The Important Lesson Learned from the U.K. Parliament Cyberattack

The Parliament’s computer network was recently targeted by a brute force attack. Weak password requirements allowed hackers to gain access to 90 of parliaments 650 member’s ...
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What an MSP can do to Protect Their Clients from the Dark Web

Not familiar with the term “Dark Web”? That’s okay, even some of the most sophisticated individuals in the tech space have no idea what the dark web is and how it’s accessed. ...
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MSPs Beware – Dropbox, Google Drive and other Cloud Storage Threats

A Managed Service Provider (MSP) has a lot to worry about within the information technology services they offer. Your clients probably store data that is critical to their ...
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The Biggest Threat to your Network Security: Email Communications

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 ...
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63% of Data Breaches Result From Weak or Stolen Passwords

In its recent 2016 Data Breach Investigations Report, Verizon Enterprise confirmed many industry trends that we see at ID Agent every day. The most glaring blind spot for ...
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OneLogin - When Password Storing Goes Wrong

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 ...
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The Ransomware Assault on Healthcare

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 ...
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Why Managed Service Providers Must Monitor for Compromised Credentials

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 ...
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Cyber Criminals, College Credentials, and the Dark Web

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 ...
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How to Detect if Your Organization's Email Credentials Have Been Stolen & How to Prevent Phishing.

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 ...
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