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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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Microsoft leaks information about ‘wormable’ flaw before releasing patch

Microsoft accidentally leaked information about a security update for a vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2020-0796, which reportedly should have been disclosed as part of Patch Tuesday. This is a ‘wormable’ pre-auth

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Sodinokibi announces new data leak blog

The Sodinokibi (REvil) ransomware operators have launched a blog on which they plan to leak data stolen from victims who do not pay ransom demands. Affiliates are being asked to

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Podcast: Part 2 – Cybersecurity In The Age Of COVID-19 Featuring our CISO Chris Roberts

In this episode we talk with experts at Johns Hopkins in pulmonology and critical care, as well as public health awareness. Additionally, we bring back our resident experts in cybersecurity,

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Podcast: Part 1 – Cybersecurity In The Age Of COVID-19 Featuring our very own Mary Beth Borgwing

With the recently reported hack attempt on HHS systems, we gather with some of the leading experts in cybersecurity. CyberClans Chief Strategy Officer, Mary Beth Borgwing is featured in this

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