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The recent ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline has prompted many businesses to re-evaluate how they protect their cyber assets.
In April 2020, the FBI reported an almost 300% increase in cybercrime cases. Unfortunately, small businesses are the most vulnerable cybercrime targets. Read more
With companies working from home due to COVID-19, security teams and employees must minimize the security risks that come with remote-working setups.
COVID-19 is being used in a variety of malicious campaigns including email spam, BEC, malware, ransomware, and malicious domains.
Stalkerware, the use of monitoring software for stalking, represents an intrusion into your privacy and possible security concern for companies and customers.
Setting up small business networks is simple, but users may set up their devices heedlessly and consequently risk their data to unsecure networks.
If a friend tells you that you’ve been sending them strange emails or spamming their social media pages with posts that you aren’t likely to send, you’re probably already aware what happened: your email account has been hacked.
In 2018, personal data breaches were among the top reported cybercrimes in 2018, with 50,642 victims. These amounted to losses over $148.8M.
Social media use raises security and privacy risks for small businesses. Some threats include phishing and fake accounts. Learn how to protect your company.
Delivering adware through mobile devices enables cybercriminals to monetize affected devices while attempting to be innocuous.