Ransomware is only getting worse. How do you prepare for it?

By Michelle Drolet . 4 Feb 2016

Ransomware-as-a-service, help desks, third parties — all point to a mature yet illegal enterprise undergoing serious growth. Here are tips to protect yourself and your company.   Ransomware is big business. Over the last few years we’ve observed the steady rise of ransomware, with some trepidation. It is fast becoming a multi-billion dollar business, and … Continue reading Ransomware is only getting worse. How do you prepare for it?

5 Information Security Trends for 2016

By Michelle Drolet . 20 Jan 2016

Online security trends continue to evolve. This year, online extortion will become more prevalent. We also expect that at least one consumer-grade IoT smart device failure will be lethal.  Ransomware will make further inroads, since the majority go unreported. China will drive mobile malware growth to 20M, and cybercrime legislation will take a significant step … Continue reading 5 Information Security Trends for 2016

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The Worst Hacks of 2015

By Michelle Drolet . 5 Jan 2016

Hacking and data breaches weren’t just the norm, but they reached far and wide, hitting victims of all kinds, from regular consumers, to government employees, and even children and cheaters. It seemed like no one was spared. The Worst Hacks of 2015…drum roll please! Israel Government Allegedly Hacks Kaspersky Lab The Massive Breach at OPM, … Continue reading The Worst Hacks of 2015

How to keep cybercriminals out of your apps

By Michelle Drolet . 27 Feb 2015

Four ways to implement and maintain security testing.   Cybercriminals had a fantastic time in 2014 – breaching major retailers such as Home Depot and Kmart, major financial institutions (notably JPMorgan Chase), and a slew of smaller companies. Indeed, cybercrimes are growing more common, more costly, and taking longer to resolve. Those are among the key … Continue reading How to keep cybercriminals out of your apps

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