Jennifer Moreno | October 13, 2020
As professional and personal activities intermix on mobile devices, IT professionals and business owners must review the new work environment as a new set of potential vulnerabilities. In week two of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, REDW Cybersecurity Senior Manager Jennifer Moreno covers six core security steps for mobile devices, and the essential elements of a cybersecurity awareness education program. Read more. Read More
Jennifer Moreno | October 6, 2020
Whether your organization was ready for remote work or not—and as businesses continue to modify practices and normalize “work from anywhere” conditions—it’s not too late to check if your connections are truly secure, and to make sure your team is up to speed on cyber smart practices. REDW Senior Manager of Cybersecurity Jennifer Moreno is here to help you run a confidence check. Read more. Read More
Jennifer Moreno | March 26, 2020
Your health and finances are not the only thing currently at risk. With masses of employees working from home, cyber scams are on the rise and un-secure home network environments make companies vulnerable. REDW has some important security recommendations. Read more. Read More
Jennifer Moreno | October 24, 2019
In recent years, medical devices, such as electronic health records (EHR) systems and advanced bed and fall monitors, have played a key role in health care settings, with the average hospital room containing nearly 15-20 connected devices. Though some of these devices run on onsite operating systems, others contain external vulnerabilities that put hospitals at a greater risk for data breaches. Read more. Read More
Jennifer Moreno | October 4, 2019
According to a recent American Medical Association (AMA) survey, 83 percent of medical practices have suffered a cyberattack, putting sensitive patient data and their practice’s reputation at risk. In fact, cyberattacks targeting health care technology systems have more than doubled in the last five years. Read more. Read More
Jennifer Moreno | August 29, 2018
Be on the lookout for a current cyberattack that tries to trick you into giving up your Microsoft Office 365 (O365) username and password.
This attack tries to steal your Microsoft® Office 365® (O365) login credentials so that criminals can access anything you have stored in O365. This could include your email, OneDrive files, and anything you’ve put in the cloud. An attacker sends a fraudulent email that contains links to an authentic-looking (but fake) O365 login page designed to steal your credentials.
Read more to access a training and inforgraphic on how to spot fraudulent emails seeking your O365 credentials. Read More