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SEC Issues Cybersecurity Alert After WannaCry Spreads Worldwide

SEC Issues Cybersecurity Alert After WannaCry Spreads Worldwide

Due to the worldwide ransomware attack, WannaCry, which began spreading to over 150 countries on May 12, 2017, the SEC issued a cybersecurity ransomware alert on May 17, 2017. According to the Risk Alert, hackers are using Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol, Windows Server Message Block version 1, phishing emails and malicious websites in order to […]

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Healthcare Providers Required to Implement Emergency Action Plans

Healthcare Providers Required to Implement Emergency Action Plans

In September of 2016 the Federal Register announced a new regulation: Emergency Preparedness Requirements for Medicare and Medicaid Participating Providers and Suppliers. This regulation was created in order to ensure that every healthcare provider has implemented an emergency preparedness plan for both natural and man-made disasters. Failure to implement an Emergency Action Plan  (EAP) by […]

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San Bernardino School Shooting Sparks Need for School Safety Plans and Active Shooter Trainings

San Bernardino School Shooting Sparks Need for School Safety Plans and Active Shooter Trainings

School Safety has always been a priority, however because school related violence is so unpredictable, it can seem challenging for schools to be 100% prepared for a potential attack. Monday, April 10th, an elementary school in San Bernardino, California fell victim to a school shooting. A man came into the school where he shot and killed his estranged wife along […]

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Gmail Phishing Scam

Gmail Phishing Scam

A new, highly-effective phishing scam has been discovered by security researchers and it has continued to gain popularity among hackers over the past year. Due to the popularity of the scam, it has began to target other services aside from its original target, Gmail. The issue with this scam is that even highly experienced technical users […]

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