The latest security awareness video covers “vishing” which is defined as the fraudulent practice of making phone calls or leaving voice messages purporting to be from reputable companies in order to trick individuals to reveal personal information, such as bank details and credit card numbers.
October is quickly approaching which means for many businesses, it’s time to prepare for Cyber Security Awareness Month – a month recognized all over the world as an opportunity for to double-down on security awareness efforts.
Being a system administrator is never an easy job. From setting up and maintaining servers, to ensuring that the network is protected from spam, viruses and malware, or being on the lookout 24/7 for issues with systems and programs, there are plenty of challenges that come with being in charge of company IT systems.
When it comes to cyber security best practices, removable media and devices must only be plugged or inserted into your computer if you trust/know the source.
Elevate Security is a proud contributor to this year’s Verizon 2020 Data Breach Investigations Report (VBDIR). “The more things change, the more they remain the same” is the theme we’ve designated for this year’s report.
We’re bringing you another free security awareness video! These videos are brought to you by Adobe, National Cyber Security Alliance, and Speechless Inc. Phishing, we’ve heard of it, but what does it mean? Here are some signs of a phishing attempt.
Living in Seattle is weird right now. Our Emerald City is leading the way in coronavirus infections in the United States, which means we’re also leading the way on implementing the preventative measures designed to stop the spread of the virus … and it’s making us all a little crazy.
Co-working spaces provide a flexible and comfortable environment to digital nomads and entrepreneurs. However, these shared environments come with potential data security risks. Here are some important measures you need to take to enhance and ensure the security in your co-working space.
With increasingly widespread support for two-factor authentication (2FA) on websites and mobile apps, individuals are able to add an extra step to their account login process to provide a higher level of security.