2022's best place for Cybersecurity Insights and Advice for Everyone
Smishing is a texting scam. Texts appear to come from reputable companies inducing you to reveal personal information, such as passwords or credit card numbers.
You might think that cyber security awareness training is not for small businesses. You might also think that the bad guys are more interested in bigger companies. You probably should read this because you would be wrong on both counts.
Phishing attacks are the most widespread and most damaging threat to small businesses, accounting for 90% of all cyber security breaches.
Malware or “malicious software” is a cybersecurity term used to describe software that steals your data, spies on you, damages your devices, and generally causes chaos and destruction.
Building a cyber security awareness culture should be a top priority for your organization. Every manager, department, and individual in your firm must commit to this on a long-term basis.
A botnet is a network of computers that work as a collective to infiltrate your device. Here's how to protect your business from botnets.
A hacker is someone who challenges technology to see if it can be compromised. A hacker can black hat or white hat.
Chatbots are conversational assistants that automate repetitive chores. We like them because they assist them in completing jobs swiftly and without the need for human interaction. But an unprotected chatbot can be a security problem. Hackers can use defenseless AI chatbots to carry out nefarious activities. Read to learn more.
A computer worm is not a cute, squiggly little creature. It is an evil, malicious piece of software destined to wreak chaos and disaster on many devices.
Stopping piggybacking all boils down to vigilance and protecting your Wi-Fi with a good VPN, antivirus software, firewall, and security patches.
Social Engineering in the digital world is the intentional deception and manipulation of victims to cause the release and sharing of confidential information used to commit fraud and other cybercrimes.
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.