Cybersecurity Top 10

cybersecurity_436x270As we approach year-end, many small and medium sized business owners and managers are coming to the realization that their best intentions for creating a cybersecurity program in their organization have fallen short.  This was the year, you promised yourself, that we get a handle on computer and network security.

Well it is not too late to get a start, and here is a short ...

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Additional Notes from the Cyber Security Summit

cyber-security-summit-2016On Monday we looked at the some of the primary attack vectors used by cyber-criminals.  Here are the rest of the attack vectors that Kevin Thompson from FireEye shared at the Cyber Security Summit.  Many of these are significant twists on old exploits, or more sophisticated exploits.

  • Attacks using legitimate services.
    • Social networks – make friends or connections, gather information.
    • Cloud storage services to host malware downloads.  Link looks legitimate, its from Google Docs or DropBox.
    • Comment ...
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More Notes from the Cyber Security Summit 2016

cyber-security-summit-2016On Wednesday we looked at several of the important takeaways from this year’s Cyber Security Summit.  Here are a few more.

  • Small businesses need to stop using public email services such as Gmail, Yahoo, or Hotmail for their business email.  User credentials for 500,000 Yahoo email accounts have been stolen, and it could happen to the others.  If you have a domain name you are using for a web site, then you should ...
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