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JR Computer Experts

Cyber & Computer Forensic Professionals

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Did you know?

• 38% of malicious attachments are masked as one Microsoft Office type of file or another.

• Cyber criminals managed to exploit the credit cards of 48% of Americans back in 2016.

• The global cost of online crime is expected to reach $6 trillion by 2021.


*Average daily spam volume for May 2019: 366.51 Billion*


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Proactive Cybersecurity

Solutions

JR Computer Experts connects the dots of an attack so you know who is involved, what assets are at risk, and how the attack is unfolding

 

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Digital Forensics & Incident Response

Data breaches and theft are reported daily, and hackers continue to find ways to attack data, in spite of tools and strategies to tighten data security. Every business should plan for the unexpected, including a data breach that can hurt your brand, customer confidence, reputation and, ultimately, your business!

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Computer Security & Network Defense

Computer network defense is primarily a form of cybersecurity and an information assurance measure for securing military and government information systems from threatening cyber attacks and intrusions.

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Cyber Security Readiness Assessment

Based on years of expertise. We designed and built a unique, on-site, professional assessment that provides clear and tangible insights of an organizations cyber defense capabilities. We evaluate a client’s security readiness and provide a roadmap of remedial actions.

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Latest Cyber News

You could be a target and not even know it!

Cyber News Today

6/22/2019

•The U.S. is reportedly stepping up its ffensive cyber attacks against Russia's power grid. Sources told the New York Times that the new efforts are a quiet effort to respond to Russia's meddling in the 2018 midterm elections.

•The U.S. Department of Homeland Security released an advisory urging Microsoft users to patch all of their products. The government warned users against the potential exploitation of a "wormable" bug Microsoft disclosed in May.

•A security researcher was able to access and publicly post more than seven million Venmo transactions. The researcher says it was all done to urge users to set their accounts to private on the money-sending app.

•Several malicious Android apps have been able to bypass two-factor authentication. Once logging into some other apps installed on the users' phone, these apps attempt to steal Bitcoin.

•Two new class-action lawsuits allege that Amazon's Alexa devices unknowingly record small children's voices. The suit claims this is illegal because minors cannot consent to having their voices recorded.

•Cisco disclosed several critical vulnerabilities this week in a variety of their products, including DNA Center and SD-WAN.

•New malware is targeting cryptocurrency exchange employees using Windows and Mac systems. The attacks exploit a zero-day vulnerability in Mozilla Firefox that Mozilla patched earlier this week.

•The Florida city of Riviera paid $600,000 to hackers who infected their computer system with ransomware. The attack apparently originated from a phishing email one employee opened.


 

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