Fusion Factor Corporation Ranked Among Most Elite 501 Managed Service Providers Worldwide

Annual MSP 501 Identifies Best-in-Class Global MSP Businesses & Leading Trends in Managed Services

JULY 28, 2020: Fusion Factor Corporation has been named as one of the world’s premier managed service providers and one of the top MSPs in California on the prestigious 2020 annual Channel Futures MSP 501 rankings.

CISA Pushing U.S Federal Agencies to Develop and Publish A Vulnerability Disclosure Policies

CISA (Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency), the U.S cybersecurity agency, has recently proposed a new policy for all agencies. They have issued a draft directive for all agencies to develop and publish vulnerability disclosure of policies mandatorily.

DoorDash Data Breach: Exposed Data of 4.9 Million Customers

Before Halloween begins, hackers scared out the DoorDash, a popular food delivery app. At the end of September month, DoorDash announced that hackers accessed the company's data system and stole the personal information of approximately 4.9 million people, including customers, merchants, restaurants, and delivery workers.

A Cloud Hosting Firm – iNSYNQ Hit In MegaCortex Ransomware Attack

Recently in mid of July 2019, a ransomware outbreak that hit iNSYNQ, a QuickBooks cloud hosting firm. This cyberattack appears to have started with an email phishing that trapped an employee working in sales for the company.

It is further said that interlopers have been in the internal networks of iNSYNQ for roughly ten days before releasing Ransomware.

Louisiana Governor Declares “State of Emergency” After Serious Cyberattacks on School Systems

On 26th July 2019, a severe ransomware attack happened in Louisiana. Ransomware continues to attack public and private computer networks around the globe.

Governor of Louisiana, John Bel Edwards had recently declared a state of emergency after the severe cyber-attack hit on school computer systems in the Parishes of Ouachita (City of Monroe School District), Morehouse and Sabine.

Windows 7 Support comes to an End, Says Microsoft

Microsoft recently announced that Windows 7 support would come to an end after January 14, 2020. They also added, every good thing comes to an end & so windows 7 will.
From that day, the company will stop providing support for windows 7, either it’s on laptops and desktops.