Cybercriminals’ hacking techniques are constantly evolving, which means if you’re running a business, it is absolutely crucial to use up-to-date defense measures to combat hacking activities. Let’s take a look at some of the cybersecurity measures that every business should be taking in 2017.
Businesses are worried about ransomware – and rightfully so. Last year, 70 percent of companies targeted by ransomware attacks paid rather than risking data loss, with 50 percent of these payments topping $10,000. Take an inside look at tech's biggest threat.
Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks have become some of the most pervasive threats to websites and businesses on the internet today.
No specific hacker’s tools or resources are mentioned here for obvious reasons, but by taking the mystery out of what is essentially a simple process, the business owner can understand what they are up against and why trusting the big software security firms – or even investing in outsourced IT support – is a wise idea.
Here in the U.S., we are celebrating National Small Business Week (NSBW), April 30 – May 6. Learn about ESET's new research on cybersecurity training in the workplace and how you can train your employees for free.
Safeguarding against a data breach – and preparing for one – is something small business owners really need to have on their radar. The good news is that there are some effective, if not infallible, defenses small business owners can easily – and inexpensively – implement.
Phishing emails can harm businesses whose identities are spoofed. Don’t want that to happen to your business? Read the new Staff Perspective from the Federal Trade Commission, "Businesses Can Help Stop Phishing and Protect their Brands Using Email Authentication."