Traditional antivirus software is no longer enough to protect against today’s cyber-attacks. In our hyperconnected world, it only takes one wrong click to propagate to thousands of machines, evidenced by the WannaCry attack that infected roughly 230k machines in 150 countries after day one.
Ransomware is an ever-evolving form of malware designed to encrypt files on a device, rendering any files and the systems that rely on them unusable. Malicious actors then demand ransom in exchange for decryption.
When it comes to providing employee training, many organizations must weigh the costs vs. benefits. While training undeniably takes time and money, you will find that over time not training your employees will cost your company a lot more.
Der Spiegel* und das Handelsblatt* berichteten zuletzt, dass noch Millionen von Microsoft® Windows® 7 Rechnern betrieben werden und auch heute noch in Deutschland über 4 Millionen PCs mit Windows 7 im Einsatz sind, obwohl es gefährliche Sicherheitslücken gibt.
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This past week a leading cybersecurity firm announced that their data had been compromised by a highly sophisticated state-sponsored adversary. Many cybersecurity firms establish groups that attempt to infiltrate customer networks under controlled conditions, mimicking a potential adversary’s attack.
We are pleased to introduce our new “Everyday Security Risks” blog series, raising awareness about the potential risks in our everyday lives when using our mobile devices. This week we discuss something you may have been using more than ever in the few last months due to pandemic – QR codes.
Gone are the days of simply keeping unauthorized users out of your network. This is no longer enough to ensure data and network security considering the explosion of the endpoints, the members of your team working from home, and countless other reasons to doubt the user behind the device.