An unfortunately clever new form of ransomware uses a PayPal phishing page in an attempt to steal your credit card information. Learn about this cyberattack to recognize it and avoid being scammed by it.
Hackers have done a pretty good job at impersonating DocuSign, a leading electronic signature company that many businesses rely on. Learn how to recognize and fight a recent DocuSign scam email that has already claimed thousands of victims.
When it comes to keeping your business protected, a holistic, integrative approach to cyber security works best. This should include sandboxing software that quarantines and analyzes threats.
A strong password is crucial to preventing hackers from stealing personal and business data. Use these rules to improve your password strength and keep hackers away.
Phishing is a dangerous cyberattack that seeks to prey on unsuspecting victims. Spear phishing attacks are even scarier and more dangerous. Learn how to identify and prevent them from compromising your sensitive data.
You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t view innovation as a good thing, and we’re no different. However, it’s important to understand that with new technology comes new cyber security threats. Here’s why, and what you can do to stay ahead of the hackers.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) mandates that health care organizations protect the privacy of patients’ personal information. Maintaining HIPAA compliance requires several key cyber security measures.
The security of your company’s network is not something that should be taken lightly. You may know by now that small, local businesses are no safer from hackers than large businesses. Cyber security practices like penetration testing and vulnerability scans can help keep your network safe.
There’s a good chance you’re aware of how terrifyingly clever cybercriminals have become in the last few years. Unfortunately, they’re great at their jobs, meaning it’s possible for them to conduct a successful data breach of your business without you even realizing.
When you think about the number of hacking cases we’ve seen over the years, it begs the question: how secure is my password? For most people, the answer is not as secure as you think. In fact, “123456” and “password” were the most commonly used of 2015. To make sure your greatest line of defense…