So, which Democratic candidate actually won the Iowa caucuses? Well, more than 24 hours after Monday night’s early look into the Democratic primaries, and we still don’t’ really know. According to the New York Times, only 71% of precincts were reporting results as of Wednesday morning. So why is it taking this long? Surely it’s […]
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The average salary in the technology sector crept up to $94,000 last year, good for an increase of just 1.3%. However, the technology hubs that we’ve come to know — Silicon Valley, Seattle, San Diego, Boston and the Washington D.C. area — are growing at a slower rate than some lesser-known emerging technology hubs, according […]
What types of cyberattacks were carried out this week, February 3, 2020? Read on to find out about the latest cyberattacks and who got hacked this week.
One of the first victims of a hospital ransomware attack in 2020 was the Enloe Medical Center in Chico, California. Facility officials say data stored on their network was encrypted, obscuring it from staff access and forcing the facility to reschedule some elective procedures. KRCR reports the systems were removed from the network and the […]
Now that we’ve had some time to digest the Kansas City Chiefs’ entertaining Super Bowl LIV win over the San Francisco 49ers, we can talk about our favorite commercials. To nobody’s surprise, a lot of them were about technology that can not only help you live a better life, but also help you at work. […]
It turns out that despite over four years of attention from media and industry experts alike, voting machines are still vulnerable to cyberattacks.
A vulnerability in teleconferencing app Zoom would have allowed a malicious actor to identify and join in on active meetings, Check Point Research says in a new report. According to the cybersecurity research firm Check Point Research, the problem had to do with Zoom Meeting IDs. If a user didn’t’ enable the “Require meeting password” […]
If this is the first time you’re hearing about this, you haven’t been paying attention. Microsoft officially ended support for Windows 7 on Jan. 14, meaning the company won’t issue any patches or updates for the operating system first introduced in July 2009. Most importantly, the operating system won’t receive any security patches, putting those […]
Hackers and cybercriminals will try to infiltrate your network by any means available, especially due to the proliferation of the Internet of Things and the increasing stock of connected devices. Those devices being connected to the network increasingly include medical devices like pacemakers and other vital monitoring equipment. With connectivity, however, comes vulnerability. Those vulnerabilities […]
Cybraics, a cybersecurity and analytics firm, is partnering with IT decision-making platform AVANT to further expand on an artificial intelligence-backed threat detection service. In a statement, Cybraics’ Vice President Of Sales Nate Grinnell said the partnership extends the firm’s advanced threat detection services throughout AVANT’s network of Trusted Advisors. “Robust cybersecurity practices are essential for […]