Every year is different in network security. Threats change, new problems emerge, and your network has to evolve.
Stay ahead of the curve. See the top eight types of network attacks recorded in Q2 2017. You’ll get a review of the data and descriptions for each type.Continue reading
Some malware can hide in plain sight – injecting itself into RAM and active processes. This makes it almost impossible to detect with traditional antivirus.
Get an overview of “fileless malware”, how it works, and how it can takeover. You’ll also see examples of recent fileless attacks against restaurants, website visitors, and more.Continue reading
In network security, you have to prioritize. You could take hundreds of steps to improve your security, but which ones really matter?
See just five security controls you can use to stop about 85% of all cyber attacks – basically, most of the common attacks seen today. The controls come from the CIS 20 (formerly known as the SANS 20).Continue reading
You need to know the devices that are allowed to use your network. The good news is you do not need a complicated or expensive asset management system to do it.
See a fast and easy way to document the devices on your network. You can get organized and start saving time.Continue reading
Some of the most cunning and dangerous hackers in the world target companies in the finance and energy sectors. How do these companies prevent attacks? And what can you learn from them?
See five cybersecurity best practices from the finance and energy sectors. The tips were published by a federal task force in June 2017, and we point you to additional resources.Continue reading
Medical devices have terrible security just like everything else in the Internet of Things. But while a hacked thermostat is annoying, a hacked insulin pump can kill you.
See the top three fears of health IT pros around medical device security. You’ll get examples of potentially fatal hacks and malware that can ensnares the entire network.Continue reading
Charlotte, NC – Calyptix Security today published a cyber security report that analyzes threat intelligence data collected exclusively from small business networks in North America. The report offers a look into … Continue reading
Social networks like Facebook and Twitter have become preferred channels for hackers. They are being used to attack small businesses, individuals, and even the Department of Defense.
Know the types of attacks to watch for in social media. See how quickly the threat is growing, and why hackers are learning to love Facebook more than email.Continue reading
The ‘internet of things’ is full of security holes – but should you care? Is the threat of an IoT attack real?
See five examples of IoT attacks and vulnerabilities. Show them to your clients to convince them to take action.Continue reading
Hackers have a new trick to steal money. It’s as simple as an email, and it can destroy a small business if successful.
Uncover the threat of “business email compromise” – a special type of email scam that the FBI says caused more damage last year than ransomware, phishing, or corporate data breaches.Continue reading