Companies need to stay proactive in educating their employees on cybersecurity, as not doing so can have major consequences.
Employees need to be aware of common cybersecurity terms so they know what to lookout for and what proactive steps they need to take.
While ransomware attacks (and social engineering) may be making headway at the moment, other lesser known, but equally damaging cyberattacks are still at bay
Hackers have gotten smarter, switching from exploiting machines to exploiting humans over communication channels such as email and social media applications.
Social Engineering – what if the greatest vulnerability isn’t in the technology but it’s you?
Incident response as a service can define the scope of that damage, and help make it manageable. First, let’s go through what types of attacks can warrant this organization-saving service.