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When it comes to protecting your businesses infrastructure, it is safe to assume that you have some form of cyber protection activated. But email communications represent the biggest threat of all, because it takes advantage of the end user, in one form or the other. It generally only requires one misstep from a member of a network to unleash a catastrophic chain of events within that network.

OneLogin, a company that provides single sign-on capabilities to safely store passwords of over 23 million users including 2,000 businesses, has suffered a compromise that included the ability to decrypt customer data. In a recent blog, the company revealed that an attack occurred May 31st at 2 am and was identified by a staff member around 9 am. Through that attack, sensitive information such...

Hospital networks can unfortunately become a goldmine for attackers that use ransomware worms as their weapon. If deployed, lives may be endangered, hospitals usually must pay the ransom, or pay to get files retrieved and its reputation could be damaged. Because these attacks are increasing due to lucrative benefits, teaching and reminding hospital staff to use valuable cyber hygiene is...

If your customers are like most organizations, 75% of their employees recycle or use a variation of the same password across most of the systems and websites they access – both on and off their employer’s network. And this practice is becoming increasingly dangerous.

Today, Digital Citizens Alliance published a report that focuses on how exposed Universities and Colleges' populations are on the dark web.  Specifically, they looked at the levels of compromised credentials associated with .edu’s on the dark web. ID agent provided data to support the report. 

Stolen email credentials are an often exploited vulnerability for government and corporate networks. In fact, Verizon announced in a recent study that 91% of phishing attacks specifically targeted email credentials.

Are you concerned about hackers stealing your organization’s email credentials and accessing your organizations PII or confidential information? If you’re not, you should be.

If you think you’re immune from hackers, consider this USA Today headline from March 25, 2016: 1.5M Customers of Verizon Anti-Hacking Unit Hacked. We bring this headline to your attention not to cast aspersions on Verizon, but to illustrate that no organization is immune from hackers.

Protecting employees from cyber threats and identity theft is increasingly becoming a corporate responsibility.

Every year, HR and Benefits Managers are faced with the task of simultaneously communicating cost increases and benefit reductions while finding ways to improve employee morale. At the same time, those focused on your corporate security are busy fighting the endless war game of...

WASHINGTON, D.C., May 5, 2016 – Winvale, the leading provider of strategic and technology solutions for government, was named Tech Company of the Year by the Chesapeake Regional Tech Council (CRTC) at the organization’s annual awards celebration on April 28, 2016. Winvale was honored for its achievements in strategic business planning, vision and contributions to the Washington, D.C.,...

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