Cybersecurity is a major concern for businesses and individuals alike. To protect our online accounts, many of us have turned to multi-factor authentication (MFA) to add an extra layer of security. One popular form of MFA is SMS authentication, where a one-time code is sent to the user’s mobile phone.
The internet has changed the way we communicate and access information, but it has also brought along a host of threats, including malware, phishing, and other cyber-attacks. These threats can result in the theft of sensitive personal information and financial loss.
With the rise of mobile technology and remote work, employees now have the flexibility to work from anywhere at any time, and work is no longer limited to a traditional office setting.
Businesses are more vulnerable to cyber threats today than ever before. While external threats such as malware and hacking are well-known risks, many companies fail to consider the dangers posed by insiders. Insider threats can come from current or former employees, contractors, vendors, or other trusted individuals who have access to your company’s data.
Passwords are used to secure everything from personal email accounts to sensitive financial information, so it’s more important than ever to understand how password protection works. With an ever-increasing number of cyber-attacks and data breaches, it’s essential to have a strong, unique password to protect your information.
In August 2022, LastPass, a popular password manager service, announced that it had suffered a security breach that could potentially expose users’ email addresses, password reminders, and other sensitive information. While the company has stated that no master passwords or encrypted user vaults were compromised, the incident has understandably left many LastPass users concerned about […]
In our fast-paced and technology-driven world, communication has become easier and faster than ever before. With the advent of messaging applications and chatbots, businesses are now leveraging these tools to communicate with customers and clients more efficiently.
2023 is set to be the year where data privacy takes the spotlight, meaning companies of all shapes and sizes will be under increased pressure to ensure they’re correctly storing, using and processing sensitive information like PII and PHI.
Many small and medium-sized organizations we speak to have shied away from embracing Microsoft 365 Premium due to concerns about costs and excess features that they are unlikely to use. This is understandable. The platform, after all, is aimed at larger, international enterprises.
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) has become an increasingly important security measure for organizations and individuals to protect against unauthorized access to systems and data. However, as useful as MFA can be, it is not without its drawbacks – and one of the biggest challenges is MFA fatigue.