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Use These Free CISA Resources to Emphasize Cybersecurity Awareness Month This October

Use These Free CISA Resources to Emphasize Cybersecurity Awareness Month This October

For a little under two decades, October has been what’s known as Cybersecurity Awareness Month in the information security community. The month is an opportunity for organizations, regulatory bodies and government officials to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity – both in the workplace and in your employees’ personal lives.  While we all know…

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Why You Need to Take Insider Threats Seriously

Why You Need to Take Insider Threats Seriously!

Insider threats are becoming a rising concern in a variety of businesses. Every year, insider risks harm more than 34% of firms worldwide. Most focus is on external attacks, huge corporations, and government institutions. On the other hand, internal security is something that companies must take very seriously to avoid irreversible damage. However, corporations frequently…

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5 Things Companies Are Getting Wrong with the Hybrid Office

5 Things Companies Are Getting Wrong with the Hybrid Office

The hybrid work structure is the future of most organizations and companies as these business enterprises are still trying to pan out different ways to grow while retaining, maintaining, and engaging their staff.   Unfortunately, companies are getting some hybrid practices wrong with assumptions and office cultures. They haven’t got the hang of practical ways to…

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How to Defend Against Reply-Chain Phishing When It's Hard to Spot

How to Defend Against Reply-Chain Phishing When It’s Hard to Spot

Just about everyone is now familiar with the term “phishing.” These are messages that employ social engineering tactics to trick people into doing things, such as clicking on malicious links, downloading dangerous attachments, or sending passwords or other personal details. Phishing is unfortunately very common. Last year, 83% of organizations experienced phishing attacks coming through…

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How To Improve Security With Application Whitelisting

How To Improve Security With Application Whitelisting

Traditional network protections have included stopping threats that are known. Legacy antivirus programs use a signature database of identified malware that is then used to match with incoming file attachments. Legacy firewalls would do a similar thing where the threats were cataloged in a database, then when an unknown application is spotted, it is matched…

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