Don’t Be Fooled: How to Protect Yourself From Cybercriminals on April 1

April 1 is a great day for pranks. But for cybercriminals, April 1 is a great day to prey.

On April Fool’s Day, cybercriminals will work to take advantage of people when they feel more comfortable with fake news and announcements online. When these computer users lower their guard and become less skeptical about what is and is not real, they become much more vulnerable to online scams.

March 2018 Newsletter

Highlights include our Cybersecurity March Madness event, news about a major ASC breach, Nelson Gomes presenting at multiple events, cybersecurity myths, P1 summer internship and trivia!

10 Steps to Protect Yourself on Cyber Monday 2017

Cyber Monday — the online-only version of Black Friday that takes place today, the Monday after Thanksgiving — will be the largest online sales day of the year. Adobe is estimating that this year’s Cyber Monday will generate $6.6 billion in sales — a more than 16.5% increase over 2016.

While consumers search online for deals, cybercriminals will be working to take advantage of this increase in shoppers through a variety of activities intended to steal credit card information or install malware on computers.

Worldwide Ransomware Attack: Urgent Security Update

A severe ransomware attack known as "wannacry" has affected over 200,000 victims in over 150 countries. Here is what you need to know about wannacry and how to help keep your organization protected:

What Happened: Late last week, cybercriminals launched a massive attack using a security exploit found in Microsoft Windows.