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Rising Threats Require New Approach to Email Security

The Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack in May created chaos that rippled throughout the economy. The six-day shutdown interrupted the flow of gasoline, diesel, jet fuel and other petroleum products between Texas and the East Coast. It drove gas prices to their highest levels in years, led to panic buying across large swaths of the country and forced airlines to adjust their flight schedules to conserve fuel.

‘Magecart’ Attacks Pose Significant Threat

Cybercriminals use e-skimming techniques to exfiltrate data from website shopping carts.

The global e-commerce market has skyrocketed since the COVID-19 pandemic, and shows no sign of slowing down. Organizations in a wide range of industries have added an e-commerce component to their websites, facilitating customer payments for products, services, subscriptions and fees.

Protecting Privacy in Virtual Meetings

Video conferencing presents great benefits and great risks. Consider these precautions.

Video conferencing has been a powerful business tool for many years, but its impact over the past year has been profound. It became an absolutely essential tool for remaining operational in the face of strict travel limitations and social-distancing requirements.

Protect Your Business with Dark Web Monitoring

Billions of stolen passwords, usernames and other digital credentials are now for sale on the Dark Web. Chances are pretty good that yours are among them.

The Dark Web is a collection of websites that are not indexed by search engines and are highly encrypted, allowing users to remain anonymous.

The Adaptable Office

In a post-Covid world, employees and employers alike want more flexible workspaces.

A year of unprecedented disruption has brought profound changes to the workplace, leading businesses everywhere to reconsider how, when and where work will get done in the future.

Overcoming the IT ‘Skills Gap’

How to get the talent needed to keep up with today’s technology demands.

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused organizations of all sizes to accelerate their digital transformation initiatives. Organizations are digitizing business processes, consolidating systems and data, and adopting cloud services to facilitate work-from-home models.

Winning Executive Support for Cloud Initiatives

In an age of rapid digitalization, CEOs, CFOs and other members of the C-suite are committed to using technology to increase operational efficiency, improve customer experiences and drive revenues. More than 75 percent of executives surveyed for the Forbes 2021 CxO Growth Survey said they plan to “double down” on technology investments over the next two years.