Ransomware Shuts Down Local Printing Company

BusinessDen 9/13/18, –  A five-year-old Denver printing company that was purchased in summer 2017 has shut down and blames a ransomware attack for the sudden closing. The company, Colorado Timberline, operated at 11351 E 45the Ave in northeast Denver. On...

New Phishing Scheme Defeats Two Factor Authentication

Phishing Scams are getting more and more sophisticated. We have always (and still do) strongly encouraged two-factor authentication to protect your accounts. But two-factor alone is not enough to protect your valuable data. In the attack demonstrated in the video, the...
Mitigating Insider Threats in Healthcare

Mitigating Insider Threats in Healthcare

It is no secret that healthcare data breaches are on the rise. While we often hear about hackers targeting the healthcare industry, you may be surprised to learn that more healthcare data breaches are caused by insiders than hackers! In their recent Protected Health...
Why SMEs and SMBs Fail After A Cyberattack

Why SMEs and SMBs Fail After A Cyberattack

Malicious cyberattacks are increasing every day around the globe. In fact, cyber-incidents nearly doubled from 82,000 incidents in 2016, to 159,700 in 2017. While the media often depicts large corporations as the primary target for cyberattacks, small business are...