Alert: PGP Email Encryption Is No Longer Safe

Those who use PGP and S/MIME to send secure emails are being advised to cease using and disable the tools with immediate effect following a major security scare.   Researcher Sebastian Schinzel, a professor of computer security with Münster University of Applied Sciences, claims to have identified a security flaw that “might reveal the plaintext of encrypted emails, […]

Critical Windows bug fixed today is actively being exploited to hack users

“Microsoft on Tuesday patched two Windows vulnerabilities that attackers are actively exploiting in the wild to install malicious apps on the computers of unwitting users.”   — Ars Technica Read the full article here

Flash Forward with CrossRealms All Flash BC/DR Backup

CrossRealms- in partnership with Cisco Systems, Pure Storage and Cohesity- will be completing the build out of our new all flash Business Continuity services on April 29th at our Lone Mountain data center location in Las Vegas. For the past few years, we’ve been offering Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity for our customers, and the […]

Facebook Data Scandal: 3 Things You Can Do To Protect Your Privacy

Facebook has been under steady fire after a scandal that was recently reported by the New York Times and UK media. It was discovered that Cambridge Analytica, a data analytics company, accessed, stored and shared 50 million Facebook users’ personal information in 2014, overwhelmingly without consent. There are several investigations into Facebook’s privacy practices, and […]