Even Cyber Pros Fall Victim to Cybercrime and Bad Habits

Author(s):

James Everett Lee, Chief Operating Officer, The Identity Theft Resource Center

Cyber Pros Fall Victim to Cybercrime

Back in January of 2021, you may have seen this eye-catching headline: “Hackers are targeting security researchers”. As it turns out, threat actors in North Korea were luring pen testers and other vulnerability professionals into a trap where a backdoor was installed on unsuspecting researchers’ operating systems. This scheme was discovered by Google’s Threat Analysis … Read more

Mobile Security: Safeguarding Your Information

Author(s):

Caleb Townsend, Staff Writer, United States Cybersecurity Magazine

Mobile Security, phone getting hacked, web, hands on phone, malware

Mobile security is a relatively new field in the world of cybersecurity. The rise of mobile computing calls for an increased vigilance in regards to our personal information. Smart phones and the like are now the standard. In fact, according to the Pew Research Center, 95% of Americans own a cellphone of some kind. The … Read more

Network Integrity

Author(s):

Gary Merry, CEO, Deep Run Security Services, LLC

Cloud connecting to people in tech circles, network integrity

Network integrity starts with a network diagram. Actually, most things regarding technology risk should start with a network diagram. Your network is the circulatory, nervous and endocrine systems of your company. As such, it…