Cyberattacks are becoming more complex, sophisticated, and undetectable. That means cybersecurity strategies need to review and adapt to trends to ensure continued protection. Common trends for the future of cyberattacks The future of cyberattacks revolves around advanced infections and target opportunities.
How you implement cybersecurity, cyber governance, and compliance influences how protected your firm actually is.
With the right policies and processes in place, you can significantly minimize your organization’s likelihood of falling victim to ransomware.
Ensure your organization has the proper processes, tools and people in place to reduce the likelihood of successful attacks.
Training end users to be vigilant against cyber-attacks is the first step towards keeping your organization secure.
Imagine yourself in this situation: You’re a diverse global company. COVID-19 is everywhere and hurting business, so you have to furlough some people.
Verizon’s 2020 Data Breach Investigation Report (DBIR) is out and, as usual, provides some of the richest data available.
A major cyber attack affecting all Windows servers, PCs and laptops has affected many multinational organizations across Europe.
At least 74 countries were hit today with WannaCry ransomware.