Are you ready for a more cyber secure 2021? As much as some people would like to forget 2020 ever happened, unfortunately it will still be remembered as a year of increased cyber-attacks, spam, phishing emails and information disorder in our neck of the woods. That is why we’ve decided to publish and give away […]
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Online shopping is catching on quick. Everybody’s doing it! And you can get great deals too. However, criminals will try to get you to visit fake websites by offering great deals.
Perhaps the most important lesson from the most recent cyber-attack on the healthcare industry is this: Hackers have no shame! We knew that already but recently we were rudely awakened to just how low they will go.
Hacking of multi-million-dollar companies is big business and Garmin is the latest victim of a vicious ransomware attack. Here’s what we know about the ransomware attack on Garmin and what we can learn from it.
News, emails and social media posts about Covid-19 will get the most attention these days. Hackers are ready, willing and able to use this to their advantage. This is where quality SAT (security awareness training) comes in.
AwareGO just released a new security awareness video that covers the need for multi factor authentication.
Since the dawn of the internet and online accounts hackers have been trying to find ways to get to people’s passwords. They’ll use multiple ways, from phishing or spear phishing to keylogging or hacking into big databases that store multiple passwords. Hackers also know that many people use the same password for everything. If they get your password for one account they’ll try it everywhere to see if they’ll get lucky.
Check out our Top 10 list of Security Awareness Topics – the kinds of things everyone in your organisation needs to be aware of today!
Phishing is the attempt to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details by disguising as a trustworthy entity.
A few simple security behaviors could make all the difference when it comes to prevent tailgating.