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Brian Krebs Sheds Light on Cybercrime at Pittsburgh’s Premiere Cybersecurity Event

On December 9, 2019, I was honored to represent the Pittsburgh Chapter of ISACA and Schneider Downs as the leader of Pittsburgh’s Information Security

Russian Hackers Indicted in Pittsburgh

Two Russian nationals, Maksim Yakubets and Igor Turashev, were indicted in Pittsburgh on December 5th, for involvement in international multimillion-dollar

Questions to Ask Before Ransomware Hits Your Business

In the past, a ransomware attack would target a single computer and ask the victim for $500. But now, what we see during our own cyber-incident response

Capital One Data Breach Exposes 100 Million Records to Seattle Hacker

Barely a week after the Equifax data breach was settled for nearly $650 million dollars, there appears to be news of an almost equally large mega-breach
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The Dichotomy of Cybersecurity in Higher Education

Cybersecurity in the higher education (Higher Ed) realm faces many challenges. Unlike corporate entities, there may be many groups outside of central IT

Using Your Mail Server Against You

Occasionally on penetration testing/ethical hacking engagements we encounter misconfigured mail servers which creates an opportunity to either gather information

Better Understanding PCI Penetration Testing Requirements

If your company takes credit cards, you may be wondering if you are required to have a penetration test. In the past, it had been voluntary, but with PCI

Understanding Cyberthreats in our Energy Infrastructure

Cybercrime Motive Most cyberattacks are simply motivated by money – revenue from cybercrime has reached nearly $1.5 trillion per year. The majority
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Don't Acquire the Data Breach - The Importance of Cybersecurity and Information Technology Due Diligence

Co-Authored by: Eric Fair As businesses evolve through mergers and acquisitions (M&A), the ever-changing technology landscape continues to provide

What You Need to Know About the Ohio Data Protection Act

What Is the Ohio Data Protection Act? On August 3, 2018, Ohio Governor John Kasich signed the Ohio Data Protection Act (“the Act”) into law.
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