PC Matic

PC Matic was founded in 1999 by Rob Cheng and Dave Methvin with the sole purpose of creating a better way to diagnose common computer problems. Prior to creating PC Matic, Rob Cheng was a Senior Vice President at Gateway Computers responsible for Gateway's Consumer business worldwide including profit and loss responsibility. Rob noticed that the technical support cost was growing faster than revenue, and there had to be a way to automate the process of diagnosing and repairing a computer.

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GOOGLE PUBLISHES PATCHWORK FOR CRITICAL MEDIATEK VULNERABILITY

CISO Mag | March 06, 2020

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The issue was first reported on the XDA forum back in April 2019. The exploit was successfully tested on all MediaTek 64-bit chipsets used in several devices including Motorola and OPPO.

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    chamberbusiness | May 06, 2020

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    In recent weeks reveal the need for businesses to double down on security to ensure their networks are protected, a leading cyber security expert said. . Many of the attacks were ransomware, holding companies’ network systems hostage until a payout was mad...

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    washingtonpost | April 01, 2020

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    Coronavirus has inspired an unprecedented number of online scams targeting people and businesses – and researchers say the wave of attacks is just getting started. The massive volume of cybercriminal activity reflects the overwhelming scope of the pandemic, which has upended every aspect of daily life across the world — from how people seek medical information to how they work, socialize and shop for groceries. The mass uncertainty allows criminals to prey on broad swaths of the glob...

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    Google | April 27, 2020

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    GOOGLE PUBLISHES PATCHWORK FOR CRITICAL MEDIATEK VULNERABILITY

    CISO Mag | March 06, 2020

    The issue was first reported on the XDA forum back in April 2019. The exploit was successfully tested on all MediaTek 64-bit chipsets used in several devices including Motorola and OPPO.

  • Read More
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    CORONAVIRUS-THEMED CYBERATTACKS ON BUSINESSES RISE, EXPERTS RECOMMEND BEEFING UP NETWORK SECURITY

    chamberbusiness | May 06, 2020

    In recent weeks reveal the need for businesses to double down on security to ensure their networks are protected, a leading cyber security expert said. . Many of the attacks were ransomware, holding companies’ network systems hostage until a payout was mad...

    Read More
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    THE CYBERSECURITY 202: CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC UNLEASHES UNPRECEDENTED NUMBER OF ONLINE SCAMS

    washingtonpost | April 01, 2020

    Coronavirus has inspired an unprecedented number of online scams targeting people and businesses – and researchers say the wave of attacks is just getting started. The massive volume of cybercriminal activity reflects the overwhelming scope of the pandemic, which has upended every aspect of daily life across the world — from how people seek medical information to how they work, socialize and shop for groceries. The mass uncertainty allows criminals to prey on broad swaths of the glob...

    Read More
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    OVER 18 MILLION COVID-19 MALWARE AND PHISHING EMAILS BLOCKED BY GOOGLE

    Google | April 27, 2020

    Google says it has blocked 18 million daily malware and phishing emails related to COVID-19 over the past week. Majority of malware and phishing emails involve impersonation. Read More