Popular routers found vulnerable to hacker attacks

Millions could be at risk of cyberattacks due to poor default passwords and a lack of firmware updates. Millions use Wi-Fi routers that contain various security flaws and may put them at risk of cyberattacks, an investigation by British consumer watchdog Which? has found. Together with Red Maple Technologies, Which? looked at 13 commonly used older router … More Popular routers found vulnerable to hacker attacks

Automating tasks means streamlining timelines and security for MSPs

While the world worries about a growing diversity of cyberattacks, any business worth its salt knows there are even more risks out there, such as the loss or theft of company devices, which can result in serious data privacy violations. Company devices that get out into the wild rightly cause serious concern for any business … More Automating tasks means streamlining timelines and security for MSPs

What you may be getting wrong about cybersecurity

Attention-grabbing cyberattacks that use fiendish exploits are probably not the kind of threat that should be your main concern – here’s what your organization should focus on instead. When we hear about breaches, we assume that attackers used some never-before-seen, zero-day exploit to breach our defenses. This situation is normally far from the truth. While … More What you may be getting wrong about cybersecurity

Cybersecurity Trends 2018: The costs of connection

After a highly eventful 2017, when an increasing number of cybersecurity incidents grabbed headlinesin the mainstream media, we’re now looking ahead to the coming year, which will no doubt generate further vibrant discussions about the threat landscape. One refrain is likely to be heard time and time again. Cyberthreats and attacks are here to stay. Indeed, they will … More Cybersecurity Trends 2018: The costs of connection

DDoS attacks explained

A new DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack on a prominent website is making headlines today (Aug. 24). Just days after the Department of Justice demanded visitor data for an anti-Trump website from the web host company DreamHost (which rejected the request), the company has reported a DDoS attack. DreamHost, which is home to more than … More DDoS attacks explained