Local Hospital Latest Victim of Ransomware

On Saturday, July 25th, our local hospital experienced a cyber-attack. Samaritan Medical Center had to shut down its entire computer system. Therefore, employees have to return to paper and pen to operate. Patients are still being taken care of, and the hospital expects to reschedule patient procedures that have been… Read More


The Future is Now: Benefits of Working Remote

COVID-19 is continuing to alter the way of American life. As states begin to reopen, people wonder what will the new standard be. Business culture is experiencing a change never seen before. This pandemic proves to employers and employees that much of the work done in an office is accomplishable… Read More


Ransomware Tycoon: New Threat

What is Ransomware Ransomware is a type of malware that targets a victim’s file. The malware the user out of their data or steals the files through the use of encryption. The attacker then threatens to expose the files unless the victims pay a ransom. The most common form of… Read More


Anonymous Cyber Attacks and How They Do It

On May 25th, the country came together under one emotion: rage over the murder of George Floyd on the streets of Minneapolis. The country has experienced an increase in protests, riots, and even cyberattacks. An activist group that routinely appears amidst a scandal is back, Anonymous. Anonymous is a “decentralized”… Read More