While you may not be able to prevent all ransomware, you can be prepared to outsmart it.
By all accounts, 2016 is shaping up to be the Year of Ransomware. Ransomware is nothing new but the tools and tactics have evolved. Here’s what you need to know to face the current threats.
Floridians tell ourselves we are not really at risk for a hurricane. I hear the same sentiment from executives about their cyber security risk. We tend to downplay common threats but how dangerous could denial really be?
Hackers, cybercriminals and nation-state actors clearly identify healthcare organizations themselves as a valuable source of assets — just the same as a bank has direct monetary assets. Your data is a tempting prize.
Is your team prepared for a sudden data breach or security incident? If you do not have a documented, practiced plan you will find yourselves playing catch up resulting in higher recovery costs, time, and headaches.
Issues and concerns raised by weird and scary attack at Sony Pictures extend to your business as well.
They say 80% of security breaches could be prevented by good “cyber hygiene.” Is your company overlooking the most basic security measures? Take the Cyber Hygiene Quiz to find out!
With the benefits of remote and mobile technologies, we must be realistic about the risks and challenges. See US-CERT’s recommendations for avoiding the Backoff malware and other online threats.
Phishing emails are bothersome. But, when they come into your corporate email systems or to an inbox sitting on a machine with access to your system or corporate network, it can be dangerous.