May 2023

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Less than 12 Months Left Until the PCI DSS v4.0 Implementation Deadline

PCI DSS 4.0 is a game-changer for data security. It will transform the future of retail & e-commerce and make it imperative for businesses to prioritize being PCI DSS compliant. This new standard aims to prevent data breaches and safeguard sensitive customer information. In 2022, the average cost of a data breach was 5.97 million […]

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Stressed Students: Educators Struggle to Support Learners Amid Mental Health Crisis

Stressed Students: Educators Struggle to Support Its Learners Amid Mental Health Crisis

The problem is clear – students are stressed and suffering from poor mental health, and the statistics are worsening. Teachers and counselors are overwhelmed with student behavioral and emotional problems. Because of this, educators often find themselves reacting to student mental health crises instead of being proactive.   While we know the pandemic did not

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What We Learned from the FiXS Attack: Secure Remote Access Defends ATMs

The recent FiXS malware attack on a bank ATM in Mexico proves criminals are becoming more and more sophisticated by the day. FiXS is the new threat – an advanced ATM malware used in a series of attacks across Mexico. Since February, these attacks have allowed cybercriminals to access cash on demand from targeted ATMs

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K-12 Ransomware Attacks: 3 Ways You Can Prevent Costly Attacks on Schools

The number of ransomware attacks against K-12 networks continues to rise, and even more worrying is the fact that schools are paying the ransom. Ransomware attacks involve malware that encrypts important files on a victim’s computer or network that will not be released until schools pay. Unfortunately, criminals have learned that districts will pay, so

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