Behind the Brain Power | Multi-Factor Authentication

Date: September 9, 2016 | Topic: Multi-Factor Authentication In this day and age, stealing passwords and credentials is an easy pastime for hackers. There are a variety of tools and ways that cyber criminals can use to get access to your login credentials. Most of the time you don’t even know it has happened until … More Behind the Brain Power | Multi-Factor Authentication

[BECA ALERT] Ransomware Attacks Will Be Growing Even More Rampant

Everyone has heard of Hardware-as-a-Service (HaaS), Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service(PaaS), and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). But have you heard about Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS)? This RaaS scheme is allowing even the most technically illiterate criminals to extort money from victims by using data-encrypting malware. And guess what? It’s working. Cerber is one of the largest active RaaS systems today, and a new report … More [BECA ALERT] Ransomware Attacks Will Be Growing Even More Rampant

Scam of the Week: Social Security Fraud

Bad guys are abusing the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) online service called My SocialSecurity Account. There are two Social Security scams you need to watch out for at the moment. The first one is where you receive an official-looking email from the Social Security Administration with an invite to create an account so you can … More Scam of the Week: Social Security Fraud

Scam of the Week: Malicious PayPal Email

Want to learn how you can educate your end-users on detecting phishing emails? Attend our Security Lunch & Learn on August 25th – Register Here! Score another one for the bad guys, who have yet again demonstrated their seemingly inexhaustible ability to concoct new methods to exploit legitimate services in order to bypass existing anti-malware … More Scam of the Week: Malicious PayPal Email

[ALERT] Recent Orlando Tragedy

[BECA ALERT] Lowlife internet scum are trying to benefit from the Orlando shootings. They are now sending out phishing campaigns that try to trick you into clicking on a variety of links about blood drives, charitable donations, “inside” information or “exclusive” videos. Don’t let them shock you into clicking on anything, or open possibly dangerous attachments … More [ALERT] Recent Orlando Tragedy