Posts Tagged ‘cyberattacks’
Is Your Business Prepared for a Potential Russian Cyberwar?
As Russia continues its invasion of Ukraine, people and countries around the world are condemning their actions. As of now, Russia seems to be keeping its focus on Ukraine, but that may change. Given the various sanctions that countries, including the United States, are placing on them, Russia may want to retaliate in some way.…Read More
What is Two Factor Authentication and Why Should I Use It?
Two factor authentication is an increasingly popular way to add an extra layer of security to accounts. While your network might already have ample security, every layer you add is another hoop hackers have to get through to reach your company’s data. Although not everyone will love having to go through an extra step to…Read More
What is a Dark Web Scan, and Why Should You Do It?
The dark web is a collection of hidden sites on the Internet that cannot be found using popular search engines. They are accessed via specialized browsers/clients. Your company’s data could be for sale there, and you wouldn’t even know it until it’s too late. Breaches often go unnoticed, and the dark web is where the…Read More
Cybersecurity in Mergers and Acquisitions
Buying or merging with another business is both an exciting and stressful time. In the midst of the flurry of activity surrounding a merger process, cybersecurity measures can easily be overlooked in the planning stages. Given that the security of both businesses during mergers and acquisitions could be at risk if these are neglected, it’s…Read More
How To Recognize and Guard Against Phishing Emails
Phishing emails have been around for decades, yet they’re still one of the more effective online scams. They continue to become increasing harder to recognize, but it’s easier when you know some common red flags to watch out for. What Are Phishing Emails As the name implies, phishing emails literally “fish” for information. This…Read More
How to Protect Your Business from Ransomware
Ransomware attacks are a major cyber threat facing all types of businesses. During a ransomware attack, the perpetrators encrypt all of your files and demand a ransom in cryptocurrency to restore access. Failure to pay the ransom within a certain amount of time results in losing access to all of your files. Many times, these…Read More