A year-end technology review provides an opportunity to look at several areas of your IT. The goal is to take time to focus on improvements you can make to boost your bottom line. As well as what tactics to take to reduce the risk of a costly cyberattack.
Endpoints make up much of a company’s network and IT infrastructure. This is a collection of computers, mobile devices, servers, and smart gadgets. As well as other IoT devices that all connect to the company network. Each of those devices is a chance for a hacker to penetrate a company’s defenses. They could plant malware or gain access to sensitive company data. An endpoint security strategy addresses endpoint risk and puts focused tactics in place.
When an employee leaves a company, there is a process that needs to happen. This is the process of “decoupling” the employee from the company’s technology assets. This digital offboarding is vital to cybersecurity.
Insider attacks are skyrocketing, and so is the cost to recover from them. We’ll tell you what types of threats constitute an “insider threat” and how to safeguard your network to lower your risk.
The holiday shopping season is taking off. This means that scammers have also revved up their engines. Here are some of the most critical safety tips to improve your online holiday shopping.
Employees at small businesses see 350% more cyber threats than those at large companies. Do the math, and it’s not looking good for the security of small businesses. Find out how to reduce your risk.
Trying to keep up with software vulnerabilities is like playing a game of Whack-a-Mole. But if you don’t stay updated, you can easily succumb to a cyberattack. Learn what hackers are going after now.
Business email compromise (BEC) is so common that it now has its own acronym. Weak and unsecured passwords lead to email breaches. So do data breaches that reveal databases full of user logins. Both are contributors to how common BEC is becoming.
Few things invoke instant panic like a missing smartphone or laptop. If it’s a work laptop or smartphone that goes missing, even worse.
The faster you act, the more risk you mitigate for a breach of personal or business information. Here are steps you should take immediately after the device is missing.
Why has phishing remained such a large threat for so long? Because it continues to work.In May of 2021, phishing attacks increased by 281% and in June, they spiked another 284%. As soon as 6 months after a person has been trained on phishing identification, they can begin to forget things. Improve memory retention by using the SLAM phishing identification method.