April

Removing Ransomware: How to Regain Access to Your Devices

It’s a seemingly normal day. You’re in the rabbit hole of researching a fascinating new topic and then something happens. A warning message pops up on your computer, stating it has been locked.

Frantically, you press keys […]

2018-11-17T23:14:15+00:00 24 Apr 2018|

Mobile Banking Security: Banks Apps Are the Most Vulnerable to Hacking

Banking apps provide you with a wealth of convenient features. You can check your balance whenever you want to avoid those pesky overdraft fees; you can deposit checks and some apps even allow you to send money to […]

2018-11-17T23:14:15+00:00 17 Apr 2018|

Cryptomining Could Bests Ransomware as Largest Security Threat

Malwarebytes reports there have been 80,000 spyware detections between January and March of 2018, representing a significant security threat for companies who are trying to protect their data.

While spyware continues to be a digital thorn […]

2018-11-17T23:14:15+00:00 10 Apr 2018|

Researchers find ransomware can infect and control robots

If hacking into your emails isn’t bad enough, your company’s robotics could go plum loco under robot ransomware.

Security researchers with IOActive discovered vulnerabilities with two different robots. In each instance, the ransomware stopped […]

2018-11-17T23:14:15+00:00 2 Apr 2018|