What You Need to Know & How to Protect Against NotPetya Ransomware

A form of ransomware dubbed NotPetya is currently spreading around the world. Ransomware is a growing threat. Just a couple of months ago a strain called WannaCry crippled the British National Health Service for several days. And now NotPetya is infecting computers with relative impunity. So here’s ...
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Tips to Prevent Your Nonprofit From Ransomware Attacks

Nonprofit organizations handle volumes of sensitive data every day. From client records, to donor information and confidential emails, along with hundreds of other transactions. With cloud based technology solutions like Office 365, users can access and share data from anywhere, on any device, and ...
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Microsoft Warns of Tax Themed Cyber Attacks

Tax themed phishing and malware attacks increase during the months leading up to the April 18th tax filing deadline.
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Google Accounts Hacked by Android Malware

1 million Google accounts infected by Android malware called Gooligan.
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Nonprofits Donor Data is being Stolen

With the recent public service announcement from the FBI, ransomware and cyber security has become serious business for nonprofits. Not only do they need to protect themselves from attacks, but they have a responsibility to protect sensitive client and donor data. Here are the three most common ...
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New Ransomware Strain Making the Rounds, Hidden in Infected Word Files

As of February 2016, there is a new strain of malware circulating the internet, hidden in infected Microsoft Word documents. This ransomware, known as “Locky,” arrives in an user’s inbox as an email with a Microsoft Word document attached, containing malicious macros. Once enabled, the macros will ...
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