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10 Ways to Secure Your Network and Prepare For an Attack

Password management Strong passwords are crucial when it comes to network protection. Attackers frequently try to steal employee credentials or use leaked passwords found on the dark web to gain network access. Companies should require employees to use strong and complex passwords or passphrases with capital letters, numbers, and special characters because they are much harder to crack with brute force. Using a different password for each system decreases the likelihood of attackers successfully reusing leaked passwords or stolen credentials. Using a password manager is a great way to keep track of your different passwords. Multifactor Authentication (MFA) Multifactor authentication

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Increased Ransomware Attacks During Peak Agriculture Times

The FBI noted ransomware attacks during these seasons against six grain cooperatives during the fall 2021 harvest and two attacks in early 2022 that could impact the planting season by disrupting the supply of seeds and fertilizer. The Attacks that Occurred: In March 2022, a multi-state grain company suffered a Lockbit 2.0 ransomware attack. In addition to grain processing, the company provides seed, fertilizer, and logistics services, which are critical during the spring planting season. In February 2022, a company providing feed milling and other agricultural services reported two instances in which an unauthorized actor gained access to some of

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What is the Microsoft Exchange Attack?

What is the Microsoft Exchange Attack?

By now you’ve probably heard about the Microsoft Exchange hack, or the Hafnium attack—a cybersecurity cautionary tale circulating the news. But for many businesses around the globe, the attack is more than a story: it’s at their back door.

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