Hackers Breach Cybersecurity Firm FireEye

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When it comes to protecting against cyberattacks, even the professionals that we rely on to keep us safe can become victims. Such was the case recently with FireEye, a leading cybersecurity firm whose products have aided the investigation of attacks against government entities and top multinational corporations. In a recent blog post, FireEye said it had suffered “an attack by … Read More

Credential Stuffing Attacks Are On the Rise

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One of the most common pieces of advice about online security is to change your passwords on a regular basis. As it turns out, this common sense approach is more important than ever. Federal agencies and cybersecurity experts have all issued recent warnings about an escalation in so-called credential stuffing attacks. Last week, VPNMentor issued an incident report about the … Read More

What Will be the Future of Connected Devices?

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Future of Internet of Things Devices

It is no secret that connected devices are a major part of our lives, but they have become indispensable during the pandemic. Both business and individual tech users have benefited from this technology and it will be widely adopted as the world navigates the “new normal.” The global market for Internet of Things (IoT) devices is expected to grow to … Read More

How to Protect Internet-Connected Devices in Healthcare

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Securing Internet Connected Healthcare Devices

There is some level of risk any time you connect a device to the internet, even with proper security measures in place. This could result in more serious consequences when connections go awry in the healthcare system. National Cybersecurity Awareness Month continues this week with “Securing Internet-Connected Devices in Healthcare.” We have outlined some of the challenges healthcare facilities face … Read More