According to the FBI’s latest statistics, over 4000 cyber attacks occur daily, with 46 of those attacks aimed at businesses of all sizes. That number is only growing, because hackers progress as quickly as new technologies, while cybersecurity experts, business owners, and victims struggle to keep up their defenses. It […]
The IFCPA proudly presented The Cyber Security Seminar for the Suncoast February Chapter Meeting on February 16th,2017. The seminar provided members and guest attendees an inside look at the current cyber terrain, and a look at how businesses can best protect themselves from internal and external threats. Special guest speaker […]
Abacode was pleased today to partner with ACG in presenting “A Discussion About Assessing Cyber Risk During Due Diligence” in Tampa, FL at the Centre Club. Cybersecurity was a topic chosen by the board due to its rising popularity in the media and increasing risk for businesses. Speakers included Jeremy […]
Abacode Cybersecurity has been recognized as one of the top 20 Government Technology Solution Providers of 2016 by CIOReview.
Today, there is an assumption of breach. It is the new normal. How ready are you, and how quickly can you detect and respond?
The launching of Abacode’s new managed network surveillance website enables the public to learn about Abacode’s managed network surveillance system.
Election day has come and gone, and left Americans with mixed feelings surrounding the outcome. Already, hackers are taking advantage of some Americans’ confusion about the election results by creating phishing emails targeting them. These emails seem to offer information about why Donald Trump won, or why Hilary Clinton won the popular vote and lost the election.
Cyber criminals have developed a fresh new strategy for grabbing some fast cash: extort hospitals for the lives of their patients.
With Election Day quickly approaching and rumors of a “rigged election” spreading, Americans can’t help but wonder if their election system is protected.
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