High-profile ransomware threats require equally high-profile prevention.
It felt like a new cybersecurity threat was making headlines every other week this year, thanks to some major data breaches, attacks and scams.
Wouldn’t it be great if there was a report compiling survey results from more than 800 IT professionals as well as social data from conversations and real-time usage stats on equipment that’s actually used by IT pros?
When it comes to ransomware, IT professionals are constantly looking for the best solution to protect their data and avoid being crippled by the latest attack.
There’s a new threat when it comes to malware.
Fitbits, smartwatches, Google Glass. There’s been an influx of wearable technology the past few years and the launch of the Apple Watch means this market is only getting bigger. With the proliferation of these devices invading the workplace, how will the IT department be affected?
People in your organization – possibly including you – might store files on a cloud service. As the glib phrase goes: because convenience.
With cases on the rise, are you protected?
With the recent release of Windows 10 being followed by various patches and updates, is it ready for your data?
While the cybersecurity bill has been pushed back, the demand and interest for increased security is certainly here. How does it impact your data protection strategy?
Shadow IT has risen lately due to the increased use of cloud software, SaaS, and BYOD. What is it and what does it mean for your company?
There’s another car hack to keep your eye on. Researchers were able to hack a Tesla Model S.
There’s a good chance your personal information has been exposed by hackers at some point in the past several years. Find out.
Stagefright, the new vulnerability for Android devices, has been dubbed ‘Heartbleed for Mobile’. Is your mobile data at risk?
Does it seem like vendors are always sensationalizing threats to your data and impending doom sort of like a Sharknado?
While this is just another instance in a long list of data breaches, it again brings up the issue of downtime and recovery time.
While car hacking may not be a major threat just yet, this story just reminds us of the very real threat hackers pose to your information on a daily basis.
In honor of all things “Jawsome” we’ve decided to shed some light on a few security threats lurking only a few clicks away.
Do your security systems still serve a strategic defensive purpose? Or have changing technologies and people’s practices reduced your security systems to little more than a showpiece? Consider adding an IT Auditor to your team and you’ll know the answer.