Improve cybersecurity by going passwordless

Despite being widely used for authentication, passwords are by far the weakest link in cybersecurity today. With easy-to-remember and reused passwords especially vulnerable to a wide range of attacks, passwords alone do not provide adequate security for sensitive information and systems.

3 Crucial tips for defending against ever-evolving cyberthreats

Maintaining and bolstering one’s cybersecurity strategy and infrastructure is critical for any business operating in the digital age. This becomes more important as business processes are migrated to digital platforms. The ease, flexibility, and convenience such platforms provide comes at the cost of unique security vulnerabilities that must be addressed, particularly if a business wants to take advantage of these benefits.

Why phishing scams are more effective on mobile devices

Phishing scams are one of the most common and insidious cyberattacks. They involve the use of deceptive messages to get victims to volunteer information to the attacker or click on malware-laced links. To increase the effectiveness of their attacks, cybercriminals will often assume the identity of a trustworthy individual or entity like a bank manager or a well-known organization.

Best practices for backup management

The year 2020 was truly a disruptive year, not just because of the global health crisis but also due to the increase of cybersecurity threats. As more people shifted to digital platforms, attackers also got more creative with their schemes. In fact, cybersecurity experts predict that in 2021, businesses can experience a cyberattack incident every 11 seconds.

Why is zero trust important for your business?

As if a pandemic wasn't enough to disrupt business operations, the year 2020 also brought in new and even bigger cybersecurity threats. And because cybersecurity threats will always be present and ever changing, businesses must be able to adapt in order to secure their data and protect their customers.

4 Tips for protecting your employees from phishing scams

Phishing scams, which use fraudulent emails to distribute malware and trick victims into giving away information, are the most common tactics used by cybercriminals today. After all, it’s much easier to exploit human ignorance and unpreparedness than the cutting-edge cybersecurity controls that many organizations have in place today.

How to stop a business email compromise attack

Business email compromise (BEC) attacks are exploits where cybercriminals get unauthorized access to a business email account to steal the owner’s identity. The compromised accounts are then used for carrying out highly convincing social engineering scams against employees, partners, and customers.

5 Telltale signs of a ransomware attack

Ransomware attacks are widespread and usually take victims by complete surprise. Then, they’re left struggling to make the choice between paying the ransom or risk losing their data for good. Fortunately, there are several warning signs that cybercriminals are already targeting your network.

5 Proven cybersecurity tips for working from home

Remote work has been the norm in many New Jersey businesses for some years now; as of 2019, the Garden State was already one of the top 15 states where one could easily find remote jobs.

However, other businesses were far from prepared when they were suddenly ordered to send their employees home in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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