Monthly Archives : February 2019

Dangerous USB Cable – Hacker Tool

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Some hackers are getting creative in getting into people’s system by leveraging USB cables that have a Wifi Card in them which hallway the hacker the ability to access remotely and be in your local system.  Once in the hacker can browse the network and servers at their leisure to capture any intellectual property without anyone knowing.  The only left over signature would be the local device the USB cable is plugged into.  It’s important to be mindful of the USB devices your are leveraging in your business community to ensure a better degree of security.  There are also system tools that can be installed on all systems to notify your local admin when a device of this nature is within the network.

 

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Sophos Mobile Management – Great Security Solution for Mobile Devices

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Just deployed this for over 200 mobile devices to ensure that a client has the ability to control all data.  This product was fairly easy to deploy and from a technical administrative perspective works very well.  Allows for a single interface to control everything….lots of features.

Sophos Mobile Security Free Edition

  • Protects your Android smartphones and tablets from malicious apps
  • Provides loss and theft protection with remote lock or locate (optional)
  • Uses our extensive SophosLabs threat intelligence to identify potential risks
  • Offers a Privacy Advisor which lets you see which apps can access personal data, create costs or access the Internet

Sophos Mobile Encryption

  • View and access encrypted files in cloud storage on your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch
  • Full integration with Dropbox for transparent use
  • Password protection allows simple and secure collaboration
  • Fully integrated with our SafeGuard Enterprise Encryption for Cloud Storage module
  • Additional features available via in-app purchasing

50 Arizona Local Businesses Breached

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Restaurants groups really need to get their technology together and secure their environments.  A data breach may have compromised the personal information of customers who patronized any of 50 Arizona businesses last month.  This affected certain restaurants and hotels between Jan. 3 and Jan. 24.  This affected businesses such as Chompie’s, Someburros, and Zipps Sports Grill.