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Cyber Threat Landscape Report

The Sioux Falls region is by no means isolated from national attack methods, such as the one that successfully targeted Equifax and exposed the personal information of tens of millions of Americans. Read More»

Data Breach legislation

South Dakota remains the last state in the nation without data breach reporting protection for citizens, but Attorney General Marty Jackley intends to change that with the help of lawmakers this session. Read More»

3 things to do following a ransomware attack

Ransomware on a laptop

With ransomware making repeat appearances in prime-time TV shows, you know the malware is a serious threat to real-life businesses. They're examples of art imitating life, but raise questions about how real-life companies should prepare and respond. Read More»

ABC / Grey's Anatomy Ransomware Episode

You know that ransomware is a big deal when it becomes the storyline in a popular TV show. Read More»

Bad Passwords - QWERTY

No. 25 on Splash Data’s annual ranking of the worst passwords – “trustno1” - seems rather odd. Short for “trust no one,” it’s probably good advice to follow when dealing with computer security, but it isn’t a good password. Read More»

Cybersecurity Bulletin: Meltdown, Spectre

Meltdown, Spectre Vulnerabilities

Updates and patches are being rolled out quickly to help computer owners and system managers thwart the new year’s first widespread cybersecurity risks: Meltdown and Spectre. Read More»

Protecting networks & backing up data

Not all ransomware attacks are successful, of course. Companies are learning to adequately back up data and to keep their networking equipment and programs up to date. Read More»

Cybersecurity careers

The number and diversity of employment opportunities in cybersecurity and digital management are exploding rapidly. But there aren't enough trained workers to fill the need. Read More»

Infographic of the Month

In this month's infographic, we show you the best practices for keeping your devices up to date and secure with the latest software. Read More»

5 Cyber resources for every small business

Small Business Cybersecurity

A 2016 study sponsored by Keeper Security Inc. and conducted by the Ponemon Institute found that more than 50 percent of small and midsized businesses had been breached in the prior 12 months. Read More»

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