Because the firm must adhere to SEC regulations, it was imperative that their IT providers understand the regulation & compliance rigors that must go on with data security. With IT security as a leading concern, the firm found themselves having to offer IT security recommendations to their previous provider. The firm was concerned about regulatory red flags being missed.
The Firm had a very familiar problem that a lot of companies have, Bandwidth. With no true IT department or security policy in place, they were left vulnerable to cyber-attacks.
As new tactics consistently emerge within social engineering, here are 4 more to help you spot threats before your systems are compromised. Here we go!
A Tactical Guide to Social Engineering- 70-90% of all malicious breaches are due to social engineering & phishing attacks. Hackers love to prey on human weaknesses like Sympathy, Fear, Trust, Laziness, Ignorance, Greed, and Ego.
By Karl Bickmore, CEO Snap Tech IT The terms “Malware” and “Virus” are used interchangeably in the computer world. While most people understand that both will create havoc on your system, they don’t necessarily know the differences between them. One of the best ways to protect your business data from both predators is to learn […]
Increased sophistication of social engineering makes it difficult to know when you’re being had. Don’t fall for their tricks & see 5 techniques hackers are using to steal your data.
Every day, a company is infected with some form of malware. The Internet is a new battlefield; we’re in a cyberwar, hackers are the enemy and malware is the weapon.
Ransomware is an ever-evolving form of malware designed to encrypt files on a device, rendering any files and the systems that rely on them unusable. check out the tips & tricks you need to know to stay safe.
Phishing is the first delivery method for other types of malicious software. A phishing attack isn’t just targeted at
gaining information. but they can also be used to distribute malicious programs, such as ransomware.