Collateral Damage in Cyber Warfare

Hot on the heels of the infamous WannaCry ransomware attack came the less heralded and seemingly less consequential Petya cyberattack. WannaCry was big and bold, and obviously well named. Petya didn’t seem to measure up, and researchers noted that less than $10,000 was paid in ransom. However, it soon became apparent that Petya was not[…]

Cybersecurity Starts With Basics

One undeniable fact: the 2016 elections brought the word “cybersecurity” into the mainstream.  The problem that stemmed from that fact: nobody is actually sure what “cybersecurity” is.  And as a result, we spin our wheels or head off into differing directions. For all the tech talk, commentary, and promise of some incredible “save you from[…]