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Protecting Your Assets: Lessons from the MGM & Caesar’s Recent Cyberattack

The recent cybersecurity breaches at MGM and Caesar’s demonstrate the critical need for robust cybersecurity measures. Cybercriminal groups used social engineering tactics to infiltrate these organizations, highlighting that even secure companies can fall victim to such attacks. Strengthening defenses through real-time monitoring, incident response, penetration testing, and employee training is essential to prevent similar breaches.

10 Tips to Better Spot Phishing Emails

Email phishing is surging, especially in the financial services sector, with attacks ranging from simple scams to sophisticated spear phishing campaigns. The best defense is educating end-users to recognize suspicious emails, focusing on ten common signs of phishing such as generic salutations, bad grammar, and urgent requests.

Critical Infrastructure Sectors Target of Cybersecurity Bill

Critical Infrastructure Sectors Target of Cybersecurity Bill

Earlier this month, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed a major piece of cybersecurity legislation. It requires companies in key sectors identified as critical infrastructure to report significant cyberattacks to the government within 72 hours. The legislation will have far-reaching impacts across most sectors. The introduction of the Strengthening American Cybersecurity Act of 2022 comes as […]

Anatomy of the Kaseya Ransomware Attack and How to Avoid the Headlines

Ransomware Attack

A breakdown of the Kaseya ransomware attack and how Coretelligent successfully evaded any impacts. The July 4th weekend Kaseya ransomware attack should be a warning to all organizations from small- and mid-sized businesses to multinational corporations. Not only did the attack compromise and exploit the Kaseya VSA product itself, but the hackers’ true focus and intention […]