AT&T Attack Reveals 73 Million Customer Records Exposed On The Dark Web

At this point it shouldn’t surprise any of us. But this news had many of our jaws dropping! The largest telecommunications company in the United States, AT&T, released a statement revealing the discovery of a dataset for sale on the “dark web”. The dataset contained information for approximately 7.6 million current AT&T account holders and 65.4 million former users, totaling around 73 million affected accounts.

Suspect Your Computer Has Been Hacked? Do These 5 Things Now!

The initial reaction when you suspect your computer or network has been compromised is to panic. However, if your network has been breached, what you do next can make a world of difference between the incident being a minor inconvenience and being a devastating disaster, bringing you legal trouble and huge fines and halts your ability to do business.

Beware Of Cybersquatters!

This seems to be a frequent trend. Sometimes it happens so often that we almost gloss over it. Have you ever searched for a specific website but landed on a completely different site after misspelling a letter or two in the URL? This slight and deceptive tactic is known as cybersquatting.

How IT Support Companies Charge For Their Services

KRS is here to answer one of the most common questions we get from new clients: “What do you charge for your IT services?” So let’s get down to the nitty gritty, and discuss
the actual fees.

The price ranges provided are industry averages based on a recent IT industry survey, conducted by a well-known and trusted independent consulting firm, Service Leadership.

New And Urgent Bank Account Fraud Alert

The infamous Xenomorph Android malware, known for targeting 56 European banks in 2022, is back. But now, it is back, in full force targeting US banks, financial institutions and cryptocurrency wallets.

The cyber security and fraud detection company, ThreatFabric has called this one of the most advanced and dangerous Android malware variants they’ve seen.

Compliance Confused

As we mentioned previously during one of our Cyber Security month’s article regarding compliance, it can be somewhat overwhelming to deal or follow these proper guidelines. Where do you start?! Which compliance should you focus on first, or which of these are even obtainable, so to avoid any future legal issues?! No worries! We can help clarify and at least steer you in the proper direction on what certifications are best to focus on.