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Your Worst Nightmare: Fileless Malware Attack

Your Worst Nightmare: Fileless Malware Attack "By now, everyone pretty much knows what malware is and how it works: Victims receive an email telling them that if they just open the attached PDF, their entire life will morph into heaven on earth. Or they get an email telling them that [...]

Your Worst Nightmare: Fileless Malware Attack 2018-08-29T17:11:57+00:00

Google killed 700,000 malicious apps in the Play Store in 2017

If it seems like every day there is news of a malicious Android app being removed from the Google Play Store, your assumption is actually wrong. It’s closer to 2,000 apps per day. Hundreds of malicious apps are showing up on the Google Play Store, disguised as legitimate applications. These [...]

Google killed 700,000 malicious apps in the Play Store in 2017 2018-07-17T22:52:52+00:00

Cryptojacking Up By 8500% in 2017!

What is Cryptojacking? Cryptocurrency is fueling a new kind of cyber attack: cryptojacking. Cryptojacking is the secret use of your computing device to mine cryptocurrency. According to Symantec, Cryptojacking attcks exploded by 8500% in 2017 with Symantec logging 1.7 million in December alone. With only a couple lines of code, [...]

Cryptojacking Up By 8500% in 2017! 2018-05-16T03:34:49+00:00

SamSam Ransomware Attack & The City of Atlanta

SamSam Ransomware Attack on the City of Atlanta's Government Systems City officials in Atlanta, Georgia are still trying to recover 10 days after a ransomware attack on municipal computer systems hit at least five out of 13 departments, knocking out some city services and forcing others to revert to paper [...]

SamSam Ransomware Attack & The City of Atlanta 2018-04-02T17:00:27+00:00

Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning

Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning Your business’s critical data is always at risk. What kind of risks? How about natural disasters, human errors, hardware failures, and malicious attacks… for starters?! As an informed business owner, you take all the precautionary measures to prevent disasters from happening by keeping your [...]

Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning 2018-01-15T14:42:43+00:00

Grow your medical practice, pain free

Grow your medical practice, pain free!   "Growing pain is an unavoidable part of growth", we're all told so. It's easy to simply believe  this old saying and suffer through growth stage. It's a bit hard, however, to pause and think if there’s anything that you could do to ease [...]

Grow your medical practice, pain free 2015-06-04T03:23:41+00:00

HIPAA Enforcement – Breaches and Random Audits

HIPAA Enforcement - Breaches and Random Audits Odds of having a HIPAA audit by OCR (Office for Civil Rights) in 2014 or 2015: The good news is OCR announced in February that they will be conducting only 1200 HIPAA audits in 2014 which is really nothing when there are 700,000 [...]

HIPAA Enforcement – Breaches and Random Audits 2018-01-15T14:42:43+00:00

3 ways to get your HIPAA Security Risk Assessment (Soft Audit) done

3 ways to get your HIPAA Security Risk Assessment (Soft Audit) done What are the latest buzz words in the healthcare industry? You guessed it, HIPAA Omnibus rules, HIPAA penalties, and of course HIPAA audits. Minimum fine increasing from $10,000.00 to $50,000.00 per violation!!! Is that for REAL? Unfortunately it [...]

3 ways to get your HIPAA Security Risk Assessment (Soft Audit) done 2018-01-15T14:42:43+00:00

Managed IT services for SMB

as a subsidiary of ePossible, ocITsolutions has been focused on delivering professional Managed IT services to Orange County Businesses for over 15 years. We have helped many businesses from a variety of industries save on IT expenses while increasing efficiency and system reliability. Managed IT solutions can be custom designed [...]

Managed IT services for SMB 2018-01-15T14:42:43+00:00

Windows XP security risks for SMBs

Windows XP security risks for SMBs is greater than what most businesses think… A three-month survey of 5,000 SMBs shows that 18 percent of businesses were still conducting their daily business using Windows XP even after the April 8th support cut-off date. […]

Windows XP security risks for SMBs 2018-01-15T14:42:44+00:00