16 Questions You MUST Ask Before Hiring Any IT Company
Phishing attacks have reached a new high, with cybercriminals favouring various phishing techniques to trap their victims in nasty phishing scams.
Is your organization ready to handle a cybersecurity incident that hampers your access to systems and data? It’s a likely scenario for businesses of any size.
Every IT professional dreads their company suffering a data breach. However, in today’s volatile cybercrime landscape, many companies find themselves in that unenviable position every year.
Small and midsize businesses (SMBs) are constantly under siege by cyberattack threats like phishing attempts and malicious documents, and that problem will only grow worse. At the same time, budgets are tight for everyone in a challenging economy.
Data security isn’t something that’s at the forefront of most people’s minds, but it probably should be. These days, we use far more than just our trusty laptops and desktops to do real, meaningful work.
The most financially damaging cyberattack that a business can suffer is the Business Email Compromise (BEC). The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) declared BEC 64x worse for a business than ransomware.
Students are returning to the classroom now that back-to-school season is officially underway.
While “vishing” is by no means a new threat, it’s not something that has ever happened with sufficient frequency to get most people’s attention. So, if you haven’t heard the term before, you’re not alone.