By all accounts, 2016 is shaping up to be the Year of Ransomware. Ransomware is nothing new but the tools and tactics have evolved. Here’s what you need to know to face the current threats.
The security world is in an uproar after news that TrueCrypt is unsafe, compromised, or simply has been discontinued.
Three lessons we can learn from increasingly common news of threats, cyber attacks, and security breaches.
When any IT or technical product reaches its end of life and support is halted, this leaves the tool vulnerable to future exploitation or attack.
Without adequate IT Security measures in place, you may be vulnerable to attacks through missing patches and zero day threats.