Cybersecurity is more important than ever. Cybercriminals are launching large-scale phishing attacks, and companies need to protect themselves from such threats. Especially after the Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Cyberattack, now is the time to increase your business’ security and reevaluate your current practices.
Today’s employers must handle a hybrid in-person and remote work strategy that’s secure and seamless.
The right collaboration platform supports a successful hybrid work strategy now and into the future.
After a year of many businesses continuing to work remotely, companies are now deciding what kind of flexibility they will allow their employees going forward. Transitioning to a Workplace as a Service model gives your employees the ability to work from anywhere at any time, meaning you can reduce physical office costs, strengthen your cybersecurity
One of the world’s largest providers of critical national infrastructure, Colonial Pipeline, was successfully targeted with a ransomware attack on May 7th. The hackers stole 100 GB of sensitive corporate data, threatening to only release when a full ransom was paid. In response, the Colonial Pipeline shut down some of its operations to pre-emptively prevent
It’s estimated that by 2023, cybercriminals will steal 33 billion records annually. A recent Juniper Research study states that organizations of all sizes should make cybersecurity a large part of their IT strategy in order to avoid these risks. Organizations should not wait until data and network security breaches have already occurred to start taking
Though the word “legacy” can have a positive connotation in many industries, it isn’t great to hear in the world of technology. Though it may be tempting to use a system with which you are familiar, even if it is outdated, this can leave you at risk for cyberattacks and ends up costing your company
One of the most common types of cybercrime is social engineering attacks. This method is often used because it targets one of your company’s most vulnerable spots: your employees. Humans are often a weak spot in your network’s security, so it’s important to understand social engineering and how to defend against it to avoid costly
With cyberattacks increasing in frequency and sophistication, cybercriminals are finding cheaper and easier points of entry into businesses every day.
Until it happens to you, a malware attack may be something that you kept in the back of your mind and haven’t given much thought to.