What is “Cryptolocker” and other Ransomware

You've probably heard of Cryptolocker.  Your business may have even been affected by it.  Even government services have been hit.  Cryptolocker is a type of malware that is classified as "Ransomware".  Basically, it infects your computer and asks (or demands) that you pay to have it removed. Ransomware goes all the way back to 1989,…
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End of life for XP, Office 2003, and Server 2003

Windows XP and Server 2003, Exchange 2003 and Office 2003 have all been around for 12 years now.  Microsoft has completely ended support for Windows XP and Office 2003 and is ending support for Server 2003 and Exchange 2003 this July.  What does that mean for your organization? This means that there will be no…
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Phishing Attacks are a Door into Your Network

Hackers and Scammers can exploit unwitting employees to access sensitive information. You may have heard about the recent Target or Home Depot security breaches in which a combined 160 million+ credit cards and other personal information was stolen.  In both cases, the hackers were able to get into the super stores' networks through a Phishing…
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