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Petya - a new worldwide ransomware outbreak

Emily Moulder

A massive ransomware attack has hit businesses around the world, causing major companies to shut down their computer systems. Researchers are still investigating the software behind the attack, warning that it's more sophisticated than the WannaCry worm that struck hundreds of thousands of computers across the globe last month.

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Topics: Network Security

wannacry ransomware support for business in omaha

Emily Moulder

Most people heard about the new ransomware outbreak that disrupted systems worldwide in May known as WannaCryptor (otherwise known as WannaCry or Wcrypt). However, while most of us recognize its name, we don't know what it is, nor how to prevent ransomware in general. Here is a bit more information about both!

What is WannaCry?

WannaCry attacked at least 75,000 PCs within 24 hours effecting hospitals, schools, and offices worldwide. WannaCry used a flaw in Microsoft’s software found by the National Security Agency, which was consequently leaked to hackers and used to rapidly

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Topics: Network Security

What to do BEFORE your identity is stolen...

Lauren Hunter

How is it even possible for someone to steal your identity? Unfortunately, today, it is easy for a criminal to obtain your personal information. After your identity is stolen, not only can the criminal steal your money, they can apply for mortgages, file false medical claims, open lines of credit for fictitious businesses, and so much more. What can you do to protect yourself? Read on...

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Topics: Security Threats, Network Security

Network Security for Omaha Business

Chris Vilim

Are you concerned about network security? Worried that your Omaha business isn’t keeping up? The basic elements businesses used to employ to secure their systems and data, even three years ago, have changed. Review these four “new” network security basics below and see if you have kept pace.

1. Passwords and Logins

Thinking has evolved and continues to evolve on this topic. It’s not enough to simply have a complex password, it must be one that is unique among all of the passwords that you use.

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Topics: Network Security