Most of the time, a data breach is not just a temporary error. It can be the end of an organization. Imagine waking up one morning to find out that sensitive information belonging to your or your customers has been exposed. The costs that come in the aftermath are often too much for smaller companies […]
Month: June 2022
The need for working from home has increased tremendously since 2020 with the coronavirus outbreak. To keep the workplace running, working from home was introduced to employees. However, it isn’t easy to attest that WFH employees are productive.
In a 2018 survey, small firms used an average of 73 software applications. That number has been rising steadily over the years and is almost certainly higher now. The average employee has to log into multiple business applications each week ranging from company email to customer relationship management (CRM) systems. Each would require a distinct […]
Social engineering isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when most people think about cyberattacks. Yet, social engineering is consistently the most widely used avenue for breaking through an organization’s cyber defenses. Even when hackers use technical means to break through a system, there will often be some social engineering involved to obtain login […]