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Cybersecurity
Zoom jumped from 10 million meeting participants per day (December 2019) to over 200 million daily meeting participants (March 2020). This has led to an unprecedented amount of attention being pointed at Zoom, be it from general public use or from those looking to exploit potential chinks in Zoom’s platform. That attention quickly evolved into...
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Remote working is becoming necessary in this quickly changing business climate. As we move our workforce from within our offices to within their living room, the security foundations we’ve established to protect our infrastructure and data at the office must also migrate with remote working. The movement has been rapid. Only a few businesses were...
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There are many types of exploits cyber criminals can use for various nefarious purposes. These exploits are vastly different in terms of how they work but the one common denominator between them is they all exploit vulnerable systems within the technology we use every day. Some exploits can be defined by the intended purpose of...
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Not all cyber security risks come from malware, viruses, or software vulnerabilities. One of the most grievous risks is a bit more obvious. Keeping passwords on post-it notes or in notepad files might be one of the most easy to recognize vulnerabilities you could discuss in a cyber security setting. Yet studies show it is...
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FIVE STEPS TO COMPLIANCEby: Michael Hall, Chief Information Security Officer Despite different industries being required to follow differently named guidelines, there’s a pretty good overlap for those information security items that IT really needs to worry about.Although there will be some personal information that may not fall under any compliance standards, from an IT perspective,...
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Written by Chris Peterson, Forbes According to a 2019 survey from The Conference Board of more than 800 international CEOs and 600 C-suite members, cybersecurity is cited as the top external concern. The Conference Board also notes (via CIO Dive) that malicious cyber activity cost the economy up to $109 billion in 2016. CEOs and boards that seek...
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https://www.cisomag.com/6-practices-to-strengthen-your-password-hygiene-in-2020/ By Rudra Srinivas The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) of the United Kingdom recently issued a warning to its citizens to have stronger and unique passwords after releasing a file that contained the top 100,000 commonly hacked passwords from the “Have I Been Pwned” data set. With unprotected databases and online services getting breached often, leaked/stolen passwords from...
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The walls of the corporate workplace will become fluid for enterprises over this decade.This will be a movement driven by the way you want to work and the birth of the fully internet-driven workplace; put another way, it’s the death of the legacy corporate network which naturally means the death of traditional network security. It’s...
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Spear Phishing
A lot of cyber attacks don’t target specific individuals. They are usually attacks of opportunity with the goal to steal as much data as possible or gain access to a large number of systems. Although they may not be the majority, a targeted attack is still a major risk. these more specific hacks often target...
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The importance of establishing strong cybersecurity systems within small to mid-sized companies increases every day. 60% of small businesses who are the victim of a cyber attack close their doors within six months. The U.S. Small Business Administration claims over 1/3rd of all cyber crimes target small to medium sized businesses. Those statistics have continued...
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