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COVID-19 Updates

7/24/2020

Learn how to define initial response and assessment plans with the COVID-19 pandemic. Click to learn more.


Articles

10/26/2020

Google has rolled out an update to its Chrome web browser that fixes five security flaws, including a vulnerability that is known to be actively exploited by attackers.

10/13/2020

A Tennessee firm that provides health data management services has agreed to pay the United States Office for Civil Rights (OCR) $2.3m to settle charges related to a data breach. The healthcare industry is a known target for hackers and cyberthieves. 

9/23/2020

Hospital patients have been warned that data that was on the Blackbaud systems affected by the cyber-attack may have included their name, date of birth, address, contact information, attending doctor, insurance provider, and medical service department.

9/09/2020

According to security researchers, millions of WordPress sites are being probed in automated attacks looking to exploit a recently discovered plugin vulnerability. Wordfence, which produces a plugin for the platform, revealed news of the zero-day bug at the start of September.


EGuides

5/29/2020

Decreasing the Business Costs and Risks of Data Loss

5/28/2020

Reducing the Business Costs of Network Failure with a Managed Services Provider

5/27/2020

Download the e-guide, "EMBRACING THE AGE OF MOBILITY" TO LEARN MORE!

5/25/2020

Think Again... 71% of Malicious Data Breaches Target Businesses with Less than 100 Employees


Security Advisories

10/23/2020

Microsoft recently published a security patch addressing a remote code execution vulnerability in the IPv6 stack, known as CVE-2020- 16898 or "Bad Neighbor". The issue is caused by an improper handling of Router Advertisement messages, which are part of the Neighbor Discovery protocol.

10/20/2020

Nearly 800,000 VPNs around the world need urgent patching after vendor (Dell SonicWall) issued a security update for a critical flaw last week.

10/15/2020

Kraken Attack operators injects malicious payload into legitimate Microsoft Windows Error Reporting (WER) Service to evade detection.

9/29/2020

A new malware family called Mozi, using several known malware families code– Gafgyt, Mirai and IoT Reaper have been brought together to form a peer-to-peer (P2P) botnet capable of DDoS attacks, data exfiltration and command or payload execution. 


Public Relations

8/19/2020

Lyndhurst, NJ, August 19, 2020 – Altitude Unlimited Advanced Technology Solutions (“Altitude Unlimited”) announced today the promotion of David Landers to Vice President of Engineering and Jeffrey Menkes to Vice President of Operations.

11/02/2018

Rich Thurman, Founder and Chairman of Small Business Community has published our business as a recipient of the 2018 Best of Business Award presented by the Small Business Community