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How to Recover Data from a Dead Laptop – 2 Proven Methods

Using the Cloud for backing up your data has many advantages over using an On Premises solution (also known as on “On-Prem”). Some of these benefits are as follows: No need to purchase an existing infrastructure; High levels of scalability; Greater levels of protection; Tremendous cost savings; No more tape backups. Now, that you have everything safely stored, the next ...

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Our First Day

So, you’ve found a job that you wish to stay at for a little while. Getting comfortable, free coffee and your bosses are everything you’ve ever wished for in upper management. As you unpack family photos (a picture of your pug), set down your favorite coffee mug and start reading through the new hire packet ...

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The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity

Introduction As we start to wind down 2019, and venture onwards into 2020, there is one thing that will be certain for Corporate America:  Cyberthreats and their attackers will abound, but the difference this time will be that they will be stealthier and more covert in what they do. In other words, gone are the days ...

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Businessperson of the Year

Businessperson of the Year Anything but a popularity contest, Fortune’s editors crunch 10 financial factors then look for leaders who “tackled audacious goals, overcame impossible odds, found creative solutions.” And this year’s new Businessperson of the Year is Microsoft’s Satya Nadella. Please take 1 minute to read the incredible outcomes and approach Nadella has used ...

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Cyber Insurance Explained

There is a new trend that is emerging – that of Cybersecurity Insurance. Because of what it all has been through, the City of Baltimore has purchased a sweeping, brand new $20 million policy in order to protect not only its assets, but the people whom have been impacted by it as well, which includes mostly ...

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How Are Penetration Teams Structured – Part 3

What Is the Red Team? The Red Team that has the primary responsibility of launching an “ethical based” Cyber-attack against the defense perimeters of a business or a corporation in order to uncover its true Security vulnerabilities, weaknesses, and holes.  But it is important to note here that the Red Team is not particularly interested in ...

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An Introduction to Spear Phishing – Part 3

Incidents of Spear Phishing As we have reviewed, Spear Phishing, is quite different than the normal Phishing attack.  In these cases, the Cyber attacker just merely launches an all-out attack, in the hopes of being able to harvest sensitive information and data.  In these cases, typically, a hijacked e-mail address book (or even many of them) ...

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An Introduction to Spear Phishing – Part 2

What the Spear Phisher is After Our last blog examined what a Spear Phishing attack is.  In today’s blog, we examine what the primary targets are: 1. Money, Money, Money and lots of it: While other Phishing based campaigns focus on getting any kind of personal information and data, the Cyber attacker in this case, wants just one ...

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An Introduction to Spear Phishing – Part 1

Introduction to Spear Phishing As we know it today, Phishing has become one of the most commonly used tactics by the Cyber attacker in order to garner personal information and data.  This primarily involves our physical addresses, E-Mail addresses, credit card numbers, banking and other types and kinds of financial information, Social Security numbers, etc. Phishing involves ...

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Don’t Be Common

Many of us spend a good majority of our lives at our place of work, with people that we can sometimes tolerate or even on a rare occasion, enjoy. So if we are spending this vast amount of time with these individuals wouldn’t it be nice to have some sort of connection or otherwise common ...

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