Your First Step in Cyber Security™

Have I taken all the necessary steps to protect my enterprise against all current and future cyber threats?

Understanding the threat landscape is integral to the success of an organization of any size. The first step in this process is to begin to understand where your organization stands with regards to security from cyber related risks. The Cyberisk Chek Profile Report provides an easy and effective means to isolate key areas of concern and provides an action plan with priority assignment. The most important point is to simply begin and to not ignore the apparent and industry recognized risks.

Awareness Is the Key to Implementation


Up to 50 Employees/Devices or Company with low‑level
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Up to 100 Employees/Devices or Company with mid‑level
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Over 100 Employees/Devices or Company with high‑level
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breaking news
First data breach of 2019 - 24 hours into New Year - Data and details of 30,000 Australian civil servants stolen by a third party – had phished the email address of a government employee The Ponemon Institute reports that the average cost of a breach in 2018 was US$3.86 million, up by 6.4 percent from 2017. March 25 / 2018 noted - Under Armour announced that the breach affected an estimated 150 million users of its food and nutrition application, MyFitnessPal. Marriott International/Starwood victim of the multi-year theft of personal information on up to 500 million customers — rivaled only by hacks against Yahoo in 2013 and 2014. Daniel Kaye, 30, of Surrey, masterminded a cyber-attack on phone company Lonestar in Liberia, paid $30,000 by a rival company to disrupt the systems - costing 10 plus millions of US dollars. In December 2018, Quora suffered a massive breach of user data. The intrusion, discovered on November 30, included up to 100 million users’ personal data. September 2018 British Airways informed its customers that details from around 380,000 booking transactions had been stolen, including bank card numbers, expiry dates and cvv codes. 40,000 Ticketmaster data stolen by hackers, emerged that a third-party supplier was involved. Inbenta Technologies, operating a chatbot on Ticketmaster, modified a line of JavaScript code. Facebook suffers several breaches in 2018, at least 50 billion users compromised - in late September hackers exploited a weakness in Facebook’s code to access the ‘View As’ privacy tool. Exactis, a data broker based in Palm Coast, Florida, exposed a database that contained close to 340 million individual records on a publicly accessible server. India's Aadhaar identity database, containing the biometrics and personal information of over 1 billion Indians, has been compromised by a software patch that disables critical security features A security breach at family networking and genealogy website MyHeritage leaked the data of over 92 million users - breach Oct. 26 / 2017 – customer email addresses and passwords March 2018 - Department of Justice indicted nine Iranian hackers over an alleged spree of attacks on more than 300 universities in the United States and abroad Russian VPNFilter, affects 500,000 routers worldwide – malware used to coordinate the infected devices to create a massive botnet to spy and manipulate web activity on the routers. Approximately 380,000 travelers who purchased plane tickets on the British Airways website and mobile app were robbed of their personal data in Aug 2018 including credit card information. Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s - a third party had accessed online customers’ sensitive personal data, including names, phone numbers, addresses and even credit card information. MyPanera Program - hackers breached personal details such as birthdays, names, emails, physical addresses and the last four digits of credit card numbers Hackers hit ticket merchant and EventBrite subsidiary TicketFly in 2018 when they breached the names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses of over 26 million customers Hackers gained access to, the government’s Affordable Care Act enrollment website Jan 2018: Electronic toymaker VTech Technologies settles with FTC - company will pay $650,000 due to a cyberattack that exposed the personal data of 6.4 million children worldwide Connecticut-based insurance giant, Aetna has agreed to pay $17 million in a settlement after violating the privacy of about 12,000 members Massachusetts’ largest private employer, Partners HealthCare, announced that a 2017 data breach may have exposed the personal information of 2,600 patients Feb 2018: Researchers from Kromtech Security discovered the personal information of 119,000 FedEx customers sitting on an unsecured Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud storage server Subsidiary of Expedia, Inc., Orbitz announced data breach affecting 880,000 consumers - hacker used a legacy website to gain access to payment-card and other personal information Online customers of Adidas have been notified of a data breach that compromised their contact information, usernames, and encrypted passwords Thousands of users of photo sharing app, Instagram, reported accounts hacked - hackers changed the contact information linked to the account, making it difficult to regain access T-Mobile experienced a data breach affecting 2 million customers. Hackers breached the company’s systems and stole customer names and billing information Hackers infiltrated the corporate email system of Toyota Industries North America, with an estimated 19,000 individuals being affected as a result October 8, 2018. Google+ user profile data sat unprotected dating back to 2015 and could be accessed by third-party developers - information of 496,951 Google+ users exposed Nov 2018: The Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS) has reported a data breach that occurred through Canada Post, affecting the information of 4,500 customers Nov 2018: A contract worker at Seattle-based retailer, Nordstrom, accessed sensitive employee information in a security breach. Nordstrom employs about 72,500 people Nissan Canada Finance said personal information of car buyers who financed their purchases through the company may have been exposed. It is contacting 1.13 million people Information hacked on 95,000 online job applicants to McDonald’s Canada Email address of 50,000 municipal employees accidentally disclosed by the city of Guelph, Ont. Canadian cyber security software and services company, Altair Technologies Ltd. of Mississauga, Ont., victim of backdoor malware inserted into one of its products two years ago Canadian Tire customers told third party obtained log-in information, including email address and password information Loblaws (theft of rewards cards points) Thieves steal millions of PC Optimum points, go on shopping sprees Shopper’s Drug Mart (theft of rewards cards points documented) WestJet (personal information of rewards card members): WestJet Rewards member profiles posted online after privacy breach Personal information of approximately 7,500 British Columbians held by the provincial government’s PharmaNet system, according to the Ministry of Health GREENFIELD — Hancock Health paid a $55,000 ransom to hackers to regain access to its computer systems, hospital officials said Ontario Progressive Conservative Party database hacked: database contains names, phone numbers and other personal information of over a million eligible voters / supporters and donors Top 500 Legal Firms Have Over a Million of Their Credentials Leaked on the Dark Web: Hackers have dumped files in the Dark Web containing nearly 1.2 million email addresses and credentials from the UK’s top 500 law firms Florida Department of State notifies 945 of breach involving the last four digits of their SSN