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Incidentally in the News: Russian Hacking of Vaccine Research

Russians are potentially the perpetrators of widespread malware attacks on healthcare organizations, pharmaceutical companies, and university research programs working on finding a vaccine for the global coronavirus pandemic. Today we

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CyberClan announces key executive hires and expands global team

CyberClan announces key executive hires, as well as an expanding global team as the company continues to grow exponentially in 2020 TORONTO, July 15, 2020 — CyberClan, a global leader in end-to-end

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Incidentally in the News: Twitter Breach and EU Data Privacy Challenge

Twitter has been breached in an unprecedented hack of a Social Media platform, and the EU top court just invalidated an agreement between the US and the UK on data

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Podcast: Phishing and Its Dangers to Your Security with CyberClan’s own Bryan McNeil and Joseph Serrano

EPISODE SUMMARY Phishing may seem like a familiar old topic in cybersecurity but it still remains a large threat to your business. In this episode we go back to the

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Podcast: Data Privacy in a COVID World with John Merchant, John Mullen and Rob Rosenzweig

 Cybersecurity is a broad and complex industry, cyber insurance is an area that a lot of people are still trying to understand. In this episode we talk with breach

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Zero-day, Zero-click exploit for iOS devices

Recently CyberClan became aware of a new zero-day, zero-click exploit for iOS devices, this time hidden within the built-in mail app. A zero-click attack means that the end-user does not

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The Covid-19 Crisis & Cyber Security

The Covid-19 crisis is having a significant effect on the economy and businesses globally. With the World Health Organisation declaring a pandemic, President Trump is implementing a 30-day travel ban

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End of life for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2

Microsoft Ending Support for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 – January 2020 As we prepare for the holidays, businesses need to prepare for a huge change is support

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Ransom Reassurance

Just the thought of the word RANSOM may send “Techies” into a cold sweat… TO PAY OR NOT TO PAY! According to recent studies, the actual “cost” of a ransom

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Darknet review – March 2020

February has been a relatively active month on the darknet, as previously persistent DDoS attacks have subsided. The dominant view is that these DDoS attacks were carried out by the

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