Scammers are constantly changing tactics to trick users into making mistakes. Bogus URL usage is on the rise. Landing on a fraudulent website can end in malware infections, including ransomware. Read on to find out how to identify a bogus URL.
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Ransomware is here to stay and is a primary cyber-weapon of criminals. You may not be able to stop ransomware from attacking your company, but you can effectively defend your business and eliminate the threat. Read and find out how.
The FBI warns that hackers are using tactics that can bypass multi-factor authentication. Read how they’re doing it and how you can protect yourself.
A recent ZDNet Security post describes a dastardly attack vector allowing scammers to produce exact replicas of expected invoices that, if paid, will funnel sizeable cash balances into criminal bank accounts. Here’s how they do it: Using phishing attacks against vendor companies, hackers acquire the email login credentials of billing department personnel. After acquiring the […]
Earlier this year, Baltimore suffered a massive ransomware attack that crippled the city’s ability to function. Find out the mistake that Baltimore made that cost them millions of dollars and make sure your company isn’t making the same blunder.
A well-written and tested Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) is worth its weight in gold. Make sure you have one! The information it contains will not only help your IT recovery but your physical one too. Having information at your fingertips allows you to ask for help efficiently, quickly and with one purposecomplete recovery.
Read on to find out the two most important lists you must have in your DRP.
Disasters are, by nature, unplanned events. Therefore, when they strike, Subject Matter Experts may not be available. That’s why detailed documentation is necessary. This post explores what your Disaster Plan must contain about your present backup systems.
When your company was created and/or evolved from previous entity types, you were issued important documents registering your business. These documents, although not accessed very much, must always be in reach in case you’re are legally required to produce them. Keeping these documents off premises and/or digital copies can save you a lot of grief. Read how to take this issue off your plate.
There is more to surviving a disaster than making sure your data is safe and accessible. Money is needed to run a business, so make sure you have access to cash during and after a disaster. Setting up banking lines as well as timely filing of insurance claims can help your business survive financially until the emergency dissipates. Read on to find out what your Disaster Plan should contain.
A good Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) gives your people everything they need to operate during and after a disaster. Even day-to-day problems can be covered in a DRP, such as plumbing issues, electrical malfunctions, security problems, etc. Be as comprehensive as possible by taking “thinking” as much as possible out of the equation.