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ImageQuest recommends companies ban the use of TikTok app

ImageQuest recommends that our clients and other organizations ban the use of TikTok on company devices. We strongly recommend not creating a company account. China-based ByteDance owns TikTok, and we’ve seen numerous reports that the app appears problematic from a security and privacy perspective. For example: In January 2020, researchers found the app could allow …

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ImageQuest promotes Mason Funderburg to Security Operations Engineer

Mason Funderburg, Lead Client Support Specialist for ImageQuest, has been promoted to Security Operations Engineer. Mason joins ImageQuest’s Security Operations team led by SecOps Architect Damian King. Mason started with ImageQuest in 2020 as an IT Support Specialist II, then was promoted to Field Tech 10 months later. Seven months ago, he was named Lead …

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Meet a Cybercriminal accused of hacking Kaseya

Polish authorities arrested 22-year-old Ukranian Yaroslav Vasinskyi on Oct. 8 in connection with attacks on software provider Kaseya and others. In an indictment a month later, the U.S. Department of Justice accused Vasinskyi of unleashing Sodinokibi/REvil ransomware on Kaseya and other victims. Vasinkyi and a co-defendant, 28-year-old Russian Yevgeniy Polyanin, “deployed some of the internet’s …

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Our IT New Year’s resolutions: Worry less about ransomware, phishing

Here’s a New Year’s resolution for you: Worry less about ransomware. Ha! you say, impossible! Well, not if you take certain steps. And if your internal IT team is stretched thin (hello, log4j) some steps might have been missed. We have a checklist to help you achieve this New Year’s resolution – and for another …

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CISA recommends establishing secure Web browsing

Have you heard of the term “malvertising”? As the “mal” in the name suggests, it’s another problem to be wary of online. The U.S. Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) defines it as “the use of malicious or hijacked website advertisements to spread malware. … It bypasses built-in browser protections against pop-ups and forced redirects …

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