The Data Breach: Part II (Strengthening your Infrastructure)

September 22, 2014 by Brad Garnett

In Part I, I discussed an overview of a data breach. I am going to give you some ideas in strengthening your network infrastructure.  The retail sector has been hit very hard this past year with data breaches. Target had an estimated 40 million credit card numbers stolen during the 2013 holiday season.  Recently, Home Depot’s data breach appears to have compromised an estimated 56 million credit card numbers, which surpasses the Target data breach.  While the digital forensic investigation still appears to be ongoing with the Home Depot data breach...    Read More »

Microsoft Releases Emergency Patch for Internet Explorer

May 01, 2014 by Brad Garnett

Microsoft acted very quickly to release a patch for the serious zero day vulnerability that was recently discovered.    Read More »

IE Zer0-day: Internet Explorer Browser Exploit

April 29, 2014 by Brad Garnett

Microsoft recently acknowledged and issued a security advisory (Microsoft Security Advisory 2963983) regarding a vulnerability that would allow remote code execution (RCE) in all versions for Internet Explorer (version 6-11 published). Remote Code Execution means a drive-by installation of malicious code delivered to the user's browser by visting a specially crafted website that is designed to exploit this vulnerability.    Read More »

Malvertising (Malicious Advertising): Thousands of visitors served!

January 06, 2014 by Brad Garnett

What a better way to deliver malware payloads than through a web advertising service where visitors have no idea they are downloading various malware; that is capable of stealing login credentials, starting a DOS (denial of service) attacks, spreading via USB drives, social media sites, and even instant messaging programs.    Read More »

Change Those Passwords Now! Two (2) Million Password Compromised.

December 09, 2013 by Brad Garnett

2013 continues to be a year full of data breaches and compromised online accounts with no slowdown anticipated for the near future. Do you use Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Twitter? Or use payroll provider ADP?    Read More »

Safeguarding Your Business Against Intellectual Property (IP) Theft

December 03, 2013 by Brad Garnett

As many businesses prepare for an uptick in business, now is a good time to revisit internal controls and policies, as it relates to safeguarding your intellectual property (IP).    Read More »

The Data Breach: Part I

October 28, 2013 by Brad Garnett

In this short three (3) part series, we are going to look at the data breach. In this first part, we are going to look at an overview of the data breach.    Read More »

Beware of CryptoLocker

October 25, 2013 by Larry D. Lawrence II

A new version of malware is wildly spreading around the Internet for the past few months holding every file on a computer for ransom. There is a growing trend in this type of malware, known as ransomware, but CryptoLocker is the most dangerous one to pop up so far.    Read More »

Is Your Website Pocket-Friendly?

October 15, 2013 by Kyle Nisswandt

More than 1.2 billion people currently browse their favorite websites on mobile devices.  Read more on why the need to have a responsive website design has never been greater.    Read More »

Optimize for People

October 15, 2013 by Jennifer Green

It has become widely known that Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is an important tool for leveraging your business’ success online.    Read More »

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