4 Ways to Protect Yourself: Ransomware is Inevitable

Author(s):

Manish Mandal, Product Marketer , ManageEngine

Ransomware Attacks

When it comes to ransomware attacks, the window to react and remediate these impending attacks is very small. By the time this attack is recognized, it may be too late to spring into damage control mode. Take the WannaCry ransomware attack, for instance—once it was deployed, it took eight hours to develop the kill switch. … Read more

Even Cyber Pros Fall Victim to Cybercrime and Bad Habits

Author(s):

James Everett Lee, Chief Operating Officer, The Identity Theft Resource Center

Cyber Pros Fall Victim to Cybercrime

Back in January of 2021, you may have seen this eye-catching headline: “Hackers are targeting security researchers”. As it turns out, threat actors in North Korea were luring pen testers and other vulnerability professionals into a trap where a backdoor was installed on unsuspecting researchers’ operating systems. This scheme was discovered by Google’s Threat Analysis … Read more

Cyber Self-Defense Is Not Complicated

Author(s):

A.J. Nash, Sr. Director of Cyber Intelligence Strategy , Anomali

Cyber Self-Defense

Whether it be texts that include personal content not meant for public consumption, emails, hard drives, cloud storage containing sensitive business information, or the endless supply of finance transaction data that most of us pass across the Internet daily, few people in the modern world are immune to the threat of a cyber-attack. Hence, the importance … Read more

The Top 5 Cybersecurity Myths That Need to Die

Author(s):

Caleb Townsend, Staff Writer, United States Cybersecurity Magazine

Cybersecurity Myths Man in Suit Looking at a White Wall With Two Direction Arrows Pointed To Fact or Myths

Cybersecurity myths are pervasive ideas people have about cybersecurity that weaken your cybersecurity posture. These myths often are defense mechanisms, rationalizations for apathy and inaction. It is important to dispel these myths. Otherwise, you could be opening yourself, or your business, to vulnerability. Cybersecurity Myth #1: Cybersecurity is the IT Guy’s Problem If you work … Read more