Social engineering attacks use psychological manipulation to trick users into making security mistakes or giving out sensitive information. These malicious activities are becoming more common and increasingly sophisticated, affecting both enterprises and SMBs alike.  Social engineering typically involves email or other communication that invokes urgency, fear, or similar emotions in the victim, leading them to […]

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Cyber security, or information technology (IT) security, is the practice of protecting computers, mobile devices, electronic systems, networks, and data from digital attacks and unauthorized access.  Why Cyber Security is Important Our society is more reliant on technology than ever before. According to the nation’s top intelligence officials, cyber attacks and digital spying are the […]

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Even the most advanced companies fall victim to cyber attacks. Having a basic understanding of cyber security is essential to protect against unwanted threats. We’ve put together a list of 25 cyber security terms every employee and business should know. Security Terms to Know Antivirus  Antivirus is a software used to prevent, scan, and identify […]

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Large enterprises typically have the resources to protect themselves against ever-evolving cyber security threats. But smaller businesses have tighter budgets and fewer resources, which is one of the main reasons why hackers target them. The good news is that adequate cyber security is not beyond reach. Small businesses can take a number of steps to […]

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Over a year ago, the COVID-19 pandemic changed the work habits of individuals and businesses around the world. Kitchens, guest bedrooms, and living room couches were all converted into office spaces. This unique transition has required flexibility to adapt to a new environment, and with that comes a new set of cyber security risks. The […]

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Social engineering is the art of manipulating people to give up confidential information. These exploits have been around long before the rise of the internet and computers. Criminals use social engineering tactics because, unlike software or hardware hacks, exploiting your natural tendency to trust is much easier. We will discuss what social engineering is, the […]

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No matter how vigilant you are, providing 100% protection to an organization’s IT infrastructure is impossible. Cybercriminals look for the easiest way to achieve their goal, using a variety of tools, techniques, and services that help them find weaknesses across your organization’s systems. That’s why it’s important to understand and implement these three cyber security […]

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A cyber attack is a malicious and deliberate attempt to change, destroy, or steal data, as well as exploit or harm a network. Cyber attacks affect individuals and organizations every day, and cybercrime is intensifying every year as attackers improve their efficiency and sophistication. While there are many different ways to infiltrate an IT system, […]

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With more employees working from home and more organizations conducting business online, many organizations faced fresh challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic last year. At the same time, cyber threat actors were refining their tactics and taking advantage of shifting business operations. Globally, companies of all sizes have experienced cybercrime recently ranging from data breaches […]

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Zero Trust is a security framework requiring all users, whether inside or outside the organization, to be authenticated before being granted access to applications and data. Rooted in the principle of “never trust, always verify,” Zero Trust works to protect modern digital environments by leveraging network segmentation, preventing lateral movement, providing Layer 7 threat prevention, […]

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