3-Minute Breakdown of Cybersecurity’s Biggest Buzzwords

January 26, 2018
The cybersecurity market is loaded with ambiguous buzzwords and competing acronyms that make it very difficult to clearly distinguish one infosecurity capability from another. If your efforts to understand what cybersecurity components you need to focus on have left you frustrated, you're not alone. Let’s cut to the chase and separate fact from fiction regarding cybersecurity’s biggest buzzwords.

Malware, Ransomware, and the Next Big Threat

September 21, 2017
Imagine the lost revenue for a major retailer if they needed to shut down all of their stores for a few days, or even a few hours, especially over the busy holiday season. The impact would be devastating.

Protect Your Business from Ransomware

May 15, 2017
As the second iteration of the WannaCry ransomware impacting IT infrastructure around the globe is expected, we want to arm our customers with information to be best prepared.

Make Your Wireless Work For You

March 12, 2015
Whether we are talking about shoppers being students, families, or business execs, having the ability to interact with your guests via wireless and mobile is becoming the standard. Why miss the opportunity to further engage with customers while they are still in your store?

State Sponsored Hacking – More Than an Issue for Sony

January 14, 2015
We live in a brave new world where the spies of yesteryear, like James Bond and Jason Bourne, are truly falling away into the realm of fantasy, replaced instead with hackers, doing battle on the digital front.

Backoff Has Been Upgraded Harder to Detect

November 07, 2014
So when you are a hacker and you write the most successful financial transaction hacking software in history, what do you do next? Well, if you are the makers of Backoff, you upgrade it.

IT Community Shaken By Shellshock Vulnerabilities

October 29, 2014
In the wake of Heartbleed, comes a new form of exposure that could potentially do much more damage than any other vulnerability of its kind. It is known as Shellshock. Shellshock affects Linux and UNIX implementations that use the BASHcommand interpreter.

PCI 3.0 – A Wake Up Call for SAQ C Merchants

September 29, 2014
Most merchants who have been validating their PCI compliance for a few years now probably know which SAQ type applies to them. In PCI 2.0, it has been fairly simple. And now we are facing PCI 3.0.

Backoff Is the New Standard by Which Other Malware Will Be Judged

August 25, 2014
Every now and then hackers develop a piece of malware that is so insidious that it changes the landscape of computer security and acceptable practices. While there are many contenders for this dubious list, CodeRed, Zeus, and now Backoff are certainly worthy of inclusion.

Netsurion services and OpenSSL the Heartbleed issue

April 11, 2014
Many of our customers and resellers have asked how Heartbleed affected Netsurion services. In a nutshell, the managed services that make up our product offerings were not directly affected by Heartbleed.

Balancing Privacy and Security

May 31, 2013
In the wake of the most recent terrorist bombing in Boston, it is easy to understand why some people would be willing to sacrifice a few liberties to the government in favor of more security. A common train of thought is that an honest person does not have anything to hide, so the intrusion into our private lives is really a minor thing. In a Utopian society, I would tend to agree with that sentiment, but we live somewhere else.

Internet Explorer 8 - People Still Love It, But There’s a Problem

April 26, 2013
This type of issue with a browser is so damaging because computer hackers who take advantage of it, can execute malicious code on the affected machines without the user needing to download anything or without any indication that the machine has been compromised. All a user has to do to be infected is to go to a website that has a malicious script embedded on it, and viola you have been hacked!

Universal Plug and Play - New Report on an Old Problem

February 22, 2013
In the dark ages of personal computers (1980′s and 90′s), you either needed to be a computer geek or have access to one if you wanted any device to work with your computer. You had to go through a complicated driver installation process, and possibly replace system files. My how the world has changed.