Category: Security Alerts

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KRACK: Emphasizing the Importance of Security Patching Policies


What is KRACK Recently, researchers were able to create working proof-of-concept code allowing for exploitation of some of the strongest wireless security currently in existence. Previously thought only as theoretical, the attack, code-named KRACK, exploits flaws in the WPA2 protocol’s cryptographic implementation. While the research notes that Android is the most vulnerable operating system, it

Equifax Data Breach: Was the zero day to blame?


Was the zero day to blame at Equifax? What an executive needs to know about the Equifax data breach We have all read the headlines; Equifax was breached and your social security number, birthday, name, and a litany of other information is likely for sale to the highest bidder. Amidst the maelstrom of their confused

Is Your Electronic Customer Data Protected?


As more information continues to become available regarding the recent data breach of the hospital networks of the University of California, Los Angeles, one IT truth rings out loud and clear. Monitoring your network is simply not enough anymore, you must take active, meaningful strides to segment your network and encrypt your data. Ultimately, at

Don’t Be Next On The List


With the confirmation of yet another credit card data breach, it is becoming increasingly imperative that companies take immediate action to secure their networks and systems which process credit cards, including all point of sale (POS) devices. The latest victim of data breach is Hershey Park, who has confirmed that malicious software had been unknowingly