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Logical Talk | November 2022

How Idealogical Celebrated Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Logical Talk | November 10, 2022

Logical Talk | August 1st, 2022

Are Basic Security Tools Enough to Prevent An Attack?

Logical Talk | August 16, 2022

As a business owner, do you have endless nights' sleep thinking about your company's infrastructure? Are you 100% sure that a cybercriminal cannot hack into your network and obtain personal information?

Logical Talk | July 2022

Mandatory Reporting of all Cyber Attacks Under a New Federal Bill

Logical Talk | July 11, 2022

With the rise in Cyber activity, the Canadian government has finally stepped in and started the table read of a new federal bill, which will making it mandatory reporting for all cyber attacks within 72 hours.

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Are Zero Day Attacks on the Rise for 2022

Logical Talk | May 31, 2022

It is 2022, and as Zero days become more frequent, Cyber criminals are becoming more creative and cunning with their attacks.

February Is Becoming The Month Of Happy Dances!!

Logical Talk | February 07, 2022

It gives us immense pleasure to announce that Idealogical Systems Inc. has made the list of Canada's 50 Best Managed IT Companies 2021.

Logical Talk | January 1, 2022

What happened with Canadian Critical Infrastructures in 2021?

Logical Talk | January 01, 2022

With the New Years' arrival, let's look back at the events of 2021. Hackers' latest targets were the key critical infrastructures of Canada.

Logical Talk | November 1, 2020

Did you hear? The TTC became Victim of a Ransomware Attack

Logical Talk | November 01, 2021

In this monthly newsletter, we talk about the recent attack on the TTC and how Idealogical can give you a stress-free Holiday.

Are Cybercriminals Also In Favor Of The New Hybrid LifeStyle

Logical Talk | October 01, 2021

Once again, companies are faced with focusing on reinventing their business model to accommodate today's 'new normal.'

A Vulnerability Exploited: Fortigate SSL-VPN Credentials Leak Incident

Logical Talk | September 01, 2021

The security landscape around the world is constantly evolving and maintaining all systems—especially security devices—is essential in staying ahead of cybercriminals. One of the most prime targets for threat actors are the technology vendors and Fortinet – the cybersecurity solution provider is no exception.

Why Zero-Day Attacks Are On The Rise

Logical Talk | July 01, 2021

Zero-day vulnerabilities are critical yet undisclosed threats or that are only discovered as the result of an attack. The software company or its users do not yet know about the vulnerability. As soon as the zero-day vulnerability is identified, an unofficial race starts between the security team of the software company and the threat actors to either patch the vulnerability or exploit it respectively.

What Is the Difference Between Security Incident And Security Breach?

Logical Talk | June 01, 2021

A security incident refers to a violation of an organization's security policy. The violation can happen in the form of an attempt to compromise confidential business and/ or personal data. In contrast, a security breach involves unauthorized access to any data or information.

Attack on Apple Is The Future Of Ransomware

Logical Talk | May 05, 2021

Right before their big spring product launch, a group of hackers claimed to have stolen their product blueprints for $50 Million in the ransom demand. The data was stolen not from Apple but their distributor - Quanta computers. As proof, they released confidential documents about upcoming, unreleased MacBook Pros. They've since added iMac schematics to the pile.

Here is everything you need to know about the different types of attacks and their prevention

Everything You Need To Know About Social Engineering Cyberattacks

Logical Talk | April 01, 2021

Social engineering is a manipulation technique that tricks human judgement into divulging information or taking action. The purpose of social engineering is to take advantage of people’s cognitive biases. For instance, the human tendency to trust people we perceive as likeable, attractive, or authority figures is being used against us in social engineering attacks.

On March 2, 2021, Microsoft published several security updates after identifying four "Zero-Day" vulnerabilities.

Biggest Cyber Incident of 2021: Exploitation of Microsoft Exchange “Zero-Day” Vulnerabilities

Logical Talk | March 10, 2021

On March 2, 2021, Microsoft published several security updates after identifying four "Zero-Day" vulnerabilities. Security researcher Volexity reports that the activity may have started as early as January 6, 2021.

We Are Doing A Little Happy Dance This Month!

Logical Talk | February 05, 2021

It gives us immense pleasure to announce that Idealogical Systems Inc. has made the list of Canada's 50 Best Managed IT Companies 2020.

Logical Talk| December 1, 2020

Goodbye 2020: A Year of Resilience and Gratitude

Logical Talk | December 01, 2020

2020 has been the most disruptive year I have experienced in 26 years of our existence as a small business. It is astounding to think that as a society we have spent roughly 290 days of uncertainty.

Logical Talk | November 1, 2020

How To Recognize Phishing Attacks And Keep Business Data Safe

Logical Talk | November 05, 2020

Phishing messages are crafted to deliver a sense of urgency or fear with the end goal of capturing a person’s sensitive data. If your employees fall prey to phishing scams while working from home, it can affect your company network by transferring malware and viruses over internet connections.

2020 Is the Year of Zero Trust Cybersecurity Framework

October: Cyber Security Awareness Month

Logical Talk | October 01, 2020

Zero Trust is a strategic approach to cybersecurity based on "Never Trust, Always Verify." Zero Trust is designed to simplify granular user-access controls, offer complex threat prevention (Layer 7 threat), and leverage network division.

Big Technology News: Office 2016 for Mac and Office 2010 End of Life October 2020

Logical Talk | September 04, 2020

Microsoft is ending its support for two of its prominent products – Office 2016 for Mac and Office 2010 on October 31, 2020. Guide on how to check what version of Microsoft Office you are using.

9 To 5 Office Hours Could Become A Thing Of The Past

Logical Talk | August 01, 2020

With the sudden shift in the work environment in the last few months, employees around the globe were forced to be more adaptive in learning new technologies and be patient with their employers in adjusting to working from home, quickly.

Logical Talk| July 1, 2020

Is Your Technology Up To Date?

Logical Talk | July 01, 2020

Cybersecurity threats are constantly evolving. If you let your software or hardware – or both – fall behind the times, then you put your business at serious risk.

This Is The #1 Thing You Can Do To Prevent Cybercriminals From Hacking Your Network

Logical Talk | June 01, 2020

There is one thing many small businesses do that puts them at risk for a cyber attack. They take a reactive approach to IT security. They wait until something bad happens before they do anything.

Logical Talk| May 1, 2020

Cyber Criminals Are Out In Full Force During Pandemic – Here’s How To Stop Them

Logical Talk | May 01, 2020

Our strategically designed business continuity plan is carefully drafted for unexpected disasters, including a pandemic. With a combination of the tools, process and experts, Idealogical is always prepared.

Logical Talk | April 1, 2020

How To Quickly Shift To A Work From Home Business Model Amidst COVID19

Logical Talk | April 01, 2020

While the COVID-19 situation is evolving everyday, business owners you also need to maximize productivity, bring in revenue and try to grow your business in these demanding times.

Logical Talk| March 1, 2020

Clear Signs You’re About To Get Hacked And What To Do NOW To Prevent It

Logical Talk | March 09, 2020

Do you use the same password for everything? If you do, you’re not alone. We all have bad cyber-habits, whether it’s reusing passwords or connecting to unsecured Wi-Fi.