Protecting your credentials is one of the most important things you can do to defend yourself from ransomware and other cyberattacks. There are thousands of articles on password managers, best practices, and multi-factor authentication. Network domains, SaaS applications, and other systems often require complex passwords in the credential set, and even the most basic computer user has been told not to share passwords. So, why are we still talking about this topic
Exposing users to the latest social engineering attacks is a key component of any security awareness training program. Centrality’s Training offers customers real-world phishing simulation templates to evaluate whether their employees can successfully identify spear-phishing attacks and determine how likely they are to interact with them.
Social Engineering Attacks are on the rise. Current research reveals some key takeaways about how these attacks are evolving and how cybercriminals are now targeting smaller businesses, hoping it will give them a better chance at successfully compromising accounts and wreaking further havoc.
When it comes to securing their email, the most crucial question every organization needs to be asking themselves is, do my users know how to distinguish between a legitimate email and an email threat? Some businesses can invest heavily in security architecture; however, many are not. In a landscape of differing technical security, the one common denominator is end-users.
Companies large and small need to implement, maintain, and manage cybersecurity measures that protect operations and data. As an experienced MSP partner for both cybersecurity management and response, we know how critical this is to all size businesses.
Your business runs on vast volumes of data. You probably couldn’t even operate a full day without it. So, chances are, you’re backing up your data regularly. However, not all backup strategies are equal.