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“Godless” Malware May Be on Your Android Device

“Godless” Malware May Be on Your Android Device

Trend Micro, a security intelligence agency, recently announced their discovery of a new form of malware, dubbed Godless, which can exploit any Android smartphone device not running on the latest software—specifically, those devices using 5.1 Lollipop or earlier. This malware can overtake the infected device, performing a number of illicit behaviors such as downloading unwanted […]

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Zika Update: Ways to Protect Your Employees

Zika Update: Ways to Protect Your Employees

Zika virus has been top of mind for many as it continues to spread at an alarming rate. Currently, there are 50 countries with active Zika transmission, ranging from sporadic to increasing or widespread. The growing concern around this outbreak has caused many to cancel or look for alternatives to their business plans in an […]

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How One Customer Is Taking Part in America’s PrepareAthon!

How One Customer Is Taking Part in America’s PrepareAthon!

America’s PrepareAthon! is a year-round, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)-sponsored grassroots campaign which seeks to increase the number of individuals, organizations, and communities who understand how to prepare for and respond to the specific disasters more likely to occur in their areas. In the spring and fall each year, a national day of action—called National […]

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Terrorism Response Considerations in the Wake of International Attacks

Terrorism Response Considerations in the Wake of International Attacks

On the morning of March 22, 2016, commuters in Brussels fell victim to several coordinated terrorist attacks. Terrorists detonated two bombs at the Zaventem airport and one at the Maelbeek metro, killing 31 people and injuring hundreds more. The terrorists involved have ties to ISIL—which claims responsibility for the attacks—and it is assumed the attacks are […]

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Privacy vs. National Security: What the FBI-Apple Showdown Could Mean for Your Business

Privacy vs. National Security: What the FBI-Apple Showdown Could Mean for Your Business

In an unprecedented move, a federal judge ordered Apple to help the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) break into an iPhone used by Syed Farook, one of the killers in the San Bernardino, California, shootings. The FBI has been unable to access information on his employer-supplied mobile device, since Farook enabled a security feature on […]

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