You have been hacked in the past, you are quite likely being hacked right now. Though the purpose is rarely destruction, are you ready for that scenario if it arises?Read More
Sakurada claims "I've been independent since I was 25 and have always directed my staff and secretaries to do that kind of thing, I've never used a computer!"Read More
A brand new virus variant, was unknown to virustotal.com before we submitted it. Despite this, it already has pretty good protection coverage, 36 of 56 antivirus products classify it as a virus.Read More
Yesterday, Thursday October 25th, LARG*net's admin network firewalls blocked about 200,000 attacks. This amounts to just internet background noise.Read More
Security is a pyramid: it is very simple to stop the large number of bots and low skilled hackers at the bottom of the pyramid and increasingly complicated to stop the small number of skilled attackers at the top. The following 10 steps require more skill to implement as you go down the list but are increasingly resistant to skilled attackers. Ideally, you'd complete all 10 steps.Read More
The awesome folks at SANS and the Canadian government offer free policy templates and guidelines to use and modify to your own needs. There’s no excuse for not having policies anymore.Read More
Today the Minister of National Defence, the Honorable Harjit S. Sajjan, announced the official launch of the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security (the Cyber Centre), Canada’s national authority on cyber security and cyber threat responses.Read More
Just a reminder that Google offers a security checkup for your account. It details recent logins, all devices that are currently logged in, your sign-in methods including 2 factor options, and any third party access that you have approved. It's a great idea to do a regular checkup to keep track of how your account is being accessed.Read More
If you were a NCIX customer, you should consider your private information breached. Change your passwords, cancel your credit card(s), and ignore any emails you might receive from ‘NCIX’.Read More
Date: Wednesday, July 18
Location: Forest City National Golf Club, 16540 Robins Hill Rd, London, ON
Time: 1:00 p.m. shot gun start
Cost: $80 per golfer
Lunch & Dinner are provided. Lunch will be available beginning at 11:30 a.m. Dinner is scheduled for approximately 5:30 p.m.
The field is limited to 96 players so please register early to secure your spot. All levels of golfers are welcome. You can sign up as an individual and be put on a team or you can register your own foursome.
The registration form and more information can be found at http://www.largnet.ca/golf/ .
We're looking forward to seeing you there!
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Last week San Diego hosted the 30th edition of CiscoLive! Formerly known as Cisco Networkers, this massive conference was attended by a whopping 25,000 people, spread across 250,000 ft2 of space with over 250 exhibitors, and more than 650 technical breakout sessions.Read More
Wow, it’s our first blog post! We love to refer to ourselves as the internet around here and now we are taking a first step towards participating in the wonderfully interactive World Wide Web. I won’t lie to you, I am nervous!Read More