Modern Layered Security – Wireless Security

Security Layer 5 COMBATS: DEVICE COMPROMISE Just because employees or users are within the perimeter of your network, doesn’t mean any and all threats have been mitigated. In the modern work environment, users are connected through the wireless network via Wi-Fi access points.

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Modern Layered Security – Mobile and Remote Access Security

Security Layer 4 COMBATS: DEVICE COMPROMISE | MALWARE Security would be much easier if organizations only had to maintain oversite of a controlled, defined environment. However users and devices move in and out of networks — and it is the organization’s responsibility to ensure mobile workers have secure access when they leave the network perimeter.

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Modern Layered Security – Email Security

Security Layer 3 COMBATS: PHISHING | BUSINESS EMAIL COMPROMISE (BEC) | ACCOUNT TAKEOVER  (ATO) The use of email — particularly in business settings — is unavoidable. Because of this commonality, it remains one of the top attack vectors for cyber-criminals, which leverage a salvo of phishing attacks and business email compromise (BEC) campaigns.

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Here’s what to look for when buying antivirus software

Because of the global pandemic, work from home is now a necessity. This has increased the potential entry points for cybercriminals to infiltrate your network. Now more than ever, businesses need better cybersecurity protection. That’s why it’s important to choose the right antivirus software for your needs.

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Why autocomplete passwords are risky

Many people use auto-fill passwords for their convenience. What you might not know is that hackers and advertisers can use them to get access to websites and other applications and gather sensitive information. Learn more about the risks of using autocomplete passwords.

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3 Hacker types you need to know about

What do you call someone who hunts for security gaps in computer hardware and software? A hacker, right? What about someone who executes a vulnerability test and presents their findings to software vendors to help them improve the quality of their products? There is more than one type of hacker, and understanding the difference is […]

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Do these before buying cybersecurity software

The booming market for cybersecurity products is a sign that businesses are taking the issue seriously. But before your company invests in any product, ask yourself if it’s something you really need. Here are some tips on how you can make the most out of your cybersecurity investment.

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Office 365 hacking: What you need to know

Some hackers have become so skilled that they don’t even need you to give up your credentials to hack into your account. One recent cyberthreat is targeted towards users of Microsoft Office 365. You don’t want to be the next victim, so read up. A phishing scam that harvests users’ credentials The latest cyberattack on […]

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Mitigating cybersecurity insider threats

Did you know that in some industries the biggest cybersecurity threats come from inside a breached organization? Sometimes it’s motivated by financial gain and sometimes it’s plain-old ignorance. So how can you protect your organization from insider threats? #1 Educate You must teach your team to recognize personally identifiable information (PII) and understand the financial […]

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Security audits are more crucial than they seem

Security audits are an excellent way to set the benchmark for your company’s data integrity. It is also a reliable way of identifying gaps in your system before they can be exploited by hackers. Auditing and the security strategy Audits are necessary to maintain system integrity and uphold quality.

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