Cyber Attacks

How to Protect Your Website From a Cyber Attack

Your website is your calling card to attract customers, and an unexpected cyber-attack can cost you both time and money. What types of activity are you monitoring from the back end? With the right tools, your website can increase its security and prevent an attack. To avoid becoming the next victim, it’s time to take

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Use Security Technology to Improve Business Operations

Security technology would continue to be as important for businesses in 2019 as it was in 2018; in fact, it would be much more important in 2019 than it was in 2018. As we know, security technology today is integral to business operations and contributes greatly to the continuity of any business and its operational

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How to Protect Mid-Tier Enterprises from Cyberattacks in 2019

The new year has begun; here comes another New Year Special from The Threat Report. Today, we take a look at how mid-tier enterprises can protect themselves from all kinds of cyberattacks- known as well as unknown ones. 2018 saw mid-tier enterprises facing lots of cybersecurity challenges, with hackers seeking to exploit all kinds of

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How To Minimize The Chance Of Becoming The Next Victim of Cyber Attacks?

The world has breached the very limit of the Internet Protocol version 4 address, AKA IPv4. This addressing scheme enables around 4.3 billion distinct devices to be connected to the Internet at the same time. However, as mentioned by the father of the Internet, Vint Cerf, IPv4 was not designed as a ‘production’ protocol but

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Is Your Router Being Exploited By Cyber Attackers?

Chances are you have a wifi router in your home that broadcasts an internet signal so your devices, laptops, smartphones, tablets, video game consoles, and whatever else can use it. If you work in an office, chances are you have a router there too. And if you go to your local coffee shop to surf

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How In The World Did Trickbot Steal Your Bank Password?

First there was Dyre malware, initially discovered in October 2014 and designed to steal sensitive data by successfully infecting computers. Most people conduct online banking using their personal phones, tablets, and PCs, and many others use their credit cards to make purchases online using those same devices. Further, enterprise and business computers as well as

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Strong New Malware Exploits Microsoft Word For Hidden Attack

One of the main goals of antivirus software is to prevent spyware infections, which cyber attackers can use to breach the confidentiality of your computer’s data. But in order for this malicious spyware to work, it must be able to evade detection by antivirus software. Security researchers have discovered a new cyber attack campaign that

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Real-Time Cyber War: It Fuels Terror But Does It Fulfill A Need?

The ability to watch global cyber attacks as they are about to happen? Sounds too good to be true, right? Nowhere else in the world can you locate a battlefield that is active 24/7 —and yet, if you turn on your PC, it’s possible to watch real-time cyberwar night or day. Right before your eyes,

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How Is The GDPR Redefining The SME Business World?

Europe has blazed the trail for improved protection of global consumer data, regardless of the owner’s nationality—an effort now known as the GDPR. While it’s true the internet has no real national boundaries and is agnostic of regional policies, companies affected by the new mandate are realizing they must map out some solutions for the

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