Yearly Archives: 2016

  • Adobe Patches FlashPlayer

    Posted on April 18, 2016 by in News

    Adobe Systems rushed out an emergency patch last week to plug a security hold in its widely-installed FlashPlayer software, warning that the vulnerability is already being exploited in active attacks. Read more on Adobe Patch Here Is your FlashPlayer affected? We can check it for you! sales@csbtech.net

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  • Ransomware hits Lancaster County, PA

    Posted on April 7, 2016 by in News

    IT leaders at hospitals & businesses here on high alert for cyber attacks seeking ransom Local Ransomware Issues A recent wave of cyber attacks involving a computer virus that locks up digital files and demands ransom for releasing them has put some Lancaster County businesses on high alert.  CSB Technology Partners has already been working with […]

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  • Four Predictions for EMV Adoption in 2016

    Posted on March 31, 2016 by in News

    EMV chips – the microprocessor chip in debit and credit cards instead of the magnetic strip that held all your information – create a unique transaction code that cyberthieves can’t use when they try to intercept your transaction data. Read what IngramMicro predicts for them for 2016: Click here for predictions

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  • The “Internet of Things” and Other Wireless Technology in 2016

    Posted on March 28, 2016 by in News

    It seems that every day a new technology is introduced, or there is something new our wireless devices can do for us. In 2016, the plethora of devices that go beyond smartphones and tablets will change the way business is conducted and simplify everyday tasks. Read more here…

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  • Apple shuts down first-ever Ransomware attack against Mac users

    Posted on March 22, 2016 by in News

    With the help of security researchers, Apple, over a March weekend, quickly blocked a cyber attack aimed at infecting Mac users with file-encrypting malware known as ransomware. The incident is believed to be the first Apple-focused attack using ransomware, which typically targets computers running Windows. Read about Ransomware Attack Here

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  • Cisco Patches Vulnerability of ASA Firewalls

    Posted on March 2, 2016 by in News

    Last month, Cisco released a warning regarding a vulnerability in the code of their popular Advanced Security Appliance (ASA).    A patch is now available to mitigate this issue and we recommend that it is applied if you have one of these devices.  If you would like to discuss this issue, or if you are interested […]

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  • Ruckus Makes Acquisition

    Posted on February 24, 2016 by in News

    Ruckus recently acquired Cloudpath and many of their customers and partners jumped on board and praised the deal.  This acquisition is believed to simplify Wi-Fi onboarding and security for the industry – reducing support tickets and expediting users onto secure WLANs, while continuing the multi-vendor support in Cloudpath. What does this mean for Ruckus?  Ruckus’ […]

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