It's official, the US is now considering ransomware attacks equivalent to terrorism when it comes to investigative priority. Not surprising given the rise in successful attacks against critical targets supporting infrastructure in the
Ownership, accountability, and by extension, liability. It's time to talk about all of these concepts when it comes to ransomware and the digital pandemic sweeping the globe. It is no longer good enough
The Microsoft Exchange vulnerability debacle, which has been reported on to extensively by The Hacker News, Krebs on Security, Threat Post, and others does not seem to be going away any time soon.
ArsTechnica reports on yet another cable company, Mediacom, doing their best to act like the corporate bully with a monopoly they are. Mediacom is yet another cable company that puts caps on their
From the US District Attorney’s Northern District of Texas Office – We learned this past week that insider threats are still a serious risk to organizations and their customers. A technician
Jack Wallen over at TechRepublic has a new though provoking article out about why Microsoft should replace it’s Windows core with Linux. Basically, the argument goes that if Microsoft is intent