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NSA Makes Unprecedented Vulnerability Disclosure - Microsoft Vulnerability CVE-2020-0601

Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday has come again and, with it, another highly publicized vulnerability, CVE-2020-0601. This week’s notification is

Wawa's Data Breach

Reset the days without a major data breach back to zero. In the constantly evolving world of cybersecurity, it doesn’t look like the phrase above
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Sara Hudak | 12.23.2019

New Orleans Under State of Emergency Due to Ransomware Attack

The city of New Orleans continues to operate under a state of emergency following a devastating ransomware attack. The hack was discovered in the early

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

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Ryuk Ransomware Facts and Protections

Ransomware is a type of malicious software that either prevents access to existing files or to the computer entirely until a ransom is paid. It is so widespread

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

Six Cybersecurity Tips for the Holiday Shopping Season

Ho, ho, ho, hold on before clicking on that link advertising an amazing deal this holiday season. Phishing, that ever-present and ever-growing organizational

Louisiana Issues Filing Extension After Ransomware Attack

The state of Louisiana became the latest victim of a string of cybersecurity incidents involving government agencies when a ransomware attack impacted

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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

The Physical Side of Cybersecurity

At Schneider Downs, we always strive to uphold our responsibility to serve as trusted cybersecurity advisors to our clients and to the community at large.

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