When a pop-up message such as “Security Alert” or “Your Computer May be Infected” appears on your screen, it’s easy to tell that your computer is under attack. That said, most cyberattacks and data breaches are subtle and might remain undetected for days, leading to potentially severe losses. A computer
Last year, Microsoft reported that at least 99% of its customers’ compromised accounts were not enabled with multi-factor authentication (MFA). Despite the availability of multi-factor authentication, few organizations are enabling it. What many don’t realize is that by enabling MFA, they could be protecting themselves from a multitude of phishing
Hackers love the office printer. Over half of companies forget to include them in their security plans, leaving them an open door for attack – and hackers are all too happy to walk right in. Here are five ways your printer is putting your network at risk, and how to
Cyber crimes are continually on the rise, with hackers finding new ways to thwart security systems. There are many ways these nefarious characters will try to attack a business, but these four methods are some of the most common. Weak passwords – If your employees have weak passwords, it’s easy
Most business owners know that cybercrimes are on the rise and are putting their company at risk, but the lingo surrounding these high-tech attacks can be confusing. Phishing, malware, DoS – what does it all mean? Understanding these terms can help you get a better handle on securing your company.