The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has introduced a fresh set of cybersecurity regulations. In this blog post, we're diving deep into the latest advancements within these regulations, which are slated to become active in December 2023. We'll explore these changes and shed light on why they are a significant step forward in bolstering cybersecurity transparency and investor protection.
In the rapidly evolving landscape of today's digital age, cybersecurity has emerged as a paramount concern. As we witness the growing prevalence of cyber threats and the staggering impact they can have on individuals, businesses, and nations, it's evident that cybersecurity is more crucial than ever before.
I want to cover the news that just broke yesterday on January 26th, 2023, where it's been reported that the FBI, The Federal Bureau of Investigations in the United States has disrupted the Hive ransomware group. There are a couple things that I want to talk about in this video.
Gartner Inc. predicted that by 2023, CIOs would be responsible for over three times the endpoints they were responsible for in 2018 due to the rapid evolution of IoT trends and technologies. With billions of physical devices worldwide connected to the internet today, this prediction is on its way to coming true.
In today’s blog, we will be going into something that most people seem to have basic or common knowledge, but you'd be surprised of how many people just don't understand or don't know what ransomware is. What is ransomware? How do we get to where we are today? We will explain a little bit about how ransomware is changing as of today, November 2022 and what the future might look like.
Today with cyberattacks surging due to widespread remote work and increased online interactions during the pandemic, it seems likely that this trend will only continue to grow further.
To give some statistics about 85% of breaches involved a human element in 2021. Additionally, 36% of breaches involved phishing attacks while ransomware attacks contributed to 10% of attacks.
In today’s blog, hackers are coming after your Office 365 and the data stored within it. So, let's get into it.
There is this misconception about the cloud. Basically, what cloud does, and what cloud doesn't do. Unfortunately for a lot of people, they don't understand that when they move things to the cloud, and in this case, let's talk about Microsoft 365, OneDrive, and SharePoint; these places where you now store files that traditionally either store on your computer or file server at your office.
In today's blog Xact IT Solutions is going to talk about Follina, the Microsoft vulnerability through Microsoft Office that's kind of making it really easy for attackers to get to people right now. Read on to find out what it is and what you can start doing to protect yourself.
Don’t know what Ryuk ransomware is and where they are from? Don’t worry, Xact IT has some solutions on how to deal with particular ransomware, even if you’re unfortunate enough to be infected. Let’s dive into what they do, who their targets are, how they deliver and how you can protect yourself against this infectious ransomware!
What is Ryuk ransomware? So back in August of 2018, a ransomware family called Ryuk was first discovered in the wild.
They manufacture and sell tractors, combines, foragers, hay tools, self-propelled sprayers, basically anything you would need to work on a farm. This industry has been under attack lately from many different aspects, not just cybercriminals. Still, it's been in the news that the food and processing industries are really under attack with various events.