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Companies that cut corners by giving cybersecurity training only to their technical staff and the “big wigs” are throwing out the welcome mat to hackers. Cyber criminals know that the ripe fruit to pick is a company’s sales staff. Often, the sales personnel are clueless about the No. 1 ...
Stop clicking on e-mails about your package delivery! Scam, scam, scam! Look, it’s simple:
Scammers are also pretending to be from the DHL and FedEx shipping companies, not just UPS.
Crooks know that at any given time, thousands and thousands of U.S. people are waiting for a package delivery.
Last year, says the security firm Gemalto, over 700 million records were breached. Or, to put it another way, this translates to two million stolen or lost records every day.
2015 Breach Level Report
1,673 hacking incidents
398 were triggered from the inside of the attacked company: employees and even ...
We’re told to change our passwords often to minimize getting hacked. Now we’re told this is a bad thing.
But not for any inherent techy reason. It’s because frequent password changing makes many people lower their guard when it comes to creating new passwords.
They get lax and end up with ...
Cyber criminals have been attempting to extort money from individuals and companies for many years, and the latest attempt to take advantage of others is by using Ransomware as a Service, or RaaS.
A ransomware virus infects a computer when a user clicks a link and unknowingly download a malicious ...