A Year in Review: Reflecting on 2019

To our clients, As we ring in the New Year, we would like to take this opportunity to thank you for an amazing year! Our success is based on the relationships we have built with you all over the years; and we wouldn’t be where we are without you. Whether you’ve been...

Advanced Persistent Threats: Emotet and Trickbot

Next generation malware has flipped today’s threat landscape on its head. The wormable nature of new threats makes removal extremely difficult with reinfection often occurring moments after a system is cleaned. Emotet and Trickbot are two trojans that recently...

Don’t Flake on Resolutions for Your Business

It’s that time of year—the time when the “new” wears off and people with good intentions everywhere start to flake on their New Year’s resolutions. Business leaders are not immune—we can also get caught up in the hustle of day-to-day operations and lose sight of our...

Your Brain on Social Engineering

Article based on and adapted from Christopher Hadnagy’s “Science Behind Human Hacking” presentation at the Compass Cybersecurity Symposium, Twin River Event Center – 9/27/19 What is Social Engineering? Social engineering is the psychological manipulation of convincing...