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ImageQuest, Dex Imaging and Kofax host Predators event

Tickets to a pre-season Nashville Predators game was a highlight of an event hosted Monday afternoon by ImageQuest, Dex Imaging and Kofax. Participants heard brief talks about how they can improve their information security measures then attended an NHL pre-season game between the Predators and the Florida Panthers. Networking and discussions continued in the Dex …

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ImageQuest participates in GLAHU Fall Forum

Our CEO Milton Bartley presenting as the fictitious CEO of “Ransomware, Inc.” Our Jay Mallory staffed our booth at the event. The “CEO” of fictitious “Ransomware, Inc.” presented today at the Greater Louisville Association of Health Underwriters’ Fall Forum. The presentation by our CEO, Milton Bartley, was part of ImageQuest’s participation at this professional education …

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How hackers use passwords to break in to your systems

A identity security manager at Microsoft recently wrote a blog post talking about how hackers use passwords to try to break in to systems using Microsoft programs. Called “Your Pa$$word doesn’t matter,” the piece by Microsoft’s Alex Weinert walks through various ways hackers use passwords. The list above represents the top 10 passwords hackers test …

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Another IoT concern: Hackers target printers, VOIP to access networks

Russia-linked hackers are gaining access to network systems through poorly configured devices, such as office printers and VOIP phones, BankInfoSecurity.com reports. It’s another warning related to “Internet of Things” devices. The hackers are thought to be part of the Russian group known as “FancyBear” or APT 28 (Advanced Persistent Threat 28.) APT 28 is infamous …

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Four Louisiana school districts hit with cyber attacks

Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards declared a state of emergency last week after three school districts’ IT systems were locked up by ransomware. A fourth district reported experiencing unspecified “activity” this week and shut down its phone lines and email, the Advocate of Baton Rouge reported. IT systems were completely locked up by ransomware last …

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Mayors Conference resolves to stop paying ransoms to hackers

  In an effort to “de-incentivize” hackers attacking municipalities with an increasing amount of ransomware the U.S. Conference Mayors issued a resolution to stop paying ransoms. At least 170 county, city, or state government systems have experienced a ransomware attack since 2013, and that 22 of them had occurred so far this year, the mayors’ …

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