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Understanding the Pervasive Threat of Cyberattacks In the rapidly evolving digital landscape, the potential for cyber threats is an inevitable reality. As per the “2022 US Cybersecurity Census Report” published by Keeper, an average American business is at the receiving
Risks that aren’t on the radar of many small business owners, but should be. We put out a lot of information on cyber crime and the need for Cyber Insurance. We do it because it’s the world’s fastest growing crime
Revenge is the new cyber risk True crime aficionados, there’s a whole new subgenre out there for you: hackers for hire. Yes, you can hire a cyber thug to to wreak havoc on your enemies, be they corporate or personal.
Businesses and individuals need to be aware of phishing scams Email is arguably the world’s best and worst advance in human communications. The ability to send and receive information with ease and speed results in a love-hate relationship with our
Small businesses increasingly vulnerable to data breaches It’s no secret that cybercrime is on the increase. Unfortunately, the news headlines about big business and government hackings are only the tip of the iceberg. Small to mid-size businesses represent the highest
What’s the difference? Because we live and work in a computer-dependent world, every organization is at risk from cyber criminals and needs to take steps to protect critical data. Cyber criminals are adept at finding endless ways of infiltrating computers
Criminal advances dictate changes in cyber coverage Digital technology and the Internet offer endless possibilities for doing business. Just when we think we’ve mastered one concept, something new comes along. Sadly, those in the business of cybercrime are always one
Protecting your assets in our digital world We’re all aware of the recent headline-making news stories of data breaches at large companies such as Target, eBay and Michael’s. In fact, many of us of have probably been affected by those
Insiders account for most cyber theft losses Outside hackers, whether domestic or part of criminal gangs in Eastern Europe and Asia, get most of the media attention. However, a bigger cyber risk is inside jobs by a company’s own employees.
Large and small businesses risk security breaches We might as well call them artists because their creativity knows no bounds. Cyber criminals are constantly outsmarting software developers and IT professionals. The average annual cost of a cybercrime in the U.S.