Digital Industry

Cybersecurity and Hacking

Cybersecurity Awareness Month – Webinars

  The DI Team has joined the global effort to promote awareness for online safety and privacy ...

How to Know if Your Microsoft Email Account Has Been Compromised

With the exodus from your business office to your home office, some vital security items like your business grade firewall, email prefiltering, and your ...

Coronavirus Scams – Bogus Claims & Counterfeit Websites

Cybercriminals are using today’s fast-moving events to scam businesses and the public by claiming to be legitimate organizations with ...

Homeland Security Warns Businesses To Prepare For Iranian Cyberattacks

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued an alert on Monday, January 6, 2020, urging U.S. businesses to ...

Data Breaches Continue With Three New High Profile Cases

As 2019 draws to a close, we can say definitively that the year has been another record-breaking one where data breaches are concerned. Hackers around the world have been busy in recent ...

Apply Security Update To Protect Against Nvidia Vulnerability

Have you downloaded the NVIDIA GeForce Experience (GFE) app? It's a helper app designed to work in tandem with GeForce GTX graphics cards. It is designed to automate the process of keeping ...

New Orleans Shuts Down After Ransomware Attack

Things aren't so easy in the Big Easy right now. The city of New Orleans has suffered a ransomware attack. As a result, most of the city's servers and computers are currently ...

Watch Out For Large Amounts of Scams This Holiday Season

The 2019 Holiday Season is officially upon us, and unfortunately, that means that scammers around the world are ramping up for another busy season. Deals are abound on Black Friday and Cyber ...

Security Issues Found In Several VNC Applications

Microsoft RDP has its share of problems. That simple truth has sparked the rise of a number of open-source VNC (Virtual Network Computing) applications, which allow a user to remotely control another ...

New Cryptomining Malware Targets Windows Computers

Since October 2018, Microsoft engineers have been tracking a new strain of malware specifically designed to target Windows machines. As malware goes, this one isn't particularly dangerous. It's not designed to mass ...