In the previous blog post, we talked about our first speaking gig of 2018, on Cybersecurity. We talked about the importance of being very aware of the dangers of Viruses, Malwares, and Security Breaches. Here is the link to this post. With that said, 95% of breaches are caused by human error and 55% of Read more about Top 5 Simple Tips: on Preventing Viruses, Malwares, and Security Breaches[…]
As we get closer to 2020, we start entering the deep waters of immersive technology that can be very exciting but also worrisome. It is nice to have online banking, buy clothes from an online website, store our private photos on the cloud (instead of a physical drive that could be destroyed in a fire), and Read more about First Speaking Gig of the Year – A Talk on Cybersecurity[…]
We are at the VMworld conference this year learning about all of the new technologies that are being introduced by the biggest names in the industry. We will post what we learned on Friday.
We constantly come across a fair number of security related articles talking about security flaws, worms, viruses, Trojans and all manner of nasty sounding programs. With a large selection of malicious software out there, it can be tough to tell the difference between a virus and worm. Here’s an overview of the most commonly used terms Read more about Know your terminology[…]
CryptoWall Viruses CryptoWall viruses such as CryptoLocker, AlphaCrypt and TeslaCrypt to name a few are ransomware trojans that encrypt any file that it has access to your on machine, delete the original, and then demand money to restore your data. What this means is that not only will it delete your files from your computer Read more about Crypto![…]