We all know that sometimes – despite our best efforts – data disasters just happen. But there are also potentially some employee behaviors putting your business at risk, and it’s important to identify the things that can be done to reduce the poor behaviors that threaten your network.
One consequence of a successful cyber-attack that we’ve referenced in some of our cybersecurity coverage is account hijacking. So for this post we decided to go a little more in-depth on specificially what is account hijacking, why it matters, and of course how you can avoid it.
Thanks to our dependence on technology, cybercrime is undeniably a threat to every single business, large or small (or in-between). And there is every reason to expect that cyberattacks are only going to increase in volume, strength and sophistication, costing businesses an estimated $6 trillion by the year 2021.
Two things are very clear right now. One is that the majority of business leaders are worried about cyberthreats. Two is that worrying about it isn’t necessarily translating into doing anything about the risks they are facing.
National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) – observed in October each year for the past 13 years - was created as a collaborative effort between government and industry to ensure every American has the resources they need to stay safer and more secure online.
Cybersecurity is a hot topic right for both businesses and individuals, and for...
Think a data breach or successful cyber attack could never happen to your business?
We may be entering the “most wonderful time of the year” but cyber-criminals don’t necessarily share in the feelings of goodwill towards men that are the norm during the joyful holiday season. In fact, it’s a time of year when even more online vigilance is required to avoid cyber threats, because unfortunately all this holiday cheer brings with...