Google Docs Scam Warrants Further Security Awareness Training

On May 3rd, a phishing campaign was launched where emails were sent to many corporate Google accounts. The emails contained a fake Google Docs link to grant permissions. When the recipient granted permission, the attack began sending out similar messages to the user’s contact list.

Don't Be Fooled by Your "CEO"


Phishing is big business - do you know how to spot it? One popular scam making its way across the nation has tricked an alarming 62 organizations already this year. 

Why You Can't Rely on the Government to Protect Your Data


When it comes to keeping information secure, many might think the government is at the forefront of the latest technology trends. However, according to one ex-FBI agent, it's the hackers that are paving the way.

Does 4G Internet Make Sense For Providers?

 

As 4G wireless Internet technology has spread nationwide, IT decision makers have been looking at it for more than just data for their smart phones and tablets.

USB Drives Can Cost You a HIPAA Fine, Too

It seems federal authorities have no plans to cut back or slow down on enforcing compliance of HIPAA rules in 2017. With the second payment of the year in the books at $2.2 million, it's imperative providers put their security measures under the microscope before it's too late.