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Cost of Cyber Attacks: One Company’s Worst-Case Scenario

Small to medium-sized businesses are increasingly targeted by cybercriminals, as demonstrated by Expeditors’ costly ransomware attack in 2022. To mitigate such risks, businesses must invest in robust cybersecurity measures, including multi-layered security solutions, regular system updates, strong access controls, employee education, and a comprehensive incident response plan.

10 Tips to Better Spot Phishing Emails

Email phishing is surging, especially in the financial services sector, with attacks ranging from simple scams to sophisticated spear phishing campaigns. The best defense is educating end-users to recognize suspicious emails, focusing on ten common signs of phishing such as generic salutations, bad grammar, and urgent requests.

CPRA Vs CCPA? Ready for the July 2023 Deadline?

The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) strengthens and expands the consumer privacy protections of the CCPA. On July 1, 2023, new requirements were implemented. Explore the key differences in the update requirements for protecting sensitive personal information, conducting security audits, and ensuring third-party vendor security, making it crucial for businesses to stay updated and work with knowledgeable IT partners to navigate these regulations.

Multi-Layered Security: How to Improve Your Cybersecurity Strategy

In today’s escalating cyber threat landscape, businesses must adopt a multi-layered security solution to protect against intrusions. By implementing overlapping security measures such as next-generation firewalls, endpoint detection, and access management policies, organizations can create a robust defense system to mitigate risks and avoid severe consequences like financial loss, reputational damage, and regulatory penalties.

What is Cyber Hygiene & Why is it Important? (Best Practices)

Cyber hygiene involves the consistent implementation of cybersecurity best practices to secure networks and critical data. Key practices include enabling multi-factor authentication, using strong and unique passwords, keeping software updated, recognizing phishing and social engineering tactics, protecting mobile devices, and using VPNs for secure remote access.

Multifactor Authentication: A Critical Piece of Your Cybersecurity Strategy

Multifactor authentication (MFA) enhances security by requiring multiple forms of verification, making it harder for unauthorized users to access systems even if they obtain a password. It’s essential for all organizations, especially in highly-regulated sectors, and should be part of a comprehensive, multilayered cybersecurity strategy to effectively mitigate cyber threats and ensure compliance.

What is the CIA Triad? Definition & Examples in Cybersecurity

What is the CIA Triad?

What is the CIA Triad? The CIA Triad is a fundamental cybersecurity model that acts as a foundation in the development of security policies designed to protect data. The three letters in CIA Triad stand for Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability. In theory, the CIA Triad combines three distinct means of interacting with data to create […]

U.S. Shares Threat Intelligence. Prepare for Russian Cyber Attacks

Russian Cyber Attacks

President Biden released a statement Monday warning about “evolving intelligence that the Russian Government is exploring options for potential cyberattacks” on U.S. targets. He is urging the private sector to “harden your cyber defenses immediately by implementing the best practices.” This warning about Russian cyber attacks comes on the heels of recent alerts about the […]

Critical Infrastructure Sectors Target of Cybersecurity Bill

Critical Infrastructure Sectors Target of Cybersecurity Bill

Earlier this month, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed a major piece of cybersecurity legislation. It requires companies in key sectors identified as critical infrastructure to report significant cyberattacks to the government within 72 hours. The legislation will have far-reaching impacts across most sectors. The introduction of the Strengthening American Cybersecurity Act of 2022 comes as […]