Phishing attacks are the most widespread and most damaging threat to small businesses, accounting for 90% of all cyber security breaches.
Failing to plan is a plan to fail. The vulnerability of your small business's digital infrastructure is dramatically increased without a sound cyber security plan. Business plans help achieve desirable outcomes. You don't want to be a cyber attack victim, so build a plan.
How many passwords do you have? Did you know the average Internet user has 100 passwords. That's a lot of passwords to remember on a daily basis. How do manage all those password effectively - a password manager.
In cybersecurity, a Back Door Threat enables a hacker to gain unauthorized access to a computer or digital device at any time.
Pharming is cybercriminals “slight of hand” cyber attack. Redirecting you to a fake website imitating a legitimate site so they can steal your login info, financial data, and more.
Cybercriminals target phishing scam attempts on fatigued workers in the hopes of catching them off guard with an attention-getting email. They also launch phishing schemes against unsuspecting individual users by using fear and intimidation. And it sometimes works.
An Ad Blocker is an app or browser extension that stops ads (popup, banner, inline) from displaying on your desktop or mobile device.
DNS hijacking is no laughing matter. It is a serious security threat that is consuming the cyber world. The critical role of DNS for network security has made a primary target for facilitating mass data theft.
An effective cyber security plan outlines in simple language the best cybersecurity practices your organization needs to stay safe. It doesn't have to be complicated, but it should be pragmatic.
Preinstalled and unwelcome. Bloatware is unwanted software installed on your digital device; slowing it down, reducing battery life, consuming space and just destabilizing it.
Element is a secure messaging app for safer personal and corporate communication and other group chats.