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The Human Factor: Keeping Your Cybersecurity Defence Strong and Secure

Most big surveys reckon that human errors are at the heart of security incidents.

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How cybersecurity laws play an important role in securing your organization

Over the last few years, the key buzzword has been cybersecurity, thanks to the number of breaches and vulnerabilities that have occurred.

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How hackers use spam to maximize the impact of a cyber attack?

‘Spam’ is unsolicited email sent in massive quantities simultaneously to numerous users, generally trying to advertise or publicize certain products or services.

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5 Critical corporate cybersecurity risks for SMBs

If you are the owner of a SMB, you cannot underestimate the importance of having a strong cybersecurity defence.

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How to protect your server against ransomware attacks?

Many companies get scared and pay up the demanded ransom almost immediately which only leads to criminals getting more emboldened. 

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5 Cybersecurity Myths for Linux Users

Unfortunately, cyber security is no joking matter nowadays – the consequences of a weak system could be devastating for any company.

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Wake up call: Right time to secure your online data

According to investigations made by the American and the British media, Cambrige Analytica stole personal information from 50 million Facebook user profiles. 

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Cost of security vs. Cost of cyber attack: Which one should you choose?

As the number and nature of cyber threats grows increasingly day by day, organizations have opened up to the threat caused by cyber attacks.

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GDPR has arrived: Check your preparedness

Organizations across the world are scrambling to ensure they are in compliance with the GDPR regulations. Has your company done its due diligence?

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Malware in attachment? Stop them before they hit your organization's security

Malware authors are continuously experimenting and employing new tactics to disguise their malware into email attachment. The key objective is to make the email look “normal” and “non-suspicious”, which will prompt the recipient to open the attachment without any suspicion.