Hackers Create Massive Data Breach At Madison Square Garden

Year-long breach exposed credit card numbers, cardholders names, and more

Hackers compromised five different locations of the Madison Square Garden Company: Madison Square Garden itself, The Theater at MSG, Radio City Music Hall, and Beacon Theater all in New York plus the Chicago Theater in Illinois. At each of those locations, they installed a program that captured payment information data that was routed through their […]

Internet Attack Affects Amazon, Netflix, Twitter, And More

A major Internet attack today (2016-10-21) affected popular Internet sites like Amazon, Netflix, Twitter, and more. The attack was a “distributed denial of service” (DDoS) attack, where a large number of devices, typically a botnet, are used to flood the targets with Internet traffic. The flood of traffic overwhelms the capacity of the targets and […]

Security Breaches Of 2.2 Billion Records So Far in 2016

Digital Trends has an article about a recent security breach that resulted in the loss of 58 million personal records. As if that’s not bad enough, the article claims nearly 3,000 reported security breaches so far in 2016 of 2.2 billion records. Those numbers are astronomical! And what’s more, it specifically says, “publicly disclosed” attacks. […]

IT Myth #3 – My IT Person Does Everything

This is another common IT myth. I’ve heard it many times, “I have an IT person, he’s got everything under control.” But think about that for a minute. In other complex industries like law or medicine. In those industries, there are generalists and specialists. Why? Because lawyers and doctors understand that they can’t possibly be […]