Tag Archives: Hacking

3 Steps to Reducing Overwhelm

This is a guest blog post by Todd Kane, President of Evolved.
It seems like there’s never a shortage of things to do. How though, can you organize the endless stream of requests and to-dos? I have a few quick, actionable tactics to get you and your team feeling more in control of the work.
There are […]

Free Security Awareness Training for Non-Profits

This article was originally published on Simple Security’s website.  Read the original article here.
Incrementa’s sister-company, Simple Security, is ecstatic to announce our support for non-profits and charities – we’re making our online Security Awareness Training free to qualifying non-profits and charities forever.
Why? Simple: we want to make an impact and help other make their impact.
The Threat
What would happen to your […]

Wannacry Post-Mortem: Lessons for MSPs

This article was originally published on Simple Security’s website.  Read the original article here.
Now that the dust has settled, it’s time to do a post-mortem and see what lessons can be learned from the Wannacry outbreak.
Do we really understand the risk?
If you categorize Wannacry as simple ransomware, the impact wasn’t as bad as other outbreaks. […]

5 Easy, High Value Ways to Bolster Your IT Security

Find the original post here.
Every day, the headlines fill your customers with fear.  Companies shut down by ransomware. Hackers breaching defenses and stealing sensitive data.  Reputational attacks against businesses.  It’s overwhelming, massively stressful, and driving business leaders to ask what they need to do to reduce their risk.
What can a business do today to reduce […]

How the Cyber-Grinch Stole Christmas

He’s a mean one, Mr. Cyber-Grinch,
He really is a heel!
He’s here to steal Christmas,
And infect you as part of the deal!
His scams, they often catch
When for your tracking number you watch,
Or when you click on a link in an email
And to a fake website you dovetail.
Before you click on that link, just wait! 
Is it real […]

October’s Massive Cyber Attack: What You Need to Know

Last month there was a major Internet outage due to a cyber attack that affected many popular sites including Twitter, Spotify, Etsy, Shopify and more.  The downtime was caused by a (get ready for the jargon) distributed denial of service attack (DDoS) against DYN DNS (one of the biggest DNS providers) enabled by a horde […]

Time to clean up our cybersecurity streets

Cybersecurity 101: By not acting, you are putting us all at risk
What if I told you that by not protecting your business against cyber-attacks you were being selfish? Yes, selfish. Being a victim of a cyber-attack or fraud isn’t just your problem. It’s everyone’s problem. It’s time to stop being selfish. Close the door on malware, shut down […]