Entries by Ashlyn Burgett

Think Like a Hacker: Common Vulnerabilities Found in Wireless Pen Tests

From hand-held wireless devices to wireless networks, your organization probably depends on the convenience and accessibility of wireless devices to conduct business – but wireless devices are just as likely as any other technology to be compromised by hackers. Do you know what vulnerabilities your wireless devices, applications, and networks are up against? In this […]

Disney+ Plagued by Credential Stuffing

Streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, HBO Now, and Prime Video have revolutionized the way people consume television and movies – and Disney is the latest company to join the craze with its newly-released and much-anticipated Disney+ streaming service. With more than 10 million users creating accounts within the first day the service was rolled out, […]

CCPA Roadmap for Compliance

The California Consumer Privacy Act will go into effect on January 1, 2020, which gives organizations who have yet to start their compliance efforts less than three months to prepare for the enforcement of the new data privacy law. While ensuring compliance with a new legal requirement is never easy and is often stressful, we’ve […]

What Should You Really Be Penetration Testing?

Pen testing is a valuable investment for any organization – it’s a critical line of defense used to protect and secure your sensitive assets from malicious outsiders. But for organizations that have never undergone pen testing, or for those who have never even heard of penetration testing before, it’s understandable why you would have questions […]

Breach Report 2019 – October

Every month there is headline after headline reporting about new data breaches. Whether it’s a ransomware attack, a negligent employee opening a phishing email, or a state-sponsored attack, millions of individuals are impacted by data breaches and security incidents on a regular basis. Let’s take a look at some of the top data breaches that […]