Introduction In recent years, ransomware has become more and more of a threat to businesses of all sizes, from small companies to huge corporations. It’s
Here’s how the situation unfolding in Europe is projected to affect the cybersecurity industry on a global scale.
Adware is annoying, hard to get rid of and difficult to spot until it’s already in your machine. Take precautions against risky behavior to prevent something like this from happening in the first place. Here’s how.
In the sense that you use it near-daily, you’re already familiar with biometric authentication.
Despite how easy facial recognition makes securely signing into your accounts, it also prevents questions about who is collecting this data, where they’re keeping it or selling it to, and other privacy concerns that have made the software a hot topic since its inception. Thus the question remains: What will happen with the industry in 2022?
Using the language and sometimes the likeness of real products, rogueware gets unsuspecting victims to purchase or download it. Then they can wreak havoc on your network and devices. Here’s what you need to know about this security threat.
Leaving default passwords active also leaves you at risk of a password spraying attack, a common type of cyberattack that leverages numbers as opposed to targeting a specific account.
There’s a reason why you can’t seem to get your staff 100% invested in cybersecurity. Whether it’s innocent mistakes or calculated violations, understanding their motivation will help you get the whole organization following protocol.
Five predictions about how the security landscape will change in 2022.
It’s only after a breach occurs that you truly know where your biggest vulnerabilities lie. There are ways to predict where your biggest risk factors lie and take preemptive steps to increase security.