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RedTeam Hacks Electric Cooperative

I recently watched a captivating, 16-minute video. It documented how a team of hired hackers rather easily broke into the headquarters, substations and other facilities of what appeared to be a secure rural electric cooperative. Read More»

BBB Cybersecurity Event

Business vulnerabilities continue to expand. The way the cybercriminals can infiltrate your business continues to change. What are things you can do to protect yourself? 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»

Smart Cities Water Leak Detection

Cities are integrating more technology into their operations to reduce the cost of services and improve the way services are delivered. Economic development is a key driving force. 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

Infographic Of The Month: The Internet Of Things Read More»

Keeping connected devices secure

As more and different types of connected devices go mainstream, the number of prospective targets for a hacker increases. However, investigative reports have indicated that some gadgets don’t pose much of a challenge to good hackers. Read More»

Same software, new flaw - Apache Struts

Apache Struts

Nearly a full year after we learned about the Apache Struts software vulnerability that led to the massive Equifax data breach, there’s an alert about another, similar problem. Read More»

Cybercrime Market

Here’s an interesting economic tidbit: Cybercrime has been so successful in recent years that the laws of supply and demand have depressed the market for stolen data. Read More»

Phishing & Sharks

Cybersecurity is serious business. The consequences of a successful attack on an organization’s network can be enormous. That doesn’t mean training staff members to reduce cyber risks has to be grim or boring. Read More»