You’ve probably heard about the deep web.
You may have even thought, “That sounds pretty spooky, so I’ll stick to my normal web and stay away from that deep web thing.”
It turns out that most of us probably access the deep web every day and we didn’t even know it.Read More
Last night, Google announced a new vulnerability had been found in the Chrome browser.
Google is aware of reports that an exploit for CVE-2019-5786 exists in the wild.
Their news release indicated that hackers have already figured out how to exploit the bug.Read More
At some point in running your business, it may make sense to outsource certain business functions rather than keep them in house.
The IT department is one of those areas. Here’s why.Read More
Compare that to records snatched from the healthcare industry, which fetch higher than any other sector at $408 per record.
However, penalties for violating HIPAA reach into the hundreds of thousands and even the millions, dwarfing these numbers.
Ensure your organization is compliant by completing your annual HIPAA assessment.Read More
The most common cybersecurity breaches impacting small- and medium-sized businesses may seem fairly simple to avoid, but they’re costing people and companies billions of dollars.
Learn more about each of these types of breaches and what you can do to protect yourself and your company.Read More
Banks are a prime target for cybercriminals.
In fact, the typical financial services business in America gets attacked more than a billion times a year, according to PayPal CEO Dan Schulman.
That’s more than 7,600 threats every minute.
Compare that to the typical American business, which faces about 4 million attacks a year.
This alarming trend is why banks must be regularly audited.Read More
Healthcare is one of the most targeted sectors for cybercriminals.
In fact, almost every one in five claims from 2013-2017 was in the healthcare sector, according to NetDiligence’s 2018 Cyber Claims Study.
That’s why following HIPAA requirements is so important.Read More
More than half of all cyberattacks result in financial damages of more than $500,000, according to the Cisco 2018 Annual Cybersecurity Report.
Damages from ransomware, in particular, have increased 15-fold—a report from Cybersecurity Ventures found that costs shot up from $325 million in 2015 to $5 billion in 2017.
The steep costs associated with ransomware require us to understand what ransomware is and how an attack could affect your organization.Read More
Do you know how much your account information is worth to criminals?
You might be shocked to find out that credentials you believe are incredibly important only fetch $10-20 on the dark web.
What’s worse is how much financial damage stolen data could cost you later on.
These thieves are taking part in credential theft, a market expected to exceed $18 billion by 2024.
Let’s find out more about credential theft and how to protect yourself against it.Read More