Phishing is a social engineering attack used to obtain sensitive information, such as login credentials and payment details, from users. It happens when an attacker, posing as a trusted source, dupes a victim into clicking on a malicious link or downloading a spam file sent over email, text messages, phone calls or social media. If you fall into this trap,
The last year and a half have taught us that the world can experience a tremendous change in a short time. Whether it’s rapid technological advancements, cyberattacks, stalling economies or even a global pandemic, only resilient organizations can weather these storms. That’s why the concept of organizational resilience is now more relevant than ever before. Organizational resilience is all
Global events, such as recessions and pandemics, create enormous social and economic challenges that impact organizations and their management. From employee and customer satisfaction to financial difficulties, supply chain disruption and skyrocketing cyberattacks, top-level management oversees a wide range of concerns.
While organizations and workers have certainly benefitted from the advancement of technology, it has also introduced an unprecedented number of cybersecurity risks. Ransomware attacks, for example, hit businesses every 11 seconds in 2021.1 Therefore, if you want your business to grow and succeed, you must understand the realities of cybersecurity. The Reality of the Current Threat Landscape Did you know
Although ransomware has long been a serious concern for business owners all over the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has created new opportunities for this threat to flourish, and the attack vector is likely to become even more dangerous in the coming years.
While organizations and workers have certainly benefitted from the advancement of technology, it has also introduced an unprecedented number of cybersecurity risks. Ransomware attacks, for example, hit businesses every 11 seconds in 2021.1 Therefore, if you want your business to grow and succeed, you must understand the realities of cybersecurity.
These 10 Facts About Passwords Illustrate the Danger of Password Pitfalls One of any company’s most precious commodities is its passwords. When cybercriminals get one through any means including phishing, they have a key to your front door – and right to the heart of your business if they snatch a privileged credential. Bad passwords and exposed passwords notch up the risk of a disaster – and so does poor password
Your Data Was Probably Exposed LinkedIn suffered another monster data breach that came to light this week. Earlier this week, the data of 700M LinkedIn users appeared on a popular dark web forum. That number is more than 92% of LinkedIn’s estimated total of 756M users – and a boatload of exposed data. If You’re a LinkedIn User, Your Data
These SMB Cybersecurity Statistics Show How SMB Risk is Changing Cybercriminals are gunning for businesses of every size. In today’s booming dark web markets, the data that your business has including user records, financial information and identity documents are a powerful lure for bad actors who want to make a quick buck and reuse it to facilitate even more cybercrime.
Single Sign-On is the Undercover Security Star You Need Secure identity and access management is a must-have for businesses in today’s volatile cybercrime landscape. This security powerhouse is a cure for many access point security ills that companies experience like chronic password insecurity problems. In a survey of IT executives, researchers noted that 42% of respondents indicated that their organization had been compromised because of a bad, stolen or cracked