Hunger-Relief Group Unfortunately Successfully Attacked With the economy not doing exceptionally well, people’s wages for the year generally decreasing significantly, and the pandemic continuing at least for the short-term, not-for-profit budgets can be stretched rather thin. As these provide services based on their mission, these may need to be re-evaluated. One form of service desperately needed is food relief and pantries. One of these organizations is Philabundance. Of
Coffee tracking with blockchain Blockchain started as the backbone for BitCoin. This new technology has, however, proven to have many different applications due to its base function. Having the decentralized ledger allows for the data to be recorded once and not changed and accessed by the appropriate parties. The security features may also be upgraded with encryption. One application for this has been the supply chain. One company leveraging this has been the Orang Utan Coff
Ransomware is prevalent in the current landscape. Seemingly there are at least one or two attacks published every week. There are certainly many more successful attacks throughout the nation on commercial entities and consumers. There are many reasons for this, including the ease of use and the financial return on the resources used to execute the attack. The targets are varied, but have one thing in common-there is data or a system the target needs to have access to or use.
Sophos breached >>> You know it’s not going to be a good day when a cybersecurity company is breached. Cybersecurity companies are supposed to be the top tier and subject matter experts of cybersecurity. Since they are selling and marketing their services to other companies, one would infer their stance and defensive posture is without reproach. A recent issue with Sophos recently shown light on this. Sophos is a cybersecurity company, selling many services, located in the UK