Category: Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity has taken the forefront on the global stage, and it’s more important than ever for companies to protect their sensitive data. Challenges such as bring your own device (BYOD), shadow IT, and social engineering further complicate the everyday cyberthreat. Look here for the latest news and best practices that can help you reduce your organization’s risk.

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Online Security in the Age of Increased Remote Workers

As diagnosed cases of the coronavirus continue to spike in much of the United States, “social distancing” has entered the common lexicon—and has cemented its hashtag status on social media. Many companies find themselves pushing back their formal return to office dates, and are continuing to encourage employees who can work from home, to continue […]

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5 Trade Secret Protection Risks to Consider During Pandemic

In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, companies have changed their core business operations and instituted new practices and procedures in the blink of an eye. The changes, perhaps unknowingly, have created risks that could jeopardize the protection of valuable trade secrets.

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How to Spot (and Stop) Robocall Scams

You or your employees may have gotten an e-mail from a scammer at one point pretending to be a CEO or other leader, wanting them to transfer funds. This is a common email scam, where potential scammers can use a familiar email address to trick employees into buying gift cards or transferring money from a […]

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Beware of Phishing Attacks—Actionable Advice to Protect Your Company’s Data

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold, we are all being forced to adjust our new daily routines, and this includes cybercriminals. Since the start of the crisis, security teams are reporting an overall rise in all types of cyberattacks, ranging from phishing, account takeovers, and even activating long-dormant ransomware attacks. Keeping in mind that […]

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Employee Theft in Today’s Climate

Many businesses who have the means are now moving to a remote work setup for their employees as a precaution for today’s climate. For businesses deemed “essential” like grocery stores and other retailers, employees are working with elevated risks and stress throughout the day. The increased pressure on employees both working both in-person and remotely […]

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Cybersecurity Training Basics

In our highly digitized world, the potential for theft, fraud, and other crimes is often greater through a computer than it is in person. The amount of information and access controlled in the cyber realm, as well as the ability to strike anonymously from anywhere around the globe, means hacking, phishing, and other cybercrimes are […]

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Deepfakes Cost Companies Millions, and That’s Just the Beginning

Imagine someone in your billing department gets an urgent call. The CEO is requesting an immediate transfer of funds into a bank account due to an emergency with a very important client. The voice is convincing, and the client is real. Accounting does what it does best—transfers hundreds of thousands of dollars in record time. […]

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Not All Clouds Are Created Equal

Data breaches have always existed. They certainly predate computers, strange as that might seem, because a “data breach” is simply when information (usually of a sensitive nature) gets into the wrong hands. As long as humans have been storing information of any kind in any way, there have been other humans who have tried to […]

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Non-Malware Attacks: What They Are and How to Protect Against Them?

Non-malware attacks are on the rise. According to a study by the Ponemon Institute, 29 percent of the attacks organizations faced in 2017 were fileless. And in 2018, this number may increase up to 35 percent. So, what are non-malware attacks, how do they differ from traditional threats, why are they so dangerous, and what […]

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Right Now, Hackers Are Interacting with Your Employees—Are They Prepared?

Imagine a scenario in which an employee clicks a link in an e-mail and costs his or her employer $600,000. Unfortunately, this situation does not require one’s imagination. This is exactly what happened in Riviera Beach, Florida, when an employee clicked a link in an e-mail, and the government was crippled by a ransomware attack. […]