As we dive into Q1, executives are thinking carefully about priorities for their operations, internal business processes and budgets. In many cases, cybersecurity will not top these lists. This could have serious consequences: Globally, the number of enterprise-level cyber attacks has risen exponentially in the past year; recent estimates put these numbers at around 500 million… Read More »
Hackers in China recently broke into the email accounts of around 25 organizations, including multiple government agencies, Microsoft said. The company did not specify which countries or agencies were affected, but said that the group primarily focuses on hacking Western governments to spy on them. Microsoft said it worked with the federal Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency… Read More »
Introduction: In the era of digital transformation, smart home technology has emerged as a game-changer, transforming the way we live and interact with our living spaces. With the integration of artificial intelligence, Internet of Things (IoT), and voice recognition systems, smart homes have become more intuitive, efficient, and convenient. In this article, we dive into… Read More »
Windows 11 offers various security settings that you can configure to enhance the protection of your system. Here are some important security settings to consider: Windows Security: Windows 11 includes built-in security features and tools accessible through the Windows Security app. It provides antivirus, firewall, and other security settings. Ensure that Windows Security is up… Read More »
Our organization has been added to the Montana Department of Commerce’s list of qualified MSPs eligible to apply for Cybersecurity Grants of up to $8,000. To apply for these grants, please visit https://www.covidreliefmt.org/submit/239305/cybersecurity-grants. The goal of the Cybersecurity Program is to provide much needed awareness regarding the threat of cybersecurity as well as monitoring, security,… Read More »
The FBI is warning people not to use free charging stations at airports, hotels or shopping centers because criminals can use the USB port to install malware and monitoring software onto your phone. Stacy Arruda, who spent 20 years working cyber security cases for the FBI, says the monitoring software can be dangerous.
To reset OneDrive on a Mac1. Quit OneDrive. (Select the cloud icon in the top tray, then select Settings > Quit OneDrive.)2. Find OneDrive in your Applications folder.3. Right-click OneDrive and select Show Package Contents.4. Browse to the Contents > Resources folder.5. Double-click ResetOneDriveApp.command (or ResetOneDriveAppStandalone.command, if you’re using the standalone app).6. Start OneDrive and… Read More »
Ransomware is a type of malicious software that encrypts a victim’s files, making them inaccessible, and demands payment in exchange for the decryption key. Ransomware attacks are becoming increasingly common and can be devastating for individuals and businesses alike. Amazon’s Ring is a line of home security products that includes video doorbells, security cameras, and… Read More »