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In An Online Minute 1,250 Websites Are Hacked

One minute. When thinking about what we can get accomplished in one minute in our lives, it might not equate to much. But online, things move in nanoseconds. The amount of data exchanged simultaneously online each day adds up to millions and millions of exchanges and transactions. But what about each minute? Take a look… Read more »

Cybersecurity Safeguards For Government Contractors, A Sera-Brynn and Kaufman & Canoles Training Event

Sera-Brynn, in partnership with Kaufman & Canoles, is pleased to invite business owners and leaders who support the Department of Defense (DoD) to an informative, in-depth breakfast Tuesday, Oct. 13 from 8 to 9:30 a.m. During the breakfast, Sera-Brynn’s cybersecurity experts and Kaufman & Canoles contract specialists will discuss Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS)… Read more »

What’s It Worth To A Hacker?

What’s in a name? What about your medical record? To a cyber thief, a lot. Quite frankly, it’s their business. What do we mean by that? Hackers aren’t trying to get into your networks just to prove they can. It’s their job. It’s how they make a living. And it’s organized crime happening all over… Read more »

Protecting Students From Cyber Crimes, Heather Engel on WVEC

Sera-Brynn Executive Vice President Heather Engel recently sat down with Janet Roach of WVEC 13 News Now to help educate the community on how students – especially college students heading back to campus this month – can protect themselves from cyber crimes. Watch the complete interview here or read on for the full transcript. Janet… Read more »

Leading cybersecurity firm Sera-Brynn retains its top ranking in Virginia

Suffolk, Va. August 20, 2015 — Sera-Brynn is still on a hot streak. Leading cybersecurity firm Sera-Brynn retained its position for the third consecutive quarter at No. 1 in Virginia and No. 16 in the world on the Cybersecurity Ventures global list of the top “500 Hot Cybersecurity Companies to Watch in 2015.” The recognition… Read more »

Protecting your business from cyber threats

Gloucester Court House, Va. — Small business owners can take a number of practical steps to protect themselves and their business, including customers, employees, finances and even their firm’s “secret sauce,” against the rising threat of cyber thieves. That was the message Sera-Brynn Executive Vice President Heather Engel carried to small business owners recently at… Read more »

Healthcare Client Alert: The Ever-Changing Legal Landscape of Privacy Breaches – Guest Blog from Kaufman & Canoles, Attorneys at Law

Brought to you by Kaufman & Canoles, Attorneys at Law In a recent letter to their clients, Kaufman & Canoles Attorneys at Law addresses today’s healthcare providers. “As doctors, you are heroes,” wrote Jason Davis and Beth Norton. Davis is a member of the Health Care Practice Group. His litigation and counseling practice includes representing… Read more »

What is the state of cyber crime in 2015?

What is the state of cyber crime, especially this year, as we’ve weathered data breaches in major corporations like Anthem and Target and seen small businesses face the aftermath of hackers, too? The 2015 US State of Cybercrime survey has recently been released and we recommend all business owners – and users of the Internet,… Read more »

Illinois Court 2015 Ruling Puts Businesses Susceptible to Cyberattacks on Notice

A recent Illinois federal court ruling that makes it easier for victims of corporate hackings to file lawsuits comes at a time when the hacking of companies is not only rising, but it’s also getting easier for hackers to steal credit card information and personal data. In a precedent, a three-member panel of the 7th… Read more »

Small businesses are targeted by cybercriminals in billion dollar email scam business

Cyberhacks and data breaches of big businesses get all the headlines and publicity. Target, Home Depot, Anthem and other hacks have all been widely publicized. But there’s plenty of money for cybercriminals in the small business racket — and they know it. The question is, do you? Cyber stalking A recent Wall Street Journal article… Read more »