16 Questions You MUST Ask Before Hiring Any IT Company
While employees arrived at their offices in person in the past, working from home has become increasingly popular since 2020.
Over the last few years, there have been drastic shifts in how people work. Technology and the COVID-19 pandemic are the two main drivers of these changes.
Phishing is today's most prominent threat to organizations of all sizes and sectors. Some of the most damaging cyberattacks, like business email compromise (BEC), ransomware, and account takeover, use phishing as a precursor.
The dark web has become a multibillion-dollar industry. Like in any other sector, cybercriminals constantly innovate, resulting in constant evolution and technology-driven changes in dark web criminal markets.
The thriving entrepreneurial community in Calgary, Alberta has reason to celebrate as the second annual Small Business Tech Day approaches.
Today, organizations of all sizes find that obtaining and maintaining cyber liability coverage has become increasingly costly, complex and confusing.
Phishing is the most likely way an employee will encounter a cyber threat. It is the most common form of cybercrime, with an estimated 3.4 billion spam emails sent out daily.
Coming into contact with phishing scams has become a common occurrence for businesses. The combination of low upfront costs and a high success rate keeps phishing popular.