SMB breach fallout makes recovery hard

By |May 29th, 2016|KSE, SMB, TUX GUI|

SMB Security Simplified If attackers use you to attack others, there may be repercussions to your business brand, reputation and partner trust relationships. Many SMBs are not prepared for legal repercussions if a partner or customers are harmed. SMBs are not prepared for breach response in general. Cyber insurance is a financial risk transference, but

SMBs:cyber security isn’t just about your data

By |May 24th, 2016|KSE, SMB, TUX GUI|

  SMB Security Simplified SMBs may be attacked for reasons that have nothing to do with obtaining their data. Detection remains problematic. If it isn't obvious that you have been hacked, how do you know for sure? SMBs are not reporting breaches; the numbers are understated. In the meantime, attacks such as ransomware continue to

SMBs: Myth-informed about cyber attacks?

By |April 25th, 2016|SMB, TUX GUI|

SMBs are myth-ing the point; cyber criminals aren't missing them!   SMB Security Simplified  Many small businesses believe they are too small, or uninteresting to anyone, to be a target of cyber attack. Unfortunately, this is and always has been, a myth, a bad assumption, a rationalization, or any combination. To attackers and cyber criminals,

TUX AI and KSE Ransomware Prevention

By |April 14th, 2016|Fahrenheit, Insider threat, KSE, TUX GUI|

Ransomware Ascending - Part 4   SMB Security Simplified The ransomware problem continues to explode. Infosec, business and government are struggling to find solutions. There is debate about whether to pay ransom, it often hinges on whether one has data backups. KSE adds controls on the systems where ransomware attacks are attempted, stopping them. TUX

Ransomware: The PIT and the Pendulum

By |April 8th, 2016|TUX GUI, Uncategorized|

Ransomware Ascending - Part 3 SMB Security Simplified Ransomware is a PIT, a Prevalent, Increasing, Threat. Ransomware is virtually impossible to defend against once it infiltrates networks. Many don't do proper data backups, or do them well enough. Questions are raised about future data backup and restoration requirements. The pendulum is swinging towards prevention,

Ransomware Ascending – Part 1

By |March 29th, 2016|TUX GUI, Uncategorized|

Ransomware: Could be It's a game changer   SMB Security Simplified While this post is part of our SMB and small business defender series, posts on the ransomware epidemic are for the interest of everyone. Ransomware is poised to become the greatest cybercrime epidemic ever. SMBs should not assume they will not be targets of ransomware attack,

Cyber Security: Time to Help the Little Guys (SMBs)

By |March 5th, 2016|SMB, TUX GUI|

New series: The plight of small business defenders Trustifier is about to release a new security innovation called TUX, designed to deliver to SMBs a comprehensive and automated bundle of protections against all major cyber threats. TUX is an AI engine with a natural language processor interface. It's designed for people who aren't ITsec gurus

Supply Chain Security Needs TUX AI

By |March 1st, 2016|Insider threat, KSE, TUX GUI|

We recently participated in an event on supply chain security held by the National Research Council in Ottawa. This event was part of the usual ongoing NRC efforts to identify important issues for potential future research. At the event we also gave a short presentation on Tux technology which will prove useful in securing the