Cybersecurity Bi-weekly Roundup: Week of 19th September

A bi-weekly roundup of the latest cybersecurity news and research Halfway down the week and we’ve got you covered till the weekend about all the nitty-gritty in the world of cybersecurity! 1. Microsoft’s ‘passwordless future’ runs the risk of shutting down older people. Nobody likes passwords. They’re inconvenient. They’re a prime target for attacks. Yet […]

5 Ways to Boost Mobile Device Security – Know It All!!

With constant advancement in technology mobile device security have become an increasingly vital component of many organizations’ IT infrastructure. The surge of remote work in response to the COVID-19 pandemic makes these devices the most convenient choice for many employees. However, regardless of how convenience mobile devices offer, they also tend to carry significant security […]

5 Mistakes to Avoid in Website SSL Certificates

What is an SSL Certificate? SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer, a global standard security technology that enables encrypted communication between a web browser and a web server. It is on a regular basis utilized by millions of online businesses and individuals to decrease the risk of sensitive information (e.g., credit card numbers, usernames, passwords, […]

6 ways to protect employees from phishing

The term Phishing seems to be buzzing around in every field and with technological enhancement the need for modern solutions has become a must but with attacks and challenges rising day after day, the essence of finding an all-rounder solution has become a must-have essential. One such problem is Phishing attack. It has been and […]

Cybersecurity Bi-weekly Roundup: Week of 23rd August 2021

A bi-weekly roundup of the latest cybersecurity news and research. Halfway down the week and once again we’ve got you covered till the weekend on the what’s and nots in the world of cybersecurity. 1. Phishing attack exposes medical information for 12,000 patients at Revere Health It seems even post the pandemic, healthcare employees still […]

5 ways to prevent social engineering attacks

What are Social Engineering Attacks? Social engineering attacks are referred to as psychological manipulation to trick users into making security mistakes or giving away sensitive information, i.e., a broad range of malicious activities accomplished through human interactions. Most importantly, social engineering is especially dangerous because it relies on human error, rather than vulnerabilities in software […]

Why Cyber Security Awareness Training is Important Post Covid Era?

Cyber security threats are frequent, from ransomware and phishing to identity fraud and data breaches, scams needs to be addressed. Moreover, with humans being the weakest link in information security, organizations need to foster a culture of data protection, one where employees readily understand what types of threats are common, and the impact they can […]

Cybersecurity Bi-weekly Roundup: Week of 9th August 2021

A bi-weekly roundup of the latest cybersecurity news and research. Halfway down the week and we’ve got you covered till the weekend on the what’s and nots in the world of cyber security. Androids and iPhones let loose cause it’s Google to the rescue!!! As Google drops Bluetooth Titan Security Keys in favor of NFC […]

Olympics – Let the security round begin!

With the Olympics rolling into its third week, victory seems to be lining up for beloved Olympians from fencing to hockey, looks like success has been paving its way and is making sure to not leave any stone unturned. Having said that, as much as we all love to see and vouch for our favorites. […]

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