Law Enforcement Data Leak

Law Enforcement Data Leak Exposes Police and FBI Reports

A recent hack of law enforcement departments, as well as the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), leaked 269GB of sensitive information to the public online. While cyberattacks have risen since people have begun working remotely, this attack was specifically targeted. … Continue Reading

Data Protection COVID-19 Reseacrh

How Researchers Can Protect COVID-19 Research Data

The COVID-19 pandemic has not only changed the way we live but has changed the way that medical researchers are operating. Many organizations have dedicated their time and resources to finding a vaccine for the Coronavirus and need data such … Continue Reading

Secure USB F;ash Drives in IT Environments

Portable Media Needs Stricter Security in IT Environments

Flash drives make transferring and sharing files a convenient process for corporate offices, information technology (IT) departments, and operational technology (OT) environments. Unfortunately, it also makes it easier for cybercriminals to access sensitive data and install ransomware on a computer … Continue Reading

Healthcare Cyberattack Increase COVID-19

Healthcare Sector More at Risk for Cyberattacks During COVID-19

Healthcare facilities have been a target for cyberattacks and data breaches even before the pandemic. A health record that includes Protected Health Information (PHI), is more valuable than any other type of stolen data with a selling cost of up … Continue Reading

COVID Testing Remote Ultrasound

Remote Ultrasound Wands Detect Coronavirus in Patient Lungs

When stay-at-home orders were put in place throughout the country, people had to work remotely and connect with others through video chatting. This change in our everyday routines has also affected how we approach medicine. New technology from the medical … Continue Reading

Thunderbolt Security Vulnerability

Flaw with Thunderbolt Technology Puts User Security at Risk

What was designed to be a tool for transferring data at faster speeds is now found to be anything but a convenient advancement. The Thunderbolt cable by Apple allows one computer system to connect to another for system migration or … Continue Reading

Data Security During COVID-19 Unemployment

Outdated Systems in Unemployment Offices Delay Payment

The federal labor department reported that between March 15 and April 4, over 16 million unemployment claims were filed after businesses shut down in response to the Coronavirus. A $2 trillion relief package was provided by the federal government in … Continue Reading

Office Data Security

How to Manage Employees and Data as Businesses Re-Open

In states throughout the US, governors have begun to slowly re-open businesses as the curve has been flattened in terms of people contracting and dying from the Coronavirus. While some people may be returning to the office, others may still … Continue Reading

Secure USB Policy Remote Work COVID-19

Implementing Encrypted USB Policies During WFH and Beyond

Since flash drives hit the market in the late 1990s, they have grown to become one of the most popular devices for storing data. Companies give them away at trade shows with their company logo and schools give prospective students … Continue Reading

Data Storage and Security for Remote Workers

Obstacles to Storing Data Properly During COVID-19 Outbreak

While people worldwide are staying inside to limit the spread of the Coronavirus, that doesn’t mean that their personal or corporate lives have stopped. Microsoft reported a spike in the use of its “Teams” programs with over 44 million users … Continue Reading