Of Target, Anthem and WP Engine – Have you been involved in a corporate breach? Here is what to do!

Aside from heading up content for Reason Core Security, the best anti-malware solution on the whole dang planet!, in my spare time I dabble in website development. I’m an avid WordPress fan as you may have noticed from our blog. Scaling both the security and WordPress-o-sphere, I’m well aware of the security issues that WordPress can have. That’s why I have numerous security plugins enabled … Continue reading Of Target, Anthem and WP Engine – Have you been involved in a corporate breach? Here is what to do!

Our Predictions for the Top Cyber Security Trends in 2016 – Part I

Do you ever wish you had a crystal ball? You know, the kind you wave your hands over in some mysterious way to see the future? Yeah, that would be kind of nice wouldn’t it? You sure could make a lot of money if you had an inkling of who’d win the Superbowl in a few months. Or better yet, if we could divine the … Continue reading Our Predictions for the Top Cyber Security Trends in 2016 – Part I

It’s Not all About the Money – The Top Reasons People Hack Aside from Cash

The word is already out that the average hacker makes a lot of money. And we’re talking a LOT of money, not just “pretty good for a days work” kind of money. A new report from security firm Trustwave concluded that the net gain from a typical Trojan or ransomware attack puts about $85K back into the pockets of its perpetrators for every $5K invested. … Continue reading It’s Not all About the Money – The Top Reasons People Hack Aside from Cash