Cyber News Rundown: Edition 12/30/16

December 30, 2016By Connor Madsen

  Ransomware “Star” Shines on LG Smart TV As ransomware continues to steal the malware stage, its authors have widened their target audience to include smart devices, such as TVs. Since a number…read more

What to Expect at CES 2017

December 29, 2016By Mike Rush

Why wait for news on the next big thing in technology, when you can get a sneak peek at the hottest, up-and-coming consumer tech and innovations at CES 2017? For the last 50…read more

Cyber News Rundown: Edition 12/23/16

December 23, 2016By Connor Madsen

  As 2016 comes to a close, it’s time to reflect back on the largest/most significant security news stories that left an impact on the world. Mirai Botnet Being hailed as the largest…read more

History of Holiday Tech Toys

December 16, 2016By LeVar Battle

  Who remembers the Atari 2600? Yeah, I don’t either. Just kidding. Maybe. It’s hard to think about the words tech and toys together before the 1990s. However, they were a thing. Kids…read more

Cyber News Rundown: Edition 12/16/16

December 16, 2016By Connor Madsen

  Credit card fraud and email scams aren’t the only thing you have to worry about this holiday season. Criminals in the UK are stepping up their game by using radio frequencies to…read more

Maximizing MSP Profits with Cybersecurity Partnerships

December 13, 2016By Marya Munir

  Managed service providers are tasked with serving a broad range of markets, from construction to healthcare; accounting to legal; staffing firms to manufacturing; media and advertising to technology. But the day-to-day MSP…read more

Cyber News Rundown: Edition 12/9/16

December 9, 2016By Connor Madsen

  Personal computers and devices aren’t the only targets for ransomware authors. Their methods have evolved to target government offices and profitable organizations, forcing them to rethink their cybersecurity mitigation plans.   Blackheart…read more