Let’s explore the connection between these two topics and how mastering one problem can help manage the other.
Many companies have an incident response plan that may look great on paper but they have not tested the execution. Key stakeholders must agree on the strategy, evolve it over time and be able to implement it confidently during an incident.
If you tend to use the same, or similar, passwords for more than one site, or if a password is your only tool for credentials and authentication, you could be putting your organization – and yourself – at risk for identity theft and/or a security breach.
Just when you thought cyber criminals couldn’t get smarter, along comes a new scamming technique. Previously used for safeguarding browsing activity, encryption tools are now used by hackers in carrying out phishing scams.
If 2017 has shown us anything, it’s that even major organizations can come to a grinding halt due to cyber security attacks. This message probably won’t come as a surprise to many businesses. After all, several big-name brands have suffered embarrassing data breaches in recent years, causing significant financial and reputational damage. What makes this […]
Best Cyber Security 2017 Cyber Security is as Important as Safety and Health in the Workplace Cyber security in the workplace is more important today than it has ever been. Hackers are giving business owners a run for their money with the latest tricks. Business owners are realizing that having the right cyber security system […]
Best Practices to Avoid Insider Threat All companies must use the best practices to avoid insider threat from taking place and know how to avoid situations involving accidental or a malicious rogue employee or contractor. According to Verizon’s 2015 Data Breach Investigations Report, 50% of all security events are caused by a company’s own employees. […]
The number of insider threats from employees causing IT security breaches has skyrocketed since 2007. Globally, over 4.2 billion records were compromised in 2016, and according to Verizon’s 2015 Data Breach Investigations Report, 50% of all security events were caused by employees from inside the organization where they work. It’s no longer a matter of “if” your […]
With the threat of a cyber attack literally just a click away, providing quality, comprehensive security awareness training to your employees is more important than ever. Your employees are your first line of defense to your network, and they can easily be your strongest asset to identifying threats or your weakest link. Just one […]
Employee monitoring is becoming more and more popular as businesses look into ways they can have tighter security and a more productive workforce. It’s true that the employee workplace has come a long way in terms of labor rights and fair wages, equal opportunity, and what questions are appropriate to ask in interviews. However, when it […]