When it comes to cybersecurity, good behavior can be rewarding. That’s why Cybersecurity Awareness Month has put the spotlight on four key behaviors that you can quickly and easily do to stay safe online.
As another Cybersecurity Awareness Month kicks off, one of the questions we often hear and consider when building educational materials to help our customers stay safe online is “Does consumer education really make a difference?”
The internet has become a vital aspect of our lives. People from around the globe spend over 7 hours online every day. It’s debatable whether this is good or bad, but it’s a fact, and the numbers keep increasing.
“Things only get crazy in the second half of the chessboard,” said Ray Kurzweil.
Cyber attacks can be devastating, and they’re increasingly common among small and mid-sized businesses. When a cyberattack occurs, it can leave your business picking up the pieces for months to come, and some companies never fully recover following a breach.
An unfathomable excess of online data is generated every day as the global economy churns; individuals take to social media; and modern life strives to keep pace with advancing technology.
Cybersecurity is one of the most critical issues facing businesses today. In 2021, data breaches cost companies an average of $4.24 million, and the number of ransomware-related data leaks increased by 82%. That’s a lot of money, and it’s getting worse.
After two long years of virtual conferences, it was a fantastic opportunity to see so many customers and colleagues at the NCA’s recent Security Training and Awareness Conference. And during the event, I saw that after all of these years, the market is beginning to shift its language and to see the value in three…
As a CISO, you know the list of security issues in enterprise cloud computing seems to always be growing. When you’re tasked with keeping your organization’s cloud environment secure, it is critical to first recognize what threats are out there so you can install the necessary policies and solutions to combat them. Sometimes this task…