Buffalo’s Best Places to Work 2014

best places to workJust announced, DIGITS LLC is a finalist for Buffalo Business First’s Best Places to Work competition.  DIGITS LLC falls into the “Micro Category” which is made up of companies having 10-20 employees.

Finalists were chosen by survey results that were submitted anonymously by all employees months prior.  All survey results were analyzed and compared to the other organizations entered.  Finalists were then chosen based upon survey results.  All finalists are invited to a luncheon to find out who the winner is of each size category.  The luncheon has a theme of “Si-Fi” and additional awards are given to the company who is “best dressed”.

DIGITS LLC has our game face on and we are excited to participate in Buffalo’s Best Places to Work 2014 competition!

All Micro finalists include:

Andreozzi Bluestein Weber Brown, LLP, Bison Electrical Services, Buffalo OB-GYN, DIGITS LLC, Erdman Anthony, Georgetown Capital Group, I-Evolve Technology Services, Key Resource Group, LLC, SelectOne Search, Shatter I.T. LLC, SLC Therapy Associates, StraussGroup, Systems Personnel, TxMQ, Inc., US Itek Inc.

DIGITS LLC was founded in 2006 to fill the need in the legal and corporate communities for highly skilled digital forensics, proactive cyber security services, corporate computer investigations, cyber security incident response and advisory services, eDiscovery and litigation support services, and general digital forensic consulting needs.

Flappy Bird Fake Versions Popping Up on Android Market

Flappy Bird

Be alerted, your child’s most recent favorite mobile game “Flappy Bird” has been pulled from the market by it’s developer, Doug Nguyen.  Since the original version has been pulled down from the market, malicious versions of this app have been created and added to the Android market to potentially exploit users.

These fake versions of “Flappy Bird” have been known to send messages to premium numbers, causing unwanted charges to your phone billing statements.  An article published by CNET further describes the vulnerability of the fake versions of this game and talks to various security experts about the impact that the malicious versions have made.  Click the link to read CNET’s article titled “Squawk! Flappy Bird fakes are hatching Android malware.”