Entries by Kyla

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Cyber Security Bulletin: Increased Threat from Emotet Malware Campaigns

Since July 2020 there has been an increase in malicious activity associated with Emotet malware campaigns. Emotet has been frequently observed working in tandem with Trickbot and Ryuk malware in a persistent attempt to compromise computer systems within Canada. These threats have been successfully used to attack many Canadian companies since 2019. Emotet is an […]

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Cyber Security Bulletin: Due Diligence vs Bad Actors

While bad actors continue their denial-of-service for ransom activities, SRG would like to remind all clients and businesses to continue your due diligence as you work to protect your company assets: Actors claiming to be various Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) groups have been threatening to carry out large-scale distributed denial-of-service attacks for ransom, commonly known […]

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Cyber Security Bulletin: Working from home during the COVID-19 Pandemic

During the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a significant increase in the adoption of additional network software by companies endeavoring to enable their employees to work from home. This has turned the attention of the “bad actors” looking to exploit potential vulnerabilities in these work-from-home technologies. As always, their intent is to disrupt business or […]

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic Update – SRG Remains Fully Operational

The health and safety of our employees, clients, and the general public remains SRG’s top priority during the COVID-19 pandemic. While we continue to provide cyber and physical security services as required services during this period, we are taking all reasonable precautions to protect our employees, contractors, and the public. We are committed to ensuring […]

Cyber Security Bulletin: COVID-19

The industry is seeing heightened activity pertaining to COVID-19 themed malware that is proliferating on the internet. Counterfeit websites and email phishing campaigns are leveraging public fear of and interest in the COVID-19 pandemic to spread malware that can infect corporate and personal systems.   As staff use the internet to search out status and […]