Mobile devices make up about 60% of the endpoints in a company network. They also handle about 80% of the workload. But they’re often neglected when it comes to strong cybersecurity measures.
When the year is coming to a close, it’s the perfect time to plan for the future. Most businesses begin the year with the hope of growing and improving operations.
There are many reasons why hackers see small businesses as low-hanging fruit. And why they are becoming larger targets of hackers out to score a quick illicit buck.
When employees are sharing the same cloud space it’s hard to keep things organized. Storage can be difficult to keep efficient. Disorganized cloud storage systems lead to problems.
You don’t expect a phishing email tucked inside an ongoing email conversation between colleagues. Most people are expecting phishing to come in as a new message, not a message included in an existing reply chain
Give employees a “hook” they can use for memory retention by introducing the SLAM method of phishing identification.
People can’t change behaviors if training isn’t reinforced regularly. They can also easily forget what they’ve learned after several months go by. So, how often is often enough to improve your team’s cybersecurity awareness and cyber hygiene?
The biggest advantage to using a second monitor is that you can do more in less time because you’re not struggling to get to the windows you need when you need them.
Credential theft is now at an alltime high and is responsible for more data breaches than any other type of attack. With data and business processes now largely cloud-based, a user’s password is the quickest and easiest way to conduct many different types of dangerous activities.
The need to back up data has been around since floppy disks. Data loss happens due to viruses, hard drive crashes, and other mishaps. Most people using any type of technology have experienced data loss at least once.
Companies don’t need to resign themselves to the impending doom of a breach. There are some proven tactics they can take to mitigate the costs.
Without proper training, 32.4% of employees are prone to fall for a phishing scam. Variations of this scam are prevalent and can lead to significant financial losses, both personally and in the business.
One of the most difficult types of attacks to detect are those performed by insiders. An “insider” would be anyone that has legitimate access to your company network and data via a login or authorized connection.
Endpoints are the collection of devices that make up your company’s network and IT infrastructure. Each of those devices is a chance for a hacker to penetrate a company’s defenses.