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data encryption - Ideal Integrations

The Truth About Data Encryption

For many people, the very phrase “data encryption” tends to conjure up some pretty strong feelings. Some view it almost as though it were a ‘silver bullet’ for cybersecurity; a guarantee of safety and protection. Others view it more as a nuisance, or obstacle to avoid. So, which one is...
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.)....
CafePress Fined - Cybersecurity News

Cybersecurity News: Here’s Why CafePress Faces a $500K Fine

Let's face it; mistakes happen. But, when those mistakes are compounded by ignorance, laziness, and deceit, the results are even worse. Following a series of cybersecurity failures, this was the harsh lesson learned by one large online retailer. After suffering a data breach, CafePress now faces a $500,000 fine, and...
Hactivism

Could Hacktivism Affect Your Business?

As human beings, it’s natural for us to support certain causes near to our hearts. Usually, it’s in the form of fundraisers, food drives, or volunteer work. But what happens when the lines between beliefs, politics, and business are blurred in the cyber landscape? ‘Hacktivism,’ a combination of the words...
Mobile devices and multifactor authentication

Why You Need to be Using Multi-Factor Authentication

You wouldn’t use your pet’s name for your password, right? And, of course, you know that using “password123456” is a bad decision. Now, you can add another bad practice to your list of “no-no’s.” The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) always maintains a Bad Practices Catalog of “exceptionally...