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What to Do if You Open a Phishing Email

August 02, 2023

Getting an organization up and running takes years of blood, sweat, and tears. However, a phishing attack can severely disrupt business operations and quickly cause massive damage.

Be a Hero: Support Calgary's Business Leaders in the Ultimate Challenge for Camp Kindle!

August 01, 2023

Oscar Diaz, our esteemed CEO, has passionately accepted this challenge, along with other dedicated participants, with the noble aim of raising $15,000. The funds raised will significantly impact the lives of the young warriors.

The Dangers of AI-Driven Chat GPT Phishing Campaigns and How to Avoid Them

July 26, 2023

The modern cybercriminal is highly inventive in disrupting a business’s operations. They have access to various resources that help them execute cyberattacks, and that list grows daily as technology evolves.

Securing Your Business Against Legion’s Malware Upgrade

July 20, 2023

The Legion commodity malware, known for its disruptive activities, was recently upgraded. This latest version can target Secure Shell (SSH) protocols and more cloud services, escalating the need for heightened cybersecurity measures.

Are Companies with Cyber Insurance More Security Savvy?

July 19, 2023

In today’s volatile cybercrime landscape, businesses need protection against the potential massive loss in revenue caused by a cyberattack.

Reshaping Business Operations for Unprecedented Growth with AI and Automation

July 18, 2023

Picture this: your business is a well-oiled machine, tackling daily challenges and achieving new milestones effortlessly. All the while, you're outpacing your competition.

The Power of Data Visualization: Tips for Presenting Complex Data for Better Decision-Making

July 11, 2023

Data visualization is a tool and art businesses can use to communicate goals, analytics, and other information in a simple but optical presentation.

Google’s Bug Bounty Program: A Step Towards Safer Apps

July 06, 2023

In 2021, Google paid $8.7 million to researchers to find security vulnerabilities in its products and services. The year after that, the tech giant gave out $12 million.

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