An average computer user is constantly in danger of falling victim to malware attacks. Even more so with them evolving and getting sneakier in infecting computers, mobile devices and even entire IT systems. Therefore, with increased threat upon not only your personal, but also business data, you absolutely need to arm yourself with the knowledge of what to look for when suspecting your computer is infected by malware.
Do you know what malware is, how it works, and how to defend from it? Or do you just know you’ve heard somewhere of it, but aren’t exactly sure if it’s a disease or that new sort of candy everybody is talking about these days? Well, worry not, we are here to help you out by presenting 6 common misconceptions about malware – and giving you the rundown of why people are wrong in thinking the way they do. Take a look at our new infographic!
If you are an averagely modern person, you are probably using your computer on a daily basis, right? You are probably also using it in your business endeavors, no matter the size of your company, correct? If you are, then you are constantly at risk of getting your computer infected by malware and endangering not only its normal functioning, but also your own – both personal and professional. (To see the 7 devastating effects cyber attacks can have on your business, take a look at our infographic.) But how do you know when your computer is infected by malware and not just suffering technical issues? Stick with us to find out!
Malware – short from malicious software – is a constant threat nowadays to your personal and professional self. It attacks your computer or IT system with the intent to harm the target by corrupting your files, slowing down processes and ultimately crashing everything thus rendering you unable to use your device freely or at all. Not only that, but there are also types of malware that are meant to steal sensitive information about you, your business or both, and discredit you in front of clients or business partners – at best – or stopping all operational processes – at worst. (To see the 7 devastating effects cyber attacks can have on your business, take a look at our infographic.) If you are wondering what is what and how to protect yourself and your business against malware, stick with us!
Unless you’ve been living off the grid (even if you haven’t), you must have heard of viruses, ransomware and scareware, right? You know that they can ruin not only your online, but also offline resources, correct? Well, if that’s the case, then you have no excuse not to get protection from the devastating effects cyber threats can have on your business. We have broken down how different types of malware work and what is the best protection against each. Take a look at our new infographic!
With the number of cyber attacks constantly on the rise, it’s inevitable that companies have to invest more into defending themselves in cyberspace as well. However, this kind of investment, if made wisely, consistently and according to a specific plan can yield millions in resources saved and redirected where they are actually needed. Take look at our new infographic to see how to save time and money by your securing your small business against cyber threats.
With all sorts of cyber threats aimed at small businesses with online presence, companies are constantly at risk. No matter how small your business is, if you own a florist shop or a bank. If you don’t keep it safe, you will endanger it. You owe it to your customers to keep their personal and sensitive information safe, as much as you owe it to your employees to keep your company’s reputation untarnished so that it may continue working. Take a look at our new infographic to see how you can protect your small business from cyber attacks in these 6 simple steps.
Power grids (much like the construction industry) more and more depend on the Internet to operate, which makes them increasingly vulnerable when it comes to cyber threats as well. If you think that you are starting to read the plot of some low-budget movie, you are mistaken. Not only are cyber threats aimed at power grids the reality of our time, but it wouldn’t actually take much for all of us to be left out of power when we least expect it because of some black-hat hacker and their dishonorable intentions.
It’s becoming more and more difficult to protect your company in the age of cyber threats. As network environments grow in size and complexity, so do the new attack options, all the while costing business owners billions of dollars in implementing successful security measures. To help you in that endeavour, we have come up with 5 cyber threats every security leader should prepare their organization for in 2018.
Are you still wondering if cyber threats can affect your business? If you are, then you couldn’t possibly be ready for them… Such a mistake on your part!