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The criminal eavesdropping and hijacking of video teleconferencing (VTC) calls got so bad earlier this year that the FBI issued advisories to protect organizations of all kinds against them.
businesses slowly make their comeback, COVID-themed phishing and malware
attacks still pose a threat, experts warn, because a percentage of employees will
continue to work remotely.
Driven by the desire to reduce costs, increase productivity, and generally become more competitive, business owners continue to look to the cloud for answers.
Laptop theft, accidental deletion, hijacking by malware, and of course hack attacks can be a big problem for small businesses.
Although DX remains mostly a strategy of larger companies, small business leaders are watching developments with an eye toward the future.
The adoption of cloud-based solutions is on the rise, as businesses of all sizes, in countries around the world, seek to reduce costs, streamline operations and gain competitive advantage.
For most companies, securing email begins with defining and enforcing password-hygiene best practices, and training employees to spot and report suspicious-looking messages.
The pandemic of 2020 took the world by surprise, with certain groups, including small business owners, bearing the brunt of the deadly outbreak.
In mid-April, Sophos security experts identified more than 1,700 malicious domains using “corona” or “covid” in their names. The following article shares a list of the latest report entries.
The most recent version (from 2019) was compiled from real-world stats spanning more than 41,000 cybersecurity incidents and 2,000+ data breaches from 73 public and private global entities.
follow technology news, you’ve seen an uptick in media coverage of the ‘dark’
web–a hidden and largely notorious online marketplace where anonymous users
trade in virtually every illicit activity imaginable.
Among ways cybercrooks are trying to stoke and profit from the current calamity is by bombarding companies and at-home workers with coronavirus-themed email-phishing attacks.
In an effort to protect employee health and continue serving customers, business owners across the country have rapidly adopted the work-from-home (WFH) telecommuting model, which equips designated staff to remotely log in and access company networks and data files.
In a span of just weeks, the coronavirus pandemic has brought life to a screeching halt, ushering in a frightening ‘new-normal’ driven by ‘social distancing,’ ‘self-quarantines,’ and ‘sheltering-in-place.’
At-home workforces must remain productive and engaged–ideally, without exposing employees, systems and networks to cyber hacks and data loss.
on cybersecurity infrastructure is rising, yet the threat of attacks and
breaches continues to escalate at a mind-boggling pace.
Multiple years of catastrophic weather, fires
and earthquakes provide reason enough to
re-evaluate your disaster recovery (DR) plan.
Many small-business leaders are
thinking about digital transformation (DX)–the use of technology to digitize and
In companies where leaders and IT pros are spread thin, technology
traps will bring trouble.
by the promise of lower costs and more control over their space, consumers are
flocking to the Internet of Things, as are deep-pocketed corporations, enticed
by the added bonus of deeper insights into increasingly numerous and complex data
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