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6 Cybersecurity Mistakes Every Organization Should Avoid

 

All it takes is one mistake, one wrong click or weak password, one unpatched vulnerability, for a malicious threat actor to infiltrate your network. Once they are inside, the options are endless. Security can never be 100% airtight, but making sure you have strong armor at the frontline will critically minimize the attacks that have a chance of penetrating your network. How is this defense built? Most of the time, our mind jumps right to the tools – which technologies can we use to armor up? But effective security is much more than that – setting in place the right mindset, personnel, processes AND tools is the key to keeping your data secure. In this blog post, we will share critical mistakes that managers, IT teams and employees alike should be aware of in order to make the right choices and keep the company network safe.

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Watch out for Phishing this (online) Holiday Season

Winter holidays are a glowing delight, filled with cozy warm drinks, great food, decorations, family traditions, and of course – presents. Families know the feeling of December creeping in, and the burst of joy filled with urgency that comes with it. People rush to shopping malls by the handfuls, making a day (or days) of purchasing gifts for their friends and loved ones. But the Covid-19 pandemic has reshaped the holiday shopping experience, migrating holiday shoppers from mall trip extravaganzas to multi-platform online shopping. Probably the last thing buyers are thinking about when deliberating between a blue bike or a green scooter is the plethora of cyber attackers just waiting for them to make one mistaken make one wrong click, and fall victim to a phishing scam that can drain all the money (and holiday joy) from your stocking.

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Analysis: New Android Malware Steals Victim Data From 300+ Apps

 

A new android malware strain was uncovered in May, boasting the ability to steal data from 337 applications, including passwords and credit card information. Among these apps are some of the most highly-used applications on any android phone, such as Netflix, Gmail, Amazon, Uber, and more.

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ThreatSTOP not vulnerable to Heartbleed

The Heartbleed vulnerability* has burst into public consciousness and generated a lot of justified concern that login information and other confidential data may have been at risk because of it.

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ThreatSTOP blocking Heartbleed

It looks like ThreatSTOP has been protecting our service provider customers from the Heartbleed vulnerability* for some time now.

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