There are significant profits to be made from stealing organizational data. In fact, cyber crime damage costs are projected to hit $6 trillion annually by 2021. Cyber criminals have plenty of tools to choose from, but they continue to use one of the most effective methods ever – phishing attacks.
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When it comes to cloud services, there are plenty for you to choose from. Each one offers its own unique benefits, which means you need to find the best fit for your business. Here’s our guide to getting it right in 2020 and a selection of services for you to try.
Cybersecurity training is often overlooked by employers, leaving employees making mistakes that in turn, leave the company vulnerable and open to costly cyberattacks. With the increase in cyberattacks, employers must start training employees on the basics of cybersecurity.
Penetration testing is performed to test an organization’s system or network for possible security vulnerabilities that could compromise sensitive data. It can be automated or performed manually. All findings are subsequently shared with the company’s IT team.
Anyone can be the victim of a cyberattack, but with the appropriate cybersecurity in place, you can minimize your risk. Here are a few cybersecurity tips that can help.
When it comes to keeping your business, your data, and your employee information safe from ongoing digital threats, your IT security is what stands between you and an ever-increasing number of attacks on your business’s network.
Cybercrime is an ever-increasing risk. As technology advances, so do the abilities and tactics of hackers who would just love to get their hands on your sensitive business data.
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