BlueKeep: The Latest Threat to Windows

BlueKeep is the newest threat to Windows and it has the NSA and Homeland Security on edge. Good news, the solution is simple: Make sure your computers and servers are up-to-date.
What Is BlueKeep?
BlueKeep (aka CVE-2019-0708) is a serious security hole in Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and 7 as well as Windows Server 2003, 2008 and 2008R2. (Newer operating systems aren't affected). It allows for a potential hacker to access Microsoft's Remote Desktop software.

How does RCC protect your data?

We talk a lot about how you can protect your data from cyber-attack and what damage can occur if you're breached. However, we rarely talk about how RCC protects our client data. This important because IT service providers are being attacked by hackers.

For example, starting in 2017, an elite hacking group in China targeted IT service providers all over the world to steal their client data.

Protect Your Company From The New Wireless Security Breach

The latest wireless security breach could allow an attacker to take your personal or company's information. The KRACK (Key Reinstallation Attack) vulnerability allows an attack to create a rogue "clone" of your wireless network. When users connect to your wireless, they may unknowingly pick the "clone" and give the attacker access to their device.