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” international activist/hacktivist group that performs… Read More


COVID19 Makes The Remote Workforce More Vulnerable to Cyber Attacks

COVID19 has affected every business across the globe. The U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics reported the unemployment rate rose to 14.7 percent in April 2020. Find the report published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics here. The rise in unemployment is primarily due to many industries having to cease operations altogether. However, some were a bit… Read More


Coronavirus and Your Business

Coronavirus: What Business Leaders Need to Know The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued interim guidance for businesses and employers to plan and respond to the Coronavirus. Actively Encourage Sick Employees to Stay Home Emphasize Respiratory Etiquette and Hand Hygiene Perform Routine Environmental Cleaning Explore Options for Teleworking and Flexible Worksites Establish… Read More


2020 SONICWALL CYBER THREAT REPORT: THREAT ACTORS PIVOT TOWARD MORE TARGETED ATTACKS, EVASIVE EXPLOITS

SonicWall, a leader in the security platform category has published its 2020 Cyber Threat Report delivering critical threat intelligence to help organizations better understand how cybercriminals think. Highlights include: Malware, ransomware attack volume down 6% and 9%, due to more targeted attacks Connected-device dependence leads to 5% increase in IoT attacks, over 34 million exposed… Read More