Passwords are often the only barrier between your data and malicious actors. But many users continue to use weak passwords like “123456”, putting their data and companies at risk.
See how attackers will try to steal your password, and see how to stop them, in this post on strong password security.Continue reading
Business travelers tend to check email and update spreadsheets on the road – sometimes from the comfort of an economy seat on an airplane. But did you know this can raise the risk of a data breach at your company?
Stay safe with these seven tips for data security on business trips. Share them with your clients to show them that you’re an expert.Continue reading
A ransomware plague has struck hospitals and other healthcare organizations across the U.S. Victims are paying ransoms of nearly $20,000 to unlock millions of files.
How does this happen? Why is healthcare a target? What can you do to protect yourself? Read on to find out.Continue reading
Mobile phones are everywhere, and they hold a growing amount of our lives and work. But are they safe for the office? Is mobile malware a real threat?
See the top four myths about mobile malware and what they mean for your security. Find out how fast the problem is growing and how to keep your phone safe.Continue reading
The web is flooded with malware. Most users don’t have a clue on how to avoid it. What if you could give your clients three simple ways to stay safe? Would you save time and money?
See three easy-to-follow rules that will dramatically reduce the chances of a malware infection. They come from Spam Nation, the best-selling book by cyber security journalist Brian Krebs.Continue reading
Criminals are placing ads on some of the most popular sites on the web. The scariest part: the ads can infect users with malware without even clicking.
Learn more about the rapidly growing threat called “malvertising.” Find out how attackers are combining zero-day exploits, malware, and online ads for a powerful attack strategy, and see how you can avoid it.Continue reading