Don’t Overlook the Security Risks of Your Mobile Devices

As of early 2015, more than half of all emails were opened on mobile devices. While many of these emails are personal correspondences, more and more companies are doing business on mobile devices as well. Some companies even provide work-specific smartphones to their employees from which to do business. Unfortunately, many companies are woefully unprepared… Read more »

Mitigate Damage From Hackers With an Early-Warning System

As we wrap up Cybersecurity awareness month, Arizona political leaders recently quoted British journalist Misha Glenny as saying, “There are two types of organizations, ones that were hacked and ones that don’t know they were hacked.” The DynDNS DDoS attack was certainly a reminder of how interconnected we are, and how reliant we are on… Read more »

Cut Cost and Reduce Risk With Virtualization Services

If you’re a business owner, you know that the best way to grow your business is to keep costs low while keeping your team motivated and supplied with everything they need to succeed. That’s why CyberTrails is here to help with all of your virtualization needs. Virtualization services can help you minimize expenses and reduce… Read more »

Microsoft Rolls Out Privacy-Oriented German Data Centers

Since it was first launched in 2010, Microsoft’s cloud computing platform Azure has been adopted by thousands of businesses around the globe. Today, Azure is one of the most successful cloud computing platforms in the world. In spite of its widespread appeal, however, some organizations have been reluctant to use Azure due to lingering concerns… Read more »

FBI Officials Prepare for Potential Election Hacks

Private enterprises aren’t the only organizations that fall victim to cybersecurity breaches. In recent years, a number of government agencies have proven themselves to be every bit as vulnerable as well. Last week, the FBI confirmed that hackers based in Russia were responsible for two security breaches in state voter registration databases. One of these… Read more »

EFF Calls for Microsoft To “Come Clean” With Its Users

Since Windows 10 was launched just over a year ago, Microsoft has undertaken an aggressive campaign to encourage users to upgrade to its latest operating system. The company offered free upgrades to Windows 7 and 8.1 users, and asserted that Windows 10 offered superior security and performance. In many people’s minds, however, the company’s efforts… Read more »

FDIC Under Fire for Lax Cybersecurity Protocols

This week Lawrence Gross, chief information and privacy officer of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp (FDIC), testified before the House Science, Space and Technology oversight subcommittee about seven security breaches that have occurred in the agency since October 2015. In total, the security breaches could have compromised sensitive personal information about more than 160,000 Americans…. Read more »

Beware of the Business Email Compromise Scam

As many as 4 million people, organizations and businesses are scammed every year, and as technology evolves, so do the scams. The latest scheme to hit the Internet is the business email compromise scam. What is so dangerous about this scam, and how can companies avoid it? Read on and stay protected. The Scheme  According… Read more »

Protecting Your Privacy in Windows 10

Windows 10 comes with many benefits and technological advances that users are quickly taking advantage of. This free and easy-to-use upgrade to the Windows operating system features the return of the Start menu and allows users to multitask like they’ve never been able to before. Window 10 also comes integrated with its own personal assistant… Read more »