Artificial Intelligence & Cybersecurity

Artificial Intelligence & Cybersecurity Artificial Intelligence (AI) is progressively being ingrained in the fabric of business and is being broadly applied across a variety of application use cases. However, not all industries are at the same level of AI adoption: the information technology and telecommunications industry are the most advanced, with the automobile sector trailing closely behind.    Did you know ...

2021-09-10T10:51:53-04:00September 10th, 2021|

Reactive vs Proactive Cybersecurity

Reactive vs Proactive Cybersecurity Cybercrime is expected to cost the world's economy $10.5 trillion annually by 2025. Although it's almost impossible to wrap your head around a number like that, the reality is that security threats are real, and they affect virtually everybody, from large multinational corporations to individual businesses and everything in between. Cyberthreats are becoming considerably more dangerous. Attackers ...

2021-08-30T11:00:54-04:00August 30th, 2021|

Social Engineering Attacks on the Rise

Social Engineering Attacks on the Rise Social engineering techniques are various cyberattacks in which threat actors manipulate people into supplying sensitive data, account credentials, or enabling access to secure networks or systems to get sensitive information. Office files comprise 48% of all malicious email attachments, and spear-phishing was used by 65% of malicious actors as the primary mode of attack. In ...

2021-08-25T11:38:47-04:00August 25th, 2021|

​​Recent Rise of Ransomware Attacks: What Are the Main Drivers?

 ​​Recent Rise of Ransomware Attacks: What Are the Main Drivers? Ransomware is not a new phenomenon. The earliest recorded incident goes as far back as the 1980s. However, today’s ransomware operates at a scale and sophistication that makes it virtually unrecognizable from its early predecessors. Each year, ransomware attacks are hitting a new high. In its annual Internet Crime Report, the ...

2021-08-23T14:03:37-04:00August 23rd, 2021|

What Is Passwordless Authentication?

Passwordless authentication ushers in a new age in security. A large percentage of data breaches are caused by passwords that are incorrectly set. Furthermore, forgotten passwords cost businesses a lot of money since users are unable to access important apps.   While solutions like multi-factor authentication have helped to decrease cyber-attacks, passwordless architecture offers businesses huge potential to increase employee productivity ...

2021-08-04T14:15:40-04:00August 4th, 2021|

Microsoft Print Spooler Patch and Security Implications from Unpatched Systems

Microsoft Print Spooler Patch and Security Implications from Unpatched Systems At the start of July 2021, Microsoft began rolling out an emergency patch to resolve a critical vulnerability in its Windows Print Spooler service. Nicknamed PrintNightmare, the flaw was unintentionally disclosed when security researchers accidentally published exploit code.  Whereas the Redmond-based tech behemoth has issued security updates to address the gap, ...

2021-07-23T13:11:25-04:00July 23rd, 2021|

Cybersecurity for Financial Services

Cybersecurity for Financial Services: Best Practices The financial services industry is highly regulated and highly susceptible to cyberattacks by threat actors. Data breaches have grown larger, more frequent, and more expensive over time and the financial services industry has struggled to keep up with attacks. Financial institutions can spend an enormous amount of their revenue on their IT infrastructure. According ...

2021-07-16T13:28:08-04:00July 16th, 2021|

NIST Incident Response Plan: How to build your IRP

The NIST Incident Response Plan What happens if you implement a cybersecurity framework and still have an incident or a breach? Unfortunately in cybersecurity, you can never be 100% secure. You will always be at some risk of an incident. Even the most sophisticated cybersecurity systems in the world carry a degree of risk. However, an incident doesn’t have to ...

2021-07-12T10:31:18-04:00July 12th, 2021|

Vulnerability Scanning vs. Penetration Testing – What you need to know

Vulnerability Scanning vs. Penetration Testing   Trying to secure your sensitive business data from cyber-attacks and threat actors has never been more complicated than it is today. To protect your business, you need a strategic cybersecurity plan, well-managed cyber resources, and a group of cybersecurity experts on your side.    End users and staff utilizing your business network are the biggest ...

2021-06-23T12:49:51-04:00June 23rd, 2021|

Types of Penetration Testing: What you need to know

Types of Penetration Testing Securing your business and its data from cyber-attacks and threat actors has never been more challenging. You need a strategic cybersecurity plan, experienced personnel, and well-managed cyber resources. End users and staff utilizing your business network need comprehensive security awareness training on the dangers of common cyber threats that can originate from phishing emails, smartphones, unsafe ...

2021-06-07T21:21:05-04:00June 7th, 2021|
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