A Cyber Attack in the U.S. Mail?

Could you really lose one of your most important cyber assets because of something that you receive in the physical, postal, paper mail? Yes. No, we’re not talking about the recent ransomware attack against Pitney Bowes. We’re talking about one of the potentially most devastating cyber-attacks your business could suffer. It all starts with a [...]

Backup is boring. Ransomware is not.

We’ve noticed that after being hit by ransomware, there are generally two possible outcomes experienced by most organizations: inconvenience and devastation. Did you know you can choose which one happens to you? We’ve noticed a trend among the countless news stories about ransomware you’ve no doubt been exposed to recently. The contrast between how organizations [...]

Your Smart Home Can Be Hacked, But Can Your Business Automation?

Yes, it can. Let’s prevent it. The weekend’s local TV news headline read, “‘Felt so violated:’ Milwaukee couple warns hackers are outsmarting smart homes.” I’m sure it wasn’t pleasant. Someone was talking to them through their own security camera and cranking their thermostat up to 90 degrees. That’s beyond creepy. If you have any smart [...]

By |2019-10-23T11:39:39-05:00September 25th, 2019|automation, business continuity, hacking, privacy, security|0 Comments

You Thought You Could Trust This Popular Mobile App

Apps I download from Apple’s iTunes or Google’s Play Store are safe, right? Well, usually. However, here at Symphony Systems we’re always on the lookout for the exceptions, and here’s the latest one.   Who discovered what and when? Security researchers at Kaspersky announced no more than 24 hours ago the discovery of malware in [...]

By |2019-10-23T11:21:58-05:00August 29th, 2019|malware, mobile, privacy, security|0 Comments