Are Consumer-Grade File-Sharing Services Putting Your Data at Risk?

It has always been difficult to keep documents up-to-date and ensure that everyone on your team has the right version. Now that many employees are working remotely and sharing documents via mobile devices, the problem has only become more acute.

Cloud-based file-sharing services such as Dropbox, iCloud and Google Drive seem to provide a simple solution.

Why You Need a Cybersecurity Incident Response Plan

Virtually all companies today depend on computer networks to link employees, suppliers and customers, exchange information and facilitate a variety of essential day-to-day tasks. Unfortunately, that makes them susceptible to cyberattacks. It’s why all companies need an incident response (IR) plan — a structured process for detecting, responding to and recovering from cybersecurity incidents.

7 Steps that Can Help You Comply with California’s Consumer Privacy Law

Enforcement of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) began as scheduled on July 1. Any organization covered by the law could be fined up to $7,500 per data record for failure to comply. What’s more, the CCPA allows individual consumers to file lawsuits against businesses for data breaches if the state attorney general declines to prosecute the case.

July 23 Webinar to Explore Advanced Endpoint Security Measures

When millions of Americans shifted to work-from-home arrangements due to the coronavirus, it exacerbated one of the most troublesome aspects of cybersecurity — endpoint protection. With employees now using a multitude of devices such as smartphones, laptops, tablets and desktops to access the corporate network, IT security pros are left to deal with multiple new attack surfaces.

Pandemic Illustrates Need for New Cybersecurity Philosophy

Network attacks, malware campaigns and phishing scams are on the rise as cybercriminals seek to capitalize on our increased anxiety about the coronavirus pandemic and the lax security measures of at-home workers. According to the FBI, threat reports through the first six months of the year have already surpassed the total for all of 2019, which was widely considered to be the worst year ever for cyberattacks.

6 Tips for Limiting Your Risk of Ransomware Attacks

Much like the coronavirus itself, virus-themed ransomware attacks are spreading relentlessly. However, there are several relatively simple steps you can take to flatten the curve of these malicious campaigns.

Cybercriminals commonly launch attacks designed to play on widespread fear and uncertainty during major world crises.