What is HaaS (Hacking-as-a-Service)?

What is HaaS (Hacking-as-a-Service)?

Hacking has undergone quite a few changes as internet use and technology has advanced over the past two decades. The reputation of hackers has moved from lone wolf attacks to more organized targeting of big companies for massive ransoms that can cripple a company’s operations. The market for hackers to target big companies all over the world … Continued

Using Azure or AWS for Air Gap Protection

An off-site backup or air gap is a common practice where a company stores their data in a location other than their production space. The advantages of air gaps are that they provide better security and recovery of data in case a set of data is breached or damaged through environmental hazards or by having it ransomed by a hacker.   More recently, hackers are targeting specific companies by … Continued

Should You Use Azure or a Third-party Option for MFA?

At this point, every company knows it should be using Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) as a low security bar. With MFA, users need to pass two or more verification checkpoints to gain access to a system or software.   Microsoft now provides built-in MFA through Azure AD. It uses security defaults or conditional access policies to require MFA … Continued

The Future Of Ransomware

The Future of Ransomware Attacks If you’ve been reading the news lately, you’ve probably seen a lot of articles about ransomware attacks causing major business problems—but what are they exactly, and what do they do? Are only large companies susceptible to this cybercrime, or could it happen to anybody? Ransomware is a type of malware … Continued