Cybercrime leveraging the COVID-19 pandemic

Posted on February 19, 2021Categories SecurityTags , ,   Leave a comment on Cybercrime leveraging the COVID-19 pandemic

Cybercriminals have leveraged the COVID-19 pandemic to stage various forms of cyberattacks, from ransomware takeovers of hospital systems to private network hacking. In a recent assessment, IBM cybersecurity analysts uncovered an email phishing scheme targeting global coronavirus vaccine supply chains. The tech giant urged cold-chain organizations to remain ‘vigilant.’ In this article at Security Intelligence, Claire Zaboeva and Melissa Frydrych share details of IBM Security X-Force’s report of phishing attacks. What Does the Assessment Say? According to the IBM report, … Continue reading “Cybercrime leveraging the COVID-19 pandemic”

First Gaming Build

Posted on January 14, 2021Categories BuildsTags , , ,   Leave a comment on First Gaming Build

Here’s a link ROG red » builds.gg to the first gaming PC I have ever built. I have been building PC’s for over 20 years, but these gaming rigs are so much different. While they are the same components, theres a lot to think about when building a system. but now with several builds under my belt, We are confident that we can get this job done for you. Don’t delay, call us today!

MTG: Arena coming to android for early release January 28th

Posted on January 12, 2021Categories GamingTags , , ,   Leave a comment on MTG: Arena coming to android for early release January 28th

Wizards of the Coast had always intended for Magic: The Gathering Arena to go head to head with other mobile card games like Hearthstone and Gwent, but the company was certainly in no rush. After an extended PC Early Access period that began in 2017, the final product has been out for Windows since September 2019, and now over two years later it’s finally coming to Android. MTG Arena will hit Android early access starting on January 28. It will come with full cross-play support … Continue reading “MTG: Arena coming to android for early release January 28th”

Prime Day Threats

Posted on October 17, 2020Categories SecurityTags , ,   Leave a comment on Prime Day Threats

The threat actors are targeting Amazon Prime Dayshoppers with malware and phishing campaigns, as it’s one of the desired retail events, and there are millions of customers who are waiting for Amazon’s annual online shopping events. Every customer enjoys two days of exclusive sales on everything from Amazon devices like the Echo and Kindle to fashionable furniture. On the other side, many physical retail outlets continue to be closed or complete it with compressed capacity. Fraudulent sites According to the … Continue reading “Prime Day Threats”

Cybersecurity awareness month

Posted on October 15, 2020October 15, 2020Categories SecurityTags ,   Leave a comment on Cybersecurity awareness month

  The Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM)is observed the month of October and started back in 2004, by the Deprtment of Homeland Security (DHS) and the National Cyber Security Alliance. The mission of this alliance is to raise awareness about the importance of Cyber Security. So in honor of this, us at Pinnacle Networking would like to share some tips and tricks for increasing your wn personal cybersecurity habits. BOOST YOUR PERSONAL CYBERSECURITY WITH THESE TIPS As online and offline lives … Continue reading “Cybersecurity awareness month”

One of my favorite types of builds

Posted on October 14, 2020October 31, 2020Categories BuildsTags , , ,   Leave a comment on One of my favorite types of builds

So, as a computer guy that likes to play around. I always enjoy making something out of nothing. Below is a video of one of these such projects. One of these days I wlll do the same with a raspberry pi. If you have any projects like this you’d like to show off, please, link them in the comments down below