Archive for Private Equity

Juice Jacking: The Scary New Threat to Your Phone’s Security

Juice jacking is when hackers steal personal information from people as they charge their devices at public charging stations. From airports to cafes, learn how to keep your devices safe no matter where you work.

CTOs are Choosing Agio for Penetration Testing Services. Here’s Why.

Penetration testing is a vital part of your organizations cybersecurity. Learn why Agio is a top provider for firms that want to protect their assets, organization, and people from cyber threats.

Cybersecurity & Compliance Regulation Best Practices in 2023

Upcoming regulations from U.S. agencies will impact investment firms’ cybersecurity risk management, governance, and incident disclosure policies.

Institutional Investors Embracing the Cloud & Stronger Cyber Controls

Institutional investors are increasing their investment in IT infrastructure and the latest technology advancements. Learn how institutions are better monitoring their investment performance and manage business risk with the help of IT.

5 Growing Cyber Risks Facing the Financial Sector This Year

With the rapid pace of technological change, cybercriminals are constantly finding new ways to attack the financial sector. Learn more about the top five threats to your organization and how to prevent them.

Are You Using The Same Three Passwords From Five Years Ago?

Using weak or reused passwords can make it easier for hackers to guess your passwords. Reduce your risk by using a password manager to track and generate strong, unique passwords.

Truth About Public Wi-Fi: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You

Public Wi-Fi can be a convenient way to access the internet on the go, but it can also be a security risk. Here are some pros and cons to help you decide if you should use public Wi-Fi.

Are You Ready for Ransomware as a Commercial Enterprise?

In the cybercrime world, nothing is more lucrative than holding someone’s data hostage and returning it for millions of dollars. In fact, it’s so lucrative that it’s become a booming business.

Who Is Ultimately Responsible for Cybersecurity?

With data breaches being commonplace, cybersecurity is a top concern for organizations. While safeguarding computer networks starts with senior management, everyone is responsible for cybersecurity.

What Is The Best Way to Lower Your IT Spend?

Today’s economic climate is causing firms to reevaluate their existing operations, and one minor security oversight or technology glitch can result in major costs.

How MFA Fatigue and Social Engineering Threaten Your Environment

Bad actors have started using a new, low-complexity high reward tactic called MFA fatigue, which focuses on exploiting human nature rather than technology.

Cybersecurity Governance Best Practices

Agio’s Cybersecurity 360 Governance Program takes you from checking the box for regulation’s sake to holistic protection of your people, systems, and data. Because when you’re secure, you’re compliant.