Cyber Security

Cyber Monday Security tips for consumers

Cyber Monday Security Tips

  The first Monday after Thanksgiving is known as the biggest online shopping day of the year, Cyber Monday. More than 90% of retailers contribute to online deals and participate in online pricing wars. With so many shoppers turning to online

Ransomware Recovery Steps

Ransomware Recovery Steps

You've been hit, now what? Ransomware viruses have infected devices linked to your company's network, do you know your next move? The newest forms of ransomware to hit cyberspace are the malicious malware, Ryuk and Dharma. The malware uses brute force

Dharma Ransomware

What Is Dharma Ransomware?

Dharma ransomware is a virus that's directly inserted by a hacker into a user's open or weakly-secured Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) port. The access becomes available by utilizing email phishing, malicious attachments, downloads, or application patch exploits to remote into

Types of Social Engineering Attacks

Types of Social Engineering Attacks

The vulnerability of IT networks rises with every new technology trend. Malicious acts of social engineering continue to present themselves within every organization. A range of new malicious tactics, like ransomware, phishing, spyware and typosquatting are surfacing. We have created

What is Cybersecurity

What Is Cybersecurity?

Cybersecurity is protection against theft, damage, or unauthorized access to your IT infrastructure. In order to maintain your business's integrity, you must protect your consumer and partner credentials. Cyber-attacks aim to access, change or destroy your business’s sensitive information. Any

3 Ways to Prevent Ransomware

3 Ways to Prevent Ransomware

Ransomware is a type of malware that generally holds a system or data hostage until a ransom is paid. There are different entry points hackers can access to deploy ransomware, such as a phishing attack or software vulnerabilities. Since data

Prevent Phishing Attacks

How Los Angeles IT Support can Prevent Phishing Attacks

Hackers are constantly finding new ways to hack into businesses, putting corporate data at risk. There's recently been a phishing attack going around that takes users to a fake Office 365 login page in order to capture username and password