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Bad news: hackers and threats thrived and even evolved amid the global coronavirus pandemic.
Several GTS clients have received emails from a “professional” photographer or illustrator, claiming you have copyrighted images on your website. This is a SCAM.
An arbitrary code execution vulnerability security flaw has been found in Google’s Chrome browser.
“Together for a better internet” is the motto of Safer Internet Day, celebrated on February 9, to remind us of the importance of responsible use of internet-enabled devices.
COVID-19 vaccine-themed phishing emails may include subject lines that make reference to vaccine registration, information about vaccine coverage, locations to receive the vaccine, ways to reserve a vaccine, and vaccine requirements.
The team at Green Technology Services is pleased to have donated Thanksgiving Dinners to 10 needy families.
Green Technology Services assembled support baskets for local breast cancer patients as October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is currently tracking an unknown malicious cyber actor who is spoofing the Small Business Administration (SBA) COVID-19 loan relief webpage via phishing emails.
With “Social Distancing” becoming the new norm, social interaction needs to go digital. We have suggestions to help.
Wipe your devices between users and wash your hands often. Keep your hands away from your mouth, nose, and eyes.
New gadgets make your home smarter and more efficient but it’s still up to you to learn how to secure the connected devices throughout your smart home.
Various threat actors are taking advantage of the global concern over the recent coronavirus.
2019 was a record breaking year for a variety of computer malware. Here is a brief overview of the most prevalent threat actors.
The Equifax Data Breach resulted in a settlement but now scammers are targeting victims for a second time.
According to the FBI, cyber-attacks against schools have become more common. Cyber-attacks have the greatest impact when the schools are ill-prepared.
With the Easter holiday approaching, there are reports of holiday e-card scams targeting New Jersey residents and agencies.
It is that time again for tax season, which means it is also a great time for threat actors to target taxpayers and their data.
The NJCCIC has observed phishing emails containing a clickable blue box attempting to be delivered to NJ State employee email accounts.
This phishing prevention infographic shows some key things to look for in order to identify a potential phishing attempt.
Web and mobile device users may be unaware of their less obvious bad online habits, and it could be putting them at greater risk for cyber attacks.
Lately, there have been many cases of fraud, especially on online accounts. As such, it is crucial to add an extra layer of security to your accounts. If you are wondering how to do that, we’ll explain.