It’s official! In our connected world, no digital domain or communication is sacred anymore. In addition to staying alert to email phishing scams, malvertising and insecure Wi-Fi connections, text messages should also be treated as suspect thanks to SMiShing.
Social engineering is the art of manipulating you into giving up personal or private information. It's also a very common type of cyberattack levied against small and medium-sized businesses (SMB’s), making it critical that you understand both what it is and how it’s being used to trick victims (your employees) into handing over confidential...
You may be the one who is most responsible for putting your computer at risk of a breach or malware infection. But by taking steps to end these 10 bad habits, you can limit your risks and enjoy a safer, more secure 2017.
Halloween frights may come around only once a year, but there are some truly scary scams lurking online every single day of the year.
He didn't MEAN to take down your business network.
All he did was click on the link in that email his bank sent him unexpectedly.
Because if he didn't follow that link immediately, his account was going to be frozen. And he had plans later on, so not being able to access his account was going to be super inconvenient.
It was just one click.
Do you know how to spot phishing attacks and keep your business network safe from threats like ransomware and identify theft?
One of the mainstays in a hacker's arsenal is the phishing attack. Phishing is defined as a form of fraud in which the attacker tries to learn information such as login credentials or account information by masquerading...
ALERT: Please be advised that there is a marked increase in ransomware attacks against businesses nationally. As you may have seen, this issue recently made headline news, with a high profile attack on Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center in Los Angeles. A number of police departments around the country have also been targeted.
Let's be really clear here - this is NOT a list (see list below) you want to be on. Answering yes to this question is most definitely not a good thing. So if you spot yours on the below list of worst passwords of 2015, then stop reading this and go strengthen your password(s).