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Posted on: 10/02/2018 | by: cthuntsville


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What’s your Cyber Security protection plan?

Posted on: 10/01/2018 | by: cthuntsville

Many SMBs lack the resources and expertise to manage complex IT security infrastructures in-house. However, threats to security are proliferating, leaving these businesses ill-prepared. Are you taking the proper precautions to protect your networks and your business? This year threats to Cyber Security will continue to increase. In fact, an average of 15 new ransomware […]

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Cybersecurity Statistics

Posted on: 09/11/2018 | by: cthuntsville

“That will never happen to me. It’s a risk I’m willing to take.” Small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are the prime target for attackers because they tend to be easier targets. They’re often less secure and unprepared for attack. Think about burglars that go after houses where they know no one is home. With more […]

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Most Small Businesses Can’t Recover From Cyber Breaches

Posted on: 09/09/2018 | by: cthuntsville

Posted by intechit On September 8th, 2018  inShare A new study recently published by Sitchfast Technologies paints a grim picture of the threat landscape for small and medium-sized business. Their key finding? A staggering 60 percent of small businesses that suffer a data breach of any magnitude go out of business within six months. Worse, one business owner […]

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Posted on: 08/24/2018 | by: cthuntsville

Jeff Olson Presented With 2018 Computer Troubleshooters Franchisee of the Year Award

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Legacy System Exposes Contact Info of BlackHat 2018 Attendees

Posted on: 08/23/2018 | by: cthuntsville

By Ionut Ilascu Full contact information of everyone attending the BlackHat security conference this year has been exposed in clear text, a researcher has found. The data trove includes name, email, company, and phone number. The BlackHat 2018 conference badge came embedded with a near-field communication (NFC) tag that stored the contact details of the participant, for […]

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PC Running slow? 100% guaranteed increase!

Posted on: 08/14/2018 | by: cthuntsville

Our new product called Fresh Start will give you the feel of a new PC! EVEN if it’s 8 years old! Ask us how we guarantee your PC speed will increase AND running better than new. Computer Troubleshooters Fresh Start   Request an Assessment

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SamSam Ransomware Crew Made Nearly $6 Million From Ransom Payments

Posted on: 08/01/2018 | by: cthuntsville

Courtesy: Catalin Cimpanu July 31, 2018 The SamSam ransomware has earned its creator(s) more than $5.9 million in ransom payments since late 2015, according to the most comprehensive report ever published on SamSam’s activity, containing information since the ransomware’s launch in late 2015 and up to attacks that have happened earlier this month. Compiled by […]

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Massive Malvertising Campaign Discovered Attempting 40,000 Infections per Week

Posted on: 07/30/2018 | by: cthuntsville

July 30, 2018 A massive malvertising campaign has been exposed today in a report published by cybersecurity firm Check Point. Researchers believe the operators of this malvertising campaign have cozied up to an ad network and ad resellers in order to make sure their hijacked traffic reaches preferred bad actors, who then redirect victims to […]

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The U.S. Is The Most At Risk Nation For Cyber Attacks

Posted on: 06/26/2018 | by: cthuntsville

Being “#1” isn’t always a good thing.  Rapid7 has just published their third annual “National Exposure Index,” and unfortunately, the United States has the dubious honor of being the nation most at risk for a cyber attack on its core services.  The group’s methodology for ranking national exposure comes down to tracking the number of […]

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