Ransomware is the nr. 1 threat for businesses. Criminals increasingly use double blackmail meaning stealing and encrypting data and threatening to publish it.
The number of serious cyber attacks has tripled. Combined with the increasing complexity of threats, companies face a serious security challenge.
There is a general increased threat level of wartime cyber attacks such as malware for companies.
How will you react if you notice that your company is breached, and you are responsible for IT security? With an incident response plan in place, you will have a good starting point to prepare.
Essential components that are tightly integrated and vital to company’s operations can cause quite a bit of trouble that can severely affect the daily operations, when affected by a vulnerability.
In recent years, our dependence on modern IT systems has also demonstrated how vulnerable our society is if things go wrong.
Cybercriminals can expose the weaknesses that arise with temporary changes, such as working from home.
Whilst the best defence against phishing is awareness training and critical thinking, the benefits of using multi-factor authentication (MFA) are indisputable.
An emerging variant of phishing has emerged in the latest years. Whale phishing exclusively targets prominent individuals in organisations in order to get the highest pay-out. How to recognise and even prevent the whaler on the horizon?