Are Social Engineering Attacks on the Rise?
The short answer is: YES. Social engineering attacks are on the rise, and these attacks from bad actors could threaten your organization.Read More >
You’ve educated your team on the dangers of cybercriminals by putting them through social engineering training.
But was the investment worth it? Did your employees actually learn how to recognize a phishing email, how to craft and use stronger passwords and how to better protect your systems?Read More »
Social engineering attacks are currently one of the most prominent cyberattacks plaguing organizations today. While many corporations try to implement state-of-the-art software to prevent this type of threat, the most crucial safeguard is often overlooked... End users, who are the first and last line of defense when it comes to social engineering attacks.Read More »
Social engineering attacks account for a massive portion of all cyber attacks, and studies show that these attacks are on the rise. According to KnowBe4, more than 90% of successful hacks and data breaches start with a common type of social engineering attack called phishing.Read More »
Think of all the publicly accessible information about your business that’s published on the web— from your corporate social media accounts to your very own website.Read More »
While you’re out looking for incredible shopping deals this holiday season, cyberattackers are hunting for clever ways to trick unsuspecting users.
These bad attackers know that the holidays are a busy time for corporations— and while some tech-savvy breachers leverage the chaos to target a company’s technical vulnerabilities, many capitalize on human security weaknesses.Read More »
Just yesterday, the notable social media platform Twitter and a number of its high-profile users fell victim to a flashy Bitcoin scam.Read More »
You just updated your laptop with the latest virus definitions and security patches and you think, “there we go, I’m safe now!”
Unfortunately, that’s not necessarily true. Cybercriminals and hackers are always thinking of clever, new ways to exploit your devices— and you have to be perpetually vigilant.Read More »
Hacking techniques are ever-evolving, and it’s important to keep up with new threats.Read More »