Monthly Archives: March 2019
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) exposed the personal identifiable information of 2.3 million individuals by oversharing data with a contractor.
The individuals who were affected by hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria, as well as the 2017 wildfires in California … Read the rest
Nine employees Oregon department of Human Services managed to fall for a targeted phishing attack which compromised 350,000 patients and 2 million Emails.
On a notice by the Cyber Security Team on January 28th determined that the email accounts were … Read the rest
BAE Systems has revealed that even though organizations have continued attempts to improve their cybersecurity, human error is still the major vulnerability towards an organizations network.
They compiled a report by speaking to board level executives, IT decision makers and … Read the rest
Just about 39% of all Counter-Strike 1.6 servers were being used to push malware to end users. It’s amazing that still to this day counter-strike 1.6 is still being play after 20 years. The game still has many players and … Read the rest
Not keeping up with HIPAA regulations can be quite costly for any physician’s office or entity that needs to adhere to compliance. HIPAA Violation fines range from $100 to over $4 Million. Staying compliant is not an easy task, regulations … Read the rest
The Ubiquiti UniFi Security Gateway Pro (USG-PRO-4)is a is an enterprise Gateway Router with Gigabit Ethernet and two combination SFP/RJ45 ports, combining reliable security features with high-performance routing technology in a cost-effective unit.
The USG-PRO-4 is rack-mountable with fiber … Read the rest