In cybersecurity, there’s a best practice called Defense in Depth. The idea behind Defense in Depth is very simple. Put up a bunch of different types of barriers instead of just relying on one. This way, no matter what attack vector the enemy chooses, you’re covered. Defense in depth is a pretty sound cybersecurity strategy,
Nothing remains static forever; after all, change is the only constant in the world! Naturally, this applies to the world of cyber security as well. Many developments take place in the digital world, especially in the field of Cybersecurity, daily. Since it is humanly impossible to keep track of all these changes, the least we
It sure is a good time to be in the phishing awareness training business, especially if you’re looking for investors to invest in your company. A couple of multimillion dollar deals were announced just last week. First, “start-up security awareness firm CybeReady has expanded into the U.S. market with an initial funding round of $5
I have to admit, what I’m about to share with you will save you a few bucks. There are a lot of ways to protect yourself from phishing attacks. There’s awareness training, endpoint security and real-time, cloud-based link scanning, to name a few. The problem with all of these is that they cost money. Not
Something as dynamic as the world of information or cyber security witnesses scores of activities every day. It is an ever raging battle between the attackers and the security providers. Keeping up with the numerous developments can be a daunting task, but for a cyber-security enthusiast, these updates become a necessity to be better prepared
Google is great. It offers a lot of useful services for free. And those services are tightly integrated so they work well together. Google services are also used by a lot of people. According to an article on Forbes.com, “Google’s Gmail email service is used by upwards of 1.5 billion people. The Google Calendar app,
Cybersecurity is a dynamic field of information and digital technology world and witnesses important events every single day of the year. These might either be the actions of hackers that are in the news or the anti-phishing or information security control measures adopted by the organizations trying to protect their information assets from those adversaries.
Which phishing statistic is scarier? That 94% of organizations say they were hit with a phishing attack in 2018 or that the attacks themselves may be underreported, even when it’s required by law? How about 42% of public sector organizations had been hit with a disruptive ransomware attack in the last month? LAST MONTH! What
As the holiday season approaches and shoppers plan to spend more on online purchases buying toys, gifts, clothes, etc. for the loved ones, the Cyber criminals become more active during this time of the season trying to lure the online buyers into stealing their banking and credit card information. According to various reports published, October
Software-as-a-service (SaaS) is being used more and more to deliver mission critical services to business of all sizes. SaaS provides tremendous benefits to businesses, including eliminating the need for a software development team and eliminating expensive patching and upgrades. Examples of SaaS services include customer relationship management (CRM), eCommerce, storage and email delivery.