17 Types of Cyber Attacks To Secure Your Company From in 2020

Article courtesy of phoenixnap.com - published originally February, 2019 In this article you will learn: What a Cyber Security Attack looks like in 2020 and how to identify one. An attack could destroy your business overnight, a proper security defense requires understanding the offense. How to protect your organization from the most common cyber attack vectors. Different methods require different prevention strategies. [...]

2020-02-13T10:08:49-07:00February 13th, 2020|

How to Prepare for and Address a Cyberattack

As of late, an unfortunate reality is that it’s no longer “if” a cyber incident will occur, but a matter of “when.” A survey of information technology professionals conducted by cybersecurity company Kaspersky found 91% of their companies have been affected by attacks in the last year, while 45% admit they’re under-prepared. No one is immune — companies of any size and in any [...]

2020-01-28T15:47:59-07:00January 28th, 2020|

Basic Tips & Advice: Data Privacy

Keep a Machine Clean Keep security software current Protect all devices that connect to the internet Protect your Personal Information Lock down your login Uniue account, unique password Connect with Care When it doubt, throw it out Get savvy about Wi-Fi hotspots Be Web Wise Stay current Think before you act Back it up Be a Good Online Citizen Safer for me, [...]

2020-01-23T11:07:51-07:00January 23rd, 2020|

Common Cybersecurity Misconceptions

Employees empowered with the resources and knowledge to protect your organization from cyber threats is one of the best lines of defense you can have. Part of that training should involve breaking down often-quoted cybersecurity misconceptions. Download Full Information Sheet According to the 2018 Verizon Data Breach [...]

2020-01-17T14:55:24-07:00January 17th, 2020|

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