Data security is no longer optional for any organization. To help get started, here are three steps essential for building an effective data-security culture:
While the cloud may offer increased flexibility, productivity, and reduced costs, the fact of the matter is that every time you upload a file to the cloud, you hand over sensitive business data to a third-party service that may not be working with your best interest at heart. Learn how to overcome three common threats that have the potential to expose your organization to a wealth of sophisticated cyber threats.
While we enjoy the convenience of the internet, easily sharing information whether via email, social media, portals, or some other platform, has created a virtual playground for cybercriminals. Let’s examine common ways cybercriminals steal identities and what you can do to protect yourself.
Did you know that the vast majority of cyberattacks can be traced back to human failure? For business leaders of any size company, cybersecurity has become as much a people problem as a technology problem. What you need to know to equip your people and protect your data and company from cyber-attacks.
Social engineering attacks the “human loophole” to get around cybersecurity roadblocks, like passwords or multi-factor authentication. Keep your company from being a victim of social engineering attacks.
Passwords alone may not be enough to ensure data security and keep cyberciminals from accessing your data. Pairing passwords with additional technology is essential to keeping your data secure.
Your face and your photos put your data in the sights of cybercriminals. Secure both to protect yourself from identity theft.
Schools have implemented antivirus software, hardened firewalls and networks, invested in data backup, schools and the data they collect remain extremely vulnerable to cyberattacks. Learn three ways to pass the protect student data test.
Travel has gone digital. Your tickets, trip insurance, and hotel reservations are all at the fingertips of cybercriminals. Be on the watch for these 2 dangers and take precautions to protect your personal data.
It only takes one negligent employee to bring your entire organization to its knees, even by accident. This why it is imperative that every organization, no matter the size, adopt a data-protection culture. Here’s how to build and support a strong data security culture.