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Outsourcing Cybersecurity: The Best Way to Secure from All Types of Phishing Attacks

Phishing attacks have always been popular among cyber-attackers that remain in pursuit of confidential data and access to critical systems of the targeted organization. A casual approach toward these attacks and the absence of preventive measures can prove disastrous for an organization. Additionally, the fact that phishing attacks keep evolving, and lately, have become moreRead More »Outsourcing Cybersecurity: The Best Way to Secure from All Types of Phishing Attacks

10 Different Types of Malware Attacks – Ensure Expert Cybersecurity Support Service is in Place

10 Different Types of Malware Attacks Malware attacks have been a popular common form of a cybersecurity attack. And the numbers worldwide, in the past few years, have consistently been in millions. So yes, malware attacks form a critical confrontation for the corporate world. However, what’s equally troublesome is that these attacks keep evolving, andRead More »10 Different Types of Malware Attacks – Ensure Expert Cybersecurity Support Service is in Place

Meat Producer Victim of Hack – Supply Chain to Blame?

When major cyberattacks happen, most businesses do not tend to change their behavior to protect themselves. The recent Colonial Pipeline hack that caused widespread gas supply issues across the country should have served as a warning to all American businesses that they need to take cyber security more seriously. Now, major meat producer, JBS USA,Read More »Meat Producer Victim of Hack – Supply Chain to Blame?

New Android Zero-Day Actively Exploited for Targeted Cyber Attacks

A new zero-day is under active exploitation in the wild targeting Android users. Though the bug has already received the fix, it is still a severe security issue for most of the Chinese phones with modified OS or phones will no OS / Security updates. This vulnerability, CVE-2020-11261, is a high-severity bug and has receivedRead More »New Android Zero-Day Actively Exploited for Targeted Cyber Attacks

Move over California, Virginia is Here

With the passing of the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”)[1], California has been center stage of data privacy compliance. However, this past month, Virginia now shares the stage. On March 2, 2021, Governor Ralph Northam signed into law the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (“VCDPA”).[2] The VCDPA is heavily influenced by both the CCPA andRead More »Move over California, Virginia is Here

How to Check if you’re Vulnerable to Microsoft Exchange Server zero-days

[vcex_heading text="What is Microsoft Exchange"] Microsoft Exchange Server is a mail server and calendaring server developed by Microsoft. It runs exclusively on Windows Server operating systems. The first version was called Exchange Server 4.0, to position it as the successor to the related Microsoft Mail 3.5. Exchange initially used the X.400 directory service but switchedRead More »How to Check if you’re Vulnerable to Microsoft Exchange Server zero-days

Researchers Identified that Amazon Alexa Can Learn Malicious Skills

While Amazon Alexa skills facilitate users in their day-to-day activities, this personal assistant can go malicious as well. Researchers have found that vicious skills can bypass the Amazon Alexa skill vetting process. Researchers from the Ruhr-Bochum University have found how malicious skills can flood Amazon Alexa. Alexa skills are like third-party apps that run onRead More »Researchers Identified that Amazon Alexa Can Learn Malicious Skills