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Five Ways to Reduce Ransomware Attacks

Ransomware attacks in which hackers take an organization’s data hostage in exchange for money have spiraled during the COVID-19 pandemic, costing businesses an average of $4.24 million USD, according to a recent IBM report. In May, U.S. President Joe Biden enacted an executive order that will pave the way for enhanced cyber security. However, industries […]

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Five Proactive Ways Organizations Can Avoid Cyber Security Threats in 2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to force organizations to transition to the cloud (a transition that will likely continue beyond the pandemic), they face growing cyber security challenges. Organizations that fail to be proactive about confronting these challenges are at an increased risk of falling victim to hackers and data breaches. According to Zack Schuler, […]

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The Latest Worrisome Cyber Security Stats

In the absence of comprehensive cyber security training, cyber threats can wreak havoc on businesses in seconds, as the time from knowledge of vulnerability to release of exploit is shrinking. And yet, many organizations remain ill-equipped to handle security attacks as they happen across platforms. It’s been an eye-opening week for cyber security news and numbers […]

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10 of the Largest Corporate Hacks in Recent History

Corporate hacks and cyber attacks directed at organizations large and small have increased in both frequency and severity over the past few years, affecting billions of consumer accounts and costing companies from tens to hundreds of millions of dollars. Yet while the news continues to provide a steady stream of coverage detailing large-scale corporate hacks […]

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