Despicable as it may be, cybercrime is an operation that’s always evolving. Basic principles and techniques remain popular, but the scammers are constantly putting a new twist on their tactics. Let's address where business owners need to be particularly vigilant
Ask 10 cybersecurity companies which are the most common threats and you’ll get 10 different lists. That’s not because any of them are “wrong” but because there are so many ways to classify threats and so many different terms. The easiest
You've been hit, now what? Ransomware viruses have infected devices linked to your company's network, do you know your next move? The newest forms of ransomware to hit cyberspace are the malicious malware, Ryuk and Dharma. The malware uses brute force
Dharma ransomware is a virus that's directly inserted by a hacker into a user's open or weakly-secured Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) port. The access becomes available by utilizing email phishing, malicious attachments, downloads, or application patch exploits to remote into
The vulnerability of IT networks rises with every new technology trend. Malicious acts of social engineering continue to present themselves within every organization. A range of new malicious tactics, like ransomware, phishing, spyware and typosquatting are surfacing. We have created
Ransomware is a type of malware that generally holds a system or data hostage until a ransom is paid. There are different entry points hackers can access to deploy ransomware, such as a phishing attack or software vulnerabilities. Since data
Businesses are susceptible to a ransomware attack at any moment from any department. When someone in the office opens a disguised attachment, it could put the entire business at risk. Even someone from HR thinking they are opening a resume
Your inbox is full of valuable information and data whether you realize it or not. Email security plays an important role for any business or individual. Hackers are becoming smarter and using various tactics to gain access to personal/company emails.