Ashley Madison forced to pay for deceptive security practices

Ashley Madison’s parent company has been forced to pay US$1.6 million for actively deceiving its customers as to how safe and secure the site really was. Ashley Madison’s parent company, Ruby Corp., will be forced to pay a large settlement ... »

Lesson Learned: Security Awareness Training

Think back for a second on all the safety lessons we learned as kids; for example, when you cross a street, you look both ways. But some safety lessons had to evolve over time. For example, no one wore seat ... »

Secure Sense Achieves Blackberry Authorized Reseller Status

On December 13th, 2016 Secure Sense has achieved the Blackberry Authorized Reseller Status. This tier recognizes Partners that have invested in the acquisition of a solid sales knowledge of the BlackBerry Enterprise Mobility Suites. We’ve identified the customer demand for ... »

Don’t let your former IT staff sabotage your company

A recent news story has brought to mind a threat which probably sends a shiver down the spine of many system administrators. A 32-year-old man was sentenced to two years in prison this month for hacking the computer systems of ... »

New ‘nasty’ Ransomware Encourages Victims to Attack Other Computers

Popcorn Time malware offers users free removal if they get two other people to install link and pay. A new ransomware variant has been discovered using an innovative system to increase infections: the software turns victims into attackers by offering ... »