Sophisticated phone phishing scams are on the rise and agencies are urging people to be aware of telephone scams from callers posing as Internal Revenue Service agents. Learn more about how these complex phone phishing scams work, how to recognize and report them.
Data Privacy Day, held this year on Monday, January 28, is the perfect opportunity to take stock in your organization’s data privacy and security policies. There are several ways to create a culture of data security within your organization, even with a modest security budget. Here, you will find a list of data security priorities that most organizations can easily adopt with a little time, good internal communication, and without a large investment.
Sinu has developed two documents to help your organization select the right backup solution by providing information about online backup services and what you can expect from two different types of solutions. Sinu selects backup, continuity and disaster recovery solutions based on the same criteria. We look for cloud-first solutions which are built to be future-proof as software advances.
Ransomware is a family of malware that blocks access to a PC, server or mobile device, or encrypts all the data stored on that machine. It's typically delivered via malicious email or infected third-party websites. To regain access or control of the data, the user must pay a ransom — typically via bitcoin. The encryption is unbreakable and simply removing the malware will not solve the problem. The victim is forced to pay for the unique software key that will unlock everything. Malwarebytes reports that 60 percent of all malware observed last year was ransomware.
According to PCWorld, if Google has its way, New York City’s antiquated pay-phone system will soon be converted to provide range of technology services, including a network of free wireless networks throughout the city.