Are You Prepared for Windows 11/Server 2022?

Are You Prepared for Windows 11/Server 2022?

Windows 11 is a free upgrade for anyone using Windows 10, as Microsoft is delivering this new update in phases. The plan is for all compatible PCs to have the opportunity to update to Windows 11 by the middle of 2022. While Microsoft will continue to support Windows 10 through 2025, it's a good idea to learn about all of the changes to help you determine if it's worth making the switch.

BREAKING NEWS: Critical Risk To Unpatched End-Of-Life SRA & SMA 8.X Remote Access Devices


Through the course of collaboration with trusted third parties, including Mandiant, SonicWall has been made aware of threat actors actively targeting Secure Mobile Access (SMA) 100 series and Secure Remote Access (SRA) products running unpatched and end-of-life (EOL) 8.x firmware in an imminent ransomware campaign using stolen credentials.

BREAKING NEWS: Kaseya Hit with “Sophisticated Cyberattack” 4th of July Weekend

URGENT: In recent news over the weekend, a large Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM) vendor has been hit with Ransomware. Not only has this attack affected several MSPs across the globe, but it has also trickled down to their clients.

The purpose of this message is to communicate that Network Access does not use any of the affected software, or any other software suites offered by Kaseya.

5 Reasons Why Ransomware is so Rampant Right Now

Ransomware attacks continue to pose significant risks against all types of businesses. These cybercriminals use a variety of methods to trick unsuspecting employees into downloading ransomware and encrypting valuable information. Understanding how to stay proactive against these threats is essential in keeping your business safe.

Impact of Ubiquiti’s Data Breach

Ubiquiti is one of the leading vendors of Internet of Things (IoT) devices on the cloud. Unfortunately, Ubiquiti was the victim of a data breach that exposed confidential information from customer accounts. A whistleblower within the company accuses Ubiquiti of massively downplaying the incident to reduce the hit to their stock price.