Cyber-attacks have reached an all-time high and have started to focus on organizations we once thought were safer than businesses. Read on to find out how one attack in Atlanta claimed several victims.
Author: Brian Garland
A new report reveals that we’ve been creating and managing our passwords all wrong. Read on to learn the new gold standard.
Fairly recently, we watched as Equifax fell into some trouble. Soon thereafter, Deloitte found itself in its own cybersecurity situation. If these major companies can be infiltrated, what stopping a cybercriminal from targeting you?
Not only are small businesses at an increased risk of being targeted by cybercriminals, once attacked, the likelihood of survival decreases significantly. Keep reading to for tips to help protect your company.
The likelihood of your email account being hijacked by malicious program or person is pretty good. And what cybercriminals can (and do) do with your account is bad – really bad. Read on to learn more.
Cybersecurity isn’t going away. In fact, it’s getting worse. Find out how Ohio Auditor of State Dave Yost is helping local businesses and government entities combat cybercrime.
Cybercrime is not going away. But you don’t have to stand by while a cybercriminal infiltrates your network. Read on to learn how Jess Howard Electric Company beat the odds and survived Ransomware.
Without the proper procedures in place business owners risk the very real threat of a large-scale assault on their company’s data. Would you be able to recover if your organization was attacked?
Just one accidental click on a phishing email is enough to infect your entity’s entire network of workstations and laptops. What will you do to protect your organization from Ransomware?
Cybercrime is on the rise and if you thought 2016 was bad … you haven’t seen anything yet! Businesses, particularly small- to mid-sized businesses with smaller IT budgets, are at risk of a cybersecurity breach, but probably not for the reasons you may expect. If not properly trained, your employees will increase your business’s risk … Continued