Do you have employees with access to computers? Do you trust them? Provided an organization has employees, whether trusted or not, it is susceptible to insider threats. Due to the latest occurrences where employees have been forced to change their working routines to working remotely, The latest information as collected by several security firms shows
“Malcolm” is a high earning (High-Net-Worth) CEO of a well-esteemed and successful financial institution. In his position and worth, he is not worried about anything and good to go for remote working during this pandemic (COVID-19). Like any responsible husband and father, he worries about the online safety of his wife and children while at
Malware. Phishing. Password Attacks. Rogue Software. Cyber attackers as of today have become smarter and more aggressive than in the earlier days. As of today, where there exist advanced hackers that can do just anything to compromise the security of any digital systems, build algorithms that can be used to decrypt the weakly protected systems,
The Internet is a massive venture. Millions of sites (web pages), where databases and servers all run endlessly unless if under testing and maintenance. According to Iceberg, web pages that can be searched and accessed via search engines like yahoo, Bing, Google and seen with physical eyes are said to exist on the visible internet.
The digital transformation makes the task of reducing the attack surface more difficult, given the exponential growth of users, devices, systems, and third-party applications that need to be updated. And as a consequence, the range of possible cyber-threats is considerably larger. The costs that these attacks suppose for businesses and users also add to the