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Just Paid the Ransom? Here’s How to Prevent It From Happening Again

Hackers can be relentless with their cyberattacks. While organizations can be vulnerable to many security threats, ransomware is especially ruthless since its attacks are completely automated. It doesn’t matter what industry or business you…

Cyber-Attack Grounds Flights in Alaska

RavnAir Group was forced to ground flights on Saturday following a cyber-attack on the Alaskan company's computer network. In a statement released on Saturday morning, RavnAir wrote: On Friday, December 20th, RavnAir Group…

Data Leak Exposes 267 Million Facebook Users

A database of 267 million Facebook user IDs, phone numbers, and names was left exposed online for a fortnight thanks to another cloud misconfiguration, according to researchers. The trove was likely to have been the result of an illegal…

Citrix Vulnerability Puts 80K Companies at Risk

A critical flaw has been discovered in two Citrix products, placing 80,000 companies in 158 countries at risk.  The easily exploitable vulnerability could allow attackers to obtain direct access to a company's local network and to access…

New $1.5M Cybersecurity Center Opening in Baton Rouge

A $1.5 million cyber security training and operations center is going inside The Water Campus near downtown Baton Rouge, La., to support cyber-related missions at military installations in Louisiana and eventually respond to cyber attacks on…

Twitter Co-Founder Jack Dorsey's Account Hacked

Securing accounts online can be difficult, especially when you've got a lot of legacy access points laying around. Today's example is Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, whose Twitter account was suddenly hacked to send random messages and racial…

Automation - Friend of the SOC Analyst

Faced by increasingly sophisticated threats, organizations are realizing the benefits of automation in their cybersecurity programs. Automation, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning (ML) are rapidly transforming nearly every…

Things we cant live without that we didn't have 30 years ago.

You wouldn't think that 3 decades would make much of a difference but the last 30 years have changed to way we live as a whole. No wonder your parents struggle to understand technology, there's a lot to catch up on! Long forgotten…

How to hold on to your best employees

There's nothing better than looking at the team around you that you've built and seeing everyone working in unison. But how do you ensure the best in your business stick around? It's time for a more DIRECT approach. Develop It's all…

The internet - simpler times.

It's hard to believe that teenagers now won't remember the days of dial-up connections or having to choose between the internet or the landline, but that's the harsh truth of it. For those of us that fondly remember the simplicity of life…

Mental Health and Work

Over the last decade, mental health has become more recognised and understood. Considering we spend over 90,000 hours of our lives at work - it's important we find a balance between our jobs and our wellbeing. Let's look into some stats…

How to boss that dreaded interview

It can be extremely daunting to prepare for an interview. The pressure is building and you're trying to make sure you don't mess it up! Well here's 6 ways you can ensure you'll leave a good impression. There’s nothing worse than getting…

6 reasons you should learn to code

Have you been wanting to up your skillset? Increase the chances of bagging your dream job? Here are 6 reasons you shouldn't delay learning how to code. 1. It makes you a smarty pants. Well, not actually, but it's proven that code enhances…

Cyber Security for Dummies

With the world of tech ever growing, it can be difficult to keep up with the goings on. However, with cyber attacks increasing, it's more important now than ever that we understand the basics of Cyber Security and how we can keep ourselves…