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POS Malware Attack

POS Malware Attacks at Minnesota-Based POS Firm

May 23rd, 2019 | By

Point-of-Sale (POS) systems attract hackers due to the significant rich source of financial gains they can possibly achieve. Some hackers found ways to successfully exploit a POS firm that further targeted over 130 locations. A POS firm based out in Minnesota suffered a cybe...

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Enterprise Security Solution

How An Enterprise Security Solution Will Help You

May 17th, 2019 | By

Enterprise Security Solution: Introduction More and more people are now relying on cloud-based technologies. Most of us upload and save their files on the cloud every now and then. Some companies still rely on their existing equipment. This scenario poses some risks. An ente...

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RUDY

How To Protect Yourself From RUDY?

May 15th, 2019 | By

There was a time when 56kbps modems were the trend in technology. Using these old school modems refers to dial-up connections. Remember how slow the internet connection at that time? You get the same experience when you fall victim to RUDY’s attack. RUDY is an acronym that s...

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Data Security Tips

6 Ways To Ensure Data Protection

May 13th, 2019 | By

Data is a critical resource for businesses of any size; it is therefore vital to strengthen data security. Data is transferred across multiple channels through the internet and becomes vulnerable to online data breaches. Data Security is critical to ensure protection of impo...

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How To Prevent DDOS Attack

What is Denial of Service Attack?

May 4th, 2019 | By

Distributed Denial of Service in short is commonly called DDoS. This is a type of cyberattack that weaves in a combination of sophisticated and dynamic attack methods to evade internet-facing devices. It attempts to load the normal traffic of the victim server or business ne...

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Zero day Vulnerability

Effective Ways Of Stopping Zero-day Vulnerabilities

May 2nd, 2019 | By

An Introduction To Zero day Vulnerability Stuxnet is a computer worm that affected the computers in Iran’s nuclear plant Natanz back in 2010. This malware exploited a zero day vulnerability in Windows at that time. It affected computers controlling the centrifuges of the nuc...

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Point Of Sale Security

Point Of Sale Security Guide

April 15th, 2019 | By

Point Of Sale Security Guide Introduction North Country Business Products, Inc. was a recent target of a cyber attack according to Fox 10 news. Their business partners fell victim to a data breach. The attack started between January 3 and January 24, 2019. The attack stole t...

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POS Malware

How To Defend Against Pos Malware Attacks

April 8th, 2019 | By

Introduction What do BlackPOS, Backoff, and Bernhard POS have something in common? They are all notorious POS malware. So how does malware work? POS malware will scan for active processes in your computer’s memory or RAM. It will then scrape or extract information out of the...

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Application Containerization

All You Need To Know About Application Containerization

April 3rd, 2019 | By

Introduction In today’s business setup, you can see people bringing their own electronic devices at work. People use their own laptops, tablets, and smartphones to do work. This is what a BYOD or “Bring Your Own Device” environment looks like. This kind of work environment i...

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Benefits of Application Whitelisting

The Benefits Of Application Whitelisting 

April 1st, 2019 | By

The Benefits Of Application Whitelisting  Introduction  Have you ever been in an event where you can’t enter because your name is not on the list of participants? You forgot to register in your excitement to attend this event. This scenario is very similar in concept to appl...

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