Essential insights on distributed spam distraction

Distributed spam distraction (DSD) is a cyberattack that has gained prominence in recent times. By diverting attention through a coordinated network of distractions, attackers seek to exploit vital information from individuals and organizations. This article contains vital information that will shed light on the world of DSD and equip you with the knowledge you need […]

What is riskware and how do you protect your business from it?

In an era of rampant cybercrime, it pays to stay wary of the common threats to your online security. However, certain dangers may come disguised as otherwise harmless, everyday programs — these dangers are known as riskware.

What is riskware and how does it work?
Riskware pertains to any legitimate computer program that poses potential security risks due to software incompatibilities, security vulnerabilities, or privacy violations.

Cybercrime-as-a-Service (CaaS): What you need to know

Mercenaries, assassins, and criminals for hire — these are the bad guys you see in action movies. Now imagine their cyberspace counterparts. That’s Cybercrime-as-a-Service (CaaS).

Motivated by self-serving interests, these unscrupulous but skilled cybercriminals use their formidable tech knowledge and expertise to commit cybercrimes for a fee.

How to enhance your company’s BYOD security

Bring your own device (BYOD) is a trend that has grown in popularity because of the convenience it offers employees, but it also presents a serious security risk. If an employee’s personal device is not appropriately secured, it can become a potential entry point for attackers to gain access to sensitive corporate information.

Why you should avoid password autofill

With all the different passwords you have to manage, it can be tempting to just let your browser store your passwords for convenience. However, this “convenience” can come at a cost: hackers easily accessing your accounts. If you’ve been considering using password autofill, it’s important to understand the risks that come with it and why […]

Keep your SMB safe from these hackers

As technology advances, so do hackers and their skill at infiltrating networks and systems. Small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) can be particularly vulnerable because they often don’t have a dedicated security team or ample resources to protect themselves.

Protect your business printers from cyberattacks

Protecting your business printers from malicious cyberattacks may be the last thing on your mind, but it should definitely not be. Hackers are always looking for new vulnerabilities to exploit, and, if left unprotected, printer systems can offer a trouble-free gateway into vast troves of sensitive data.

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