Cyber Security for Life.

Mac owners, meet Eleanor.

Hi there,

As the headlines are proving every day, summer is not for vacations when it comes to cybercriminals. Mac attacks are up across fronts, ransomware is up 5x, and cyber risk has joined terrorism as one of the twin existential threats we face for the balance of the decade, at least. 

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Innovation is alive and doing very well in the hacker's camp. For a look into the future of viruses, be sure to read "Meet Eleanor..." below. Infected Macs are controlled over the Dark Net with full access to all functions on the computer. Use your imagination for a second on that one to picture the possibilities - they're "endless."

If you would like to keep your Mac just the way it is, and protect your information too, it's imperative to install "device protection" software on each of your Apple desktop and laptop computers.

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Thanks for reading,


"Over the past year, the number of machines hit by ransomware that encrypts all or part of the hard drive is five-and-a-half times what it was the year before."  Kaspersky Lab.

Click here for last week's blog:



"When Cyber Risk Went Existential."


Meet Eleanor - Mac Malware Gives Full Access to your Apple Computers.

"The possibilities are endless" - Mac users should consider installing an anti-virus solution onto their computers.

For a glimpse of the future of Mac viruses:



If You Are Going to The Olympics.

Brazil is #1 in the world for internet fraud, and cybercriminals are ready to go for the gold. 




The Russians Are Coming. Again.

Why it's time to activate Apple's 2-factor authentication.



How to Turn Off Location in Facebook.

Facebook tries to attach a location to everything that you do. You might want to opt out - here's how.



Deloitte's "Hidden Costs of a Cyber Attack."

Hidden consequences can account for more than 90 percent of the total cost, according to recently published research from Deloitte Advisory’s Cyber Risk Services


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