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Tim Hortons threatens litigation after virus caused cash register outages

An association representing 70 percent of Tim Hortons franchisees is threatening its parent company with legal action after a computer virus caused intermittent cash register outages. A letter obtained by the Canadian Press from a lawyer representing the Great White ... »

Why SMBs Are Easy Targets for the Bad Guys

As malicious hackers turn up the heat, small and medium businesses can’t remain complacent – the threats to their security are real and growing worse all the time. This blog was originally posted by Symantec.  During a recent business dinner, ... »

What is Camp Secure Sense?

At Secure Sense, we do things under our own banner. And it’s no exception when it comes to Camp. But what is Camp you ask? Well, Camp Secure Sense is our take on the traditional ‘steak lunch,’ without being, a ... »

Olympic Destroyer, the malicious file-wiping malware hits Pyeongchang

Security experts say they have identified a destructive malware dubbed “Olympic Destroyer” that was likely used in a cyber attack on the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics during the opening ceremony last week. Winter Olympics officials confirmed on Sunday that a cyber ... »