PC Matic Offering Free Cybersecurity Protection To K-12 Schools And Non-Profit Organizations

PC Matic, American cybersecurity firm, announced it is offering free cybersecurity and remote management tools to K-12 schools utilizing e-learning and non-profit organizations who are aiding in COVID-19 relief efforts Myrtle Beach, SC – Today, American cybersecurity firm, PC Matic, announced that the company will offer its suite of cybersecurity and remote-management tools free of charge to K-12 schools utilizing […]

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Youth Cyber Education

Teaching America’s youth the importance of cyber security No one is arguing that cyber security is an ongoing problem. Ransomware attacks are rising. As a result of ransomware payments, the ransoms are becoming more expensive. A proactive approach to the ransomware problem lies in the education of America’s youth. Educating youth on a topic, bringing […]

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Malware Risks Increase As School Goes Back in Session

The Risk of Malware Infection Increases as School Begins As students and staff begin preparing for school to reconvene in August, administrators face increased cyber security risks.  The likelihood of malware spreading as both students and staff members connect their own devices to school networks increases exponentially at the beginning of the school year.  Why is this?  […]

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Top 9 Malware Variants Targeting the Education Sector

Why Schools Are Targeted When industries think of cyber targets, often times the education sector is not included.  Why?  Well, it is believed they do not carry the financial weight of bigger targets like enterprises or the healthcare industry.  Although, school systems do still hold a plethora of critical data that can be easily exploited.  […]

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Why Ransomware is Targeting Education Sector

The Education Sector has Major Target on Their Backs… Ransomware has been targeting educational institutions over the last twelve months.  In January of 2017, the Los Angeles Community College District was hit with ransomware, and paid the hackers $28,000 to decrypt their files.  Months later, Dorchester School District Two was infected with ransomware, and paid $2,900 to […]

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