The Dark Web Iceberg Explained In Simple Terms
The dark web iceberg includes a familiar, searchable internet along with an unsearchable, private region where both legal and illicit activities occur.
Why Utilities and Energy Providers Need a Password Manager
Why the utilities and energy industry needs to adopt password managers to avoid cybersecurity vulnerabilities in the space.
Stolen Passwords and Ransomware Attacks: What Businesses Can Do Right Now
Password managers are what antivirus software used to be for businesses—mandatory. And they’re a simple way to lock down your credentials, which are the easiest way in for ransomware attackers. The commanding presence of ransomware attacks in the headlines would compel any business leader or IT admin to ask: Could we be next? This cybercrime […]
New Attacks Targeting Remote Workers, Recent CISA Analysis Reveals
The shift to remote work has forced companies to change how they think about their security. CISA recently published a report highlighting an increase in successful phishing attacks exploiting cybersecurity weaknesses of remote and distributed teams.
How to Spot a Phishing Scam
Sometimes it’s obvious. That message from a Nigerian prince requesting you wire $2,000? Ok, probably not going to fall for that one. If the CEO of your company asks for your credit card information via email? Something is definitely off. But often phishing is harder to spot. Phishing is a common scheme in which someone […]