For years, cybersecurity has been one of the most prevalent subjects in IT discussions, strategies, and budgets. What was once a discretionary add-on has become a basic requirement for organizations across all industries. Now, experts and enterprises are shifting their focus away from cybersecurity as a whole, drilling down into its individual subsets. Enter cyber defense. […]
Holidays throughout the year pose unique opportunities for cybercriminals to capitalize on increased online activity and understaffed IT teams.
As travelers return to the skies for both business and leisure, they also face heightened cybersecurity risks as high-value targets.
Usernames and passwords have become increasingly easy to breach. Verizon’s 2021 Data Breach Investigation Report revealed that 61% of all data breaches in 2021 involved stolen credentials.
In light of current world events, organizations and individuals should be hyper vigilant about proactively monitoring for cyber threats and taking extra measures to protect data and assets.
As enterprises grow, so do their location counts. This results in a distributed enterprise, where a single organization is made up of several locations or branches, both physical and/or remote.
We’re living in an era of ever-advancing ransomware attacks. In the past year, this malware was used repeatedly to threaten and cripple critical infrastructure and services, causing widespread issues from gas shortages to a disruption of the world’s meat supply.
Is it any wonder that Black Friday nearly coincides with National Computer Security Day? As the holidays approach and we continue to shop online, it is a fitting time of year to think about protecting your data and devices.
The holiday shopping season is upon us. As the pandemic pushes retailers to introduce deals early, “Black Friday” will likely span the several weeks leading up to Christmas.
The pandemic has led to an unprecedented spike in data breaches and has multiplied vulnerabilities in all industries.