Wouldn't it be fantastic if a list of known vulnerabilities existed to help you resolve them before your systems are compromised?
In a recent cybersecurity attack, scammers sent over 400,000 phony blackmail attempts, claiming to have installed malware onto your device.
Cybercriminals use homoglyphs to trick you into thinking a domain belongs to a trusted company.
Cybercriminals are using innocent-looking Microsoft Word documents which include a less innocent pop-up that asks you to enable macros.
Cybercriminals are now using the Kaseya incident as bait to catch your attention and manipulate your emotions.
When the cost of NOT modernizing becomes detrimental to the health of an organization, modernization becomes a priority.
The responsibility of helping people pursue a common goal creates constant opportunities for uncertainty and self-reflection.
As Stephen Sleziak announces his retirement, Gina Minnette and Ryan Kremer have been named Keller Schroeder Vice Presidents.
Cybercriminals often use fake reviews that seem legitimate to trick users into downloading malicious browser extensions.
Keller Schroeder continuously evaluates new technology solutions to meet the evolving technical needs of our clients.