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Tips for Organizations to Prepare for a Cybersecurity Breach

According to some of the latest statistics by Ponemon, there is a 29.6% probability that your business will suffer a cyber breach in the next 2 years.  It seems that no matter how much time and investments are made in protecting […]

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What IoT Security means for Enterprises, Consumers, and Manufacturers

That’s not a bad thing. The IoT can deliver tremendous, unparalleled benefits for major enterprises, small businesses and government agencies. The potential for real-time insight, advanced big data analytics and high-quality business intelligence is virtually limitless. That being said, business leaders […]

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Best 10 Interesting Facts about DDoS Attacks in History

A Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDos) attack can bring down an unprepared target. DDoS is often mentioned in the news as an example of a weapon in the hacker toolkit. Recently, Amazon revealed they fought off the largest DDoS in history, as […]

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The Importance of Website Security for the Festive Season

It’s the beginning of December and online shops are knee-deep in preparations for the festive season. What are the best sellers for Christmas 2015, which offers will entice visitors to your website and why-oh-why is the competitor’s website so popular, […]

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Why Use SSL/TLS? 4 Reasons besides Encryption

Let’s play a word association game. What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear “SSL”? I’m willing to bet it was “encryption” (and if it wasn’t, just go with it). This isn’t a bad thing! Encryption […]

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What is Malicious Attachment Defense And Why Is It Important?

What do Cryptolocker, Dridex, and Locky have in common? Besides being evil malware, they all started with malicious attachment. An innocent looking PDF, ZIP or Other, and before you know it you your sending money to a cyber criminal or […]

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How To Protect Your Start-Up From Ransomware

Cyber-attacks are making the lives of internet users very difficult. Ransomware in particular has been one of the most disruptive types of attack that hackers are using. Unfortunately, ransomware attacks are accelerating and intensifying with more victims each and everyday. […]

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Data Privacy vs. Data Security: What is the Core Difference?

For organizations that collect or manage data—and individuals who own it—private data and the security of that data should not be taken lightly. They are primary concerns when undertaking the process of protecting fundamentally sensitive information such as identities, finances, […]

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Denial-of-Service Attacks 101: What Are They?

A denial-of-service (DoS) attack occurs when a system or machine maliciously gets flooded with traffic or information that makes it crash or be otherwise inaccessible to users. The most common method is a buffer overflow attack, which sends more traffic to a […]