Troubling trends in cybercrime that began to appear long before the arrival of the pandemic have been accelerating in recent months, and no doubt will be present long after this chaos passes. As always, some of the criminals’ primary weapons involve peoples’ fears
Hackers at large during COVID-19 pandemic…be safe!
Approaching the third week since stay-at-home orders were issued in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are finding a frightening array of threats to businesses of all sizes, in practically every industry. Most businesses recently forced to transition to remote work did not have a security plan in place. I’ve put together six crucial steps your company can take to protect yourself from the cybercriminals who are working overtime to take advantage of this situation
Are you prepared to protect your remote workers from phishing attacks?
Almost as soon as the COVID-19 pandemic sent office-workers home, cyber-criminals began their attacks—taking advantage of fear, uncertainty, and doubt to get people to make decisions they might otherwise not make
Important Incident Response and Cybersecurity Advice you need for 2020.
These days, cyberattacks don’t come from a couple of hackers in a basement. Most are launched from big operations resembling call centers, run by full-time professionals. To face such organized criminal enterprises, an Incident Response Plan is mission-critical for many businesses and organizations.
Learn why a business impact analysis and a risk assessment is critical to your business continuity.
Creating a robust defense against cyber threats, including malware, malicious traffic, and ransomware, doesn’t have to be an overly complicated process. Like every difficult but wise business move, the path to cybersecurity begins with a few well-placed steps.
We’ve recently seen significant changes in compliance auditing. In the past, clients were able to “check the boxes.” Not so any more.