eSudo Technology Solutions, Inc. Offers Expert Strategies for Mitigating Cybersecurity Threats Reference: eSudo Technology Solutions, Inc. Offers Expert Strategies for IT Service Providers on Mitigating Cybersecurity Threats (yahoo.com) SAN JOSE, CA – (NewMediaWire) – September 21, 2023 – Over 97% of American businesses in 2023, operating in a digitally-driven landscape, heavily rely on the Internet for […]
Citrix ShareFile is a very known software used by financial professionals, accountants, and law firms to store, transfer or share files with customers. In recent cybersecurity news, a critical vulnerability affecting Citrix ShareFile, has caught the attention of threat actors. This vulnerability tracked as CVE-2023-24489, has been categorized by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, […]
Is your CPA, Accounting Firm, and Business ready for the June 9th deadline? The FTC Safeguards Rule is a set of regulations that requires financial institutions to protect customer information from unauthorized access, use, or disclosure. The rule applies to accounting firms, mortgage lenders, payday lenders, and other businesses that provide financial services. The rule […]
On September 15, 2022, Uber (yes, the one we use to get around) was breached by social engineering. Why should this matter to you? “The hacker, who claimed to be 18 years old, told NYT he had sent a text message to an Uber employee and was able to persuade the staff member to reveal […]
With the conflict in Russia and Ukraine, eSudo wants to share some important information on how it could impact your businesses and life in the U.S. The FBI asked U.S. businesses and local governments to be mindful of the potential for ransomware attacks as the crisis between the Kremlin and Ukraine deepens. Since the Russian […]
This is an update to FLASH Number MI-000120-MW which was disseminated on March 26, 2020. As recently as November 2021, the FBI has observed the cyber criminal group known as FIN7 targeting the US defense industry with a package containing a fraudulent thank you letter, counterfeit Amazon gift card, and a USB device.
With the novel Coronavirus pandemic, many people are working from home and often with fewer security defenses on their home network that they would have in the office. For example, many people are using a wireless network that is not protected or network without any firewall at home.