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Under the Radar: USB Vulnerability.

We think a lot about anti-virus, spam filters, phishing attempts, spyware, firewalls, complex passwords, and countless other cybersecurity measures and concerns. But what many of us rarely think about are the USB devices we’re plugging into our computers on a daily basis, giving these devices direct and often unfettered access to the soft underbellies of … Continue reading

Protecting Your “Internet of Things”

The WannaCry/Crypt attacks were a major wake-up call to the IT world that we are highly vulnerable when we’re careless. The ransomware attack should theoretically have failed, because the most recent Windows updates released a full month or two before the attack contained fixes which prevented WannaCry from working. So of course, in theory, everybody’s … Continue reading

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Austin Thomé

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