Category: Data Breaches

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Why You Should Worry About the Booming Dark Web Economy

by Matt Solomon

A booming dark web economy is creating a hot job market for hackers, and that's bad news for businesses. Here's how to boost your defense.

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Low Cybersecurity Standards Lead to Disaster

by Matt Solomon

Have you let cybersecurity standards slide? See how to clean up your company's act fast to avoid a data breach disaster!

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Lessons Learned from the Global Year in Breach: Multifactor Authentication Beats Cybercrime

by ID Agent

The Global Year in Breach 2020 has shined a light on a few things - like how multifactor authentication is a security superstar.

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60% of Companies Go Out of Business After a Cyberattack

by Amelia Paro

60 percent of companies go out of business after a cyberattack. Here's why that happens and how to prevent your business from becoming a statistic.

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Business Email Compromise is on the Rise Again

by Matt Solomon

Business email compromise danger is rising in every sector, and attacks are more expensive than ever. Here's how to fight back.

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How are cybercriminals stealing business data? Does put your business at risk? Here's how it happens & how to mitigate the risk affordably.

How Are Cybercriminals Stealing Business Data?

by Matt Solomon

How are cybercriminals stealing business data? Very easily using tools like ransomware. Does that put your business at risk? Yes. Here's how to mitigate it quickly and affordably.

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Should Your Business Publicly Disclose a Data Breach?

by Amelia Paro

Should you disclose a data breach? These statistics tell you the truth about the positives & negatives of disclosing a data breach.

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The 3 Threats to Watch for Election 2020 Cybersecurity

by Kevin Lancaster

These are the 3 threats to Election 2020 cybersecurity (and your business) - and how they can be mitigated.

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2020 Election Cybersecurity Fears Boosted by New Hacked Voter Data in Dark Web Markets

by Kevin Lancaster

As election cyberattacks start to pile up, hacked voter data including 1.45 million records just hit the Dark Web, raising election security fears around cyberattacks.

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5 Reasons Why You Can’t DIY Dark Web Monitoring

by Kevin Lancaster

Security awareness training , especially for phishing resistance, reduces cybersecurity incidents dramatically - if you maintain it properly. Here's how.

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