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Individuals can play a crucial role in cybersecurity at their business by practicing good security habits and adopting a vigilant and proactive approach. This can actively contribute to establishing a fortified environment, effectively shielding their business from potential cyberthreats.
Small business cybersecurity is essential but often overlooked. Here, we provide an overview of current cyberthreats and 11 tips to modernise your program.
So, how do cybersecurity professionals train for and take the CompTIA Security+ exam? Our ultimate guide will prepare you with everything you need to know to begin advancing your cybersecurity career.
There is a significant skills gap in the cybersecurity industry, which is only projected to grow. This cybersecurity skills gap spurred Microsoft to start an international skilling program to assist the world's businesses in combating increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks. With rising technical demands and a scarcity of competent workers, it's evident that countless firms want cybersecurity expertise to help keep their company data safe.
To protect a company's systems and IT infrastructure from threats, cybersecurity must be treated as a 'Culture.' Good security habits need to be inculcated both internally and externally.
The unrelenting headlines about cyberattacks from ransomware to international cyberwarfare as precursor to invasion remind us of one thing, the importance and need for highly skilled professionals to defend and secure our critical systems.
Trouble is, there simply aren’t enough of them!
Covid-19 and remote work is leading to an unprecedented increase in cyber-attacks. A new study from VMWare shows that most businesses have seen an uptick in cyber-attacks since the pandemic took over the world. Remote work brings additional cybersecurity challenges as employees log on through their home networks or with personal devices that might not be as secure as office environments. Cybercriminals tend to be one step ahead and are also targeting the cloud, which most organizations are relying on to help facilitate remote work during the pandemic.
The year 2020 has been particularly challenging as we are living in the middle of a pandemic, working from home or remotely which makes all of us an easy target for cyber-attacks and breaches. As October is the cybersecurity awareness month, we gathered a couple of tips and tricks from our cyber specialists to help you in the difficult mission of keeping your devices and your company cyber-safe.
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