Cybersecurity News Headlines Update on September 25, 2020

CISA: Federal Agency Hacked, Data Exfiltrated. The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has published an analysis report detailing a cyberattack against a federal agency’s enterprise network. The threat actor gained access to the unnamed agency’s system and exfiltrated data. The report provides information about the methods used to gain access to the network. […]

KYC and AML Screening for the Funds Industry – Real Solutions to a Real Problem

Onboarding new customers challenge asset and wealth managers globally. Manual processes for Know Your Client (KYC), Anti-Money Laundering (AML), Countering the Financing of Terrorism (CFT) and sanctions screening checks on investors and distributors can lead to compliance failures. These failures can result in fines, criminal sanctions, or even jail terms. In addition to the risk […]

Best Practices for Effective Linux Security Management

Not only Windows and Mac, but even Linux systems can also fall victim to cyberattacks. This article helps IT sysadmins improve their existing Linux security procedures. Securing endpoints can an overwhelming routine for system administrators, especially when they’re remote. Considering much of the world is now working remotely and may continue to do so in […]

IT Managed Services Provider Resource Recommendation Update on September 18, 2020

What does GPU mean? A graphics processing unit (GPU) is a computer chip that performs rapid mathematical calculations, primarily for the purpose of rendering images. In the early days of computing, the central processing unit (CPU) performed these calculations. As more graphics-intensive applications were developed, however, their demands put a strain on the CPU and […]