000 websites using SQL injection techniques. Researchers monitored the gang for over seven months, thought to be “fewer than a dozen men … Continue reading Towerwall Application Security Alert Vol 13.73

Test All Apps to Keep Hackers from Penetrating Castle Walls

By Michelle Drolet . 23 Jul 2014

Four major challenges when protecting apps and how to solve them Despite all the news about hackers infiltrating major corporations, most businesses continue to leave themselves woefully unprotected. Some surveys estimate more than 70% of businesses perform vulnerability tests on less than 10% of their cloud, mobile and web applications. A majority also confess they … Continue reading Test All Apps to Keep Hackers from Penetrating Castle Walls

Towerwall Security/Malware Alert Vol 13.72

By Michelle Drolet . 22 Jul 2014

When an international law enforcement action earlier this month knocked out theGameover botnet, one happy consequence was the takedown of the servers that the CryptoLocker ransomware needed in order to do its dirty work. Well, any celebration over CryptoLocker’s demise is certainly premature – encrypting ransomware is alive and well. With many victims paying up, ransomware is a … Continue reading Towerwall Security/Malware Alert Vol 13.72

CryptoLocker ransomware – learn what it is and how to prevent it

By Michelle Drolet . 1 Jul 2014

A new ransomware program, known as Cryptolocker, was identified recently. Ransomware can freeze your computer and ask you to pay a fee, but this malicious ransomware does more than just that. (You can use a anti-virus tool to remove the virus.) Cryptolocker is different from other ransomware due to the fact that it allows your … Continue reading CryptoLocker ransomware – learn what it is and how to prevent it

Towerwall Security/Malware Alert Vol 13.71

By Michelle Drolet . 1 Jul 2014

GameOver Zeus P2P Malware Original release date: June 02, 2014 Systems Affected Microsoft Windows 95, 98, Me, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, and 8 Microsoft Server 2003, Server 2008, Server 2008 R2, and Server 2012 Overview GameOver Zeus (GOZ), a peer-to-peer (P2P) variant of the Zeus family of bank credential-stealing malware identified in September 2011, [1] … Continue reading Towerwall Security/Malware Alert Vol 13.71

Towerwall and MassBay Host Another Successful Information Security Summit

By Michelle Drolet . 13 Jun 2014

Towerwall teamed up with MassBay Community College on May 29 to present the second annual Information Security Summit at MassBay’s Wellesley Hills campus from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Over 250 individuals attended the Summit where they interacted with industry experts and participated in various security panel discussions. After a presentation on the “Anatomy of a … Continue reading Towerwall and MassBay Host Another Successful Information Security Summit

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