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Antivirus - is it enough for your business?

Is Traditional Antivirus Enough for Your Business in 2022?

Endpoints are where human interactions happen between your data, your network and, unfortunately, malware.So, you know you need endpoint protection for these devices. But where do you begin?Traditional antivirus software (AV)? Next-generation antivirus (NGAV)? Or something more substantial, like endpoint detection and response (EDR) solutions?Superficially, there’s not much difference between...
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This Simple Trick Will Enhance Your Organization’s Password Security

Though World Password Day (May 5) has come and gone, the need for strong password security is a year-long event. Passwords remain one of the most used, most criticized, and least expensive security authentication methods available. Though new data shows possible improvements in general password hygiene, there’s still plenty of...
Unusual cyber attacks and how to prepare

Are You Prepared for These Unusual Cyberattacks?

Just because some attacks are more common than others, doesn’t mean they’re only ones you need to protect against. Some of the most unusual cyberattacks are the ones that cause the most damage - if you're unprepared. Sure, proper security-stacks lock down your endpoints, servers, and perimeters (firewall, email, etc.)....
Phishing scams in 2022

Beware These Latest Phishing Scams in 2022

In a recent survey, Proofpoint found attackers successfully phished more than 80% of organizations in 2021 - a whopping 46% jump from 2020.And, with the latest phishing scams in 2022, it’s a trend you should expect to continue.It’s not always easy to spot these scams, but with the right procedures...
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Under Siege – The Importance of Cybersecurity for Small Businesses

You know how hard it is running a smaller company. Balancing growth, cash flow, employees, and more is so time consuming that it’s hard to blame small and medium business (SMB) owners for overlooking IT security. However, attacks are on the rise, and small businesses have become the new favorite...