Are Your Cyber Security Essentials Covered? Get the Checklist
Every year, cyber thieves get increasingly creative when it comes to stealing your data. From the Colonial Pipeline to the attack on JBS Foods, last year’s cybercrime had significant impacts on the everyday consumer, not to mention businesses. Cybersecurity Ventures predicts that ransomware will cost its victims more around $265 billion (USD) annually by 2031.…
Dark Web Monitoring: Are YOU on the Dark Web?
We know you’ve heard of the dark web, almost anyone with a computer or TV has. But few have actually seen it or know if their data is on it. If you are an Intrust client, no worries. Dark web monitoring is part of the overall cyber security we provide your business. The dark web…
Microsoft Costs on the Rise: Office 365 Pricing to Increase on Commercial Products
Microsoft is set to increase pricing on their Office 365 products. Commercial use of MS 365 licenses will come at a higher premium in the new year. Intrust managed service clients will continue to have predictable monthly costs. Microsoft recently announced that its Office 365 pricing will increase on March 1, 2022. This will be…
Ransomware as a Service (RaaS): Cybercrime, No Hacking Skills Needed
We’ve said it before: Cybercriminals are smart — so smart they’ve now branched out to Godfather villainy much the same as a cartel. They’ll make you an offer you can’t refuse, a ransom threat, but they don’t necessarily need the wherewithal to do it themselves. They hire “hit men” – companies, groups, nefarious entities –…
Holiday Scams: Avoiding the 12 Hacks of Christmas
The holiday season is filled with joy, family… and, unfortunately, cyber crime. Along with all the pleasant reasons to look forward to the season, there is increasing cause to be wary as cyber crime ramps up every year right alongside holiday spending. Unfortunately, cyber criminals know people are spending more time online and are rushed…
The Log4j Zero Day Vulnerability: How To Protect Your Business
We’ve been waiting for something to break through the doom and gloom news around the Omicron variant – but this wasn’t what we had in mind. The Log4j Zero-Day Vulnerability is a real threat to your organization’s cyber security. Here’s what you need to know. What is Log4j? Apache Log4j is an open source library…
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