3 Scams to Lookout for This Holiday Weekend

Black Friday Scams

3 Scams to Lookout for This Holiday Weekend And advice on how to avoid them. It’s almost Thanksgiving and that means that Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday are just around the corner. A survey done by the National Retail Federation found 30.6 million plan to shop either in-store or online on Thanksgiving […]

6 Things You Need to Know About The Colonial Pipeline Cyber-Attack

If you have not already heard or you haven’t waited in line for hours at your local gas station, The Colonial Pipeline was recently hit by a ransomware attack. Here are six things you need to know about the Colonial Pipeline cyber-attack. Colonial Pipeline Cyber-Attack   #1. Why Is the Colonial Pipeline Important? Colonial is […]

ParkMobile Parking App Reports Data Breach

ParkMobile Parking App Reports Data Breach Could Your Information Be at Risk? The largest parking app in the U.S., ParkMobile, recently reported a data breach that may have impacted its 20 million users. The ParkMobile app’s reported data breach could extend to cities throughout the country, including cities like ours in Boise, Idaho. Users of […]

Cybersecurity Threats to Business

Cybersecurity Threats to Business When it comes to cybersecurity threats to business what’s most important? Is it password management? Data collection? And who is most vulnerable to an attack? We’re discussing all of those topics and more on our latest guest appearance on the ABQ Business Podcast. “Most small businesses just can’t survive that first […]

Keeping Kids Safe Online, eLearning & Cyber Security

More kids are eLearning now than ever before. Since the start of the C19/SARS A pandemic a few months ago, more than 11,000 new website domains have popped up related to the COVID-19 virus. I submit that in today’s internet environment, new websites are equal to new targets for malicious behavior. With the undeniable surge […]