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Sep 7, 2022   |  By SecuritySenses
It's important to be proactive when it comes to protecting your software. Click here to find out what you need to do to ensure its safety.
Jul 18, 2022   |  By SecuritySenses
If you don't want anyone to steal or add to the classified contents in your PDF files then you need to adequately protect them. There are several reasons why you need to make sure that sensitive data in PDF files is protected. But at the same time, since the PDF format is a commonly shared document, it must be easily accessible to your users or those who read and review them. In the absence of PDF file security, you may be faced with severe consequences of a data breach. Hence, locking PDF files with right document security solution can effectively keep sensitive information within the files secured.
May 24, 2022   |  By Chester Avey
It is often said that the human factor is the most important part of cybersecurity. In many ways this is true. Cybersecurity tech plays a vital role in everything from blocking dangerous traffic and spotting suspicious activity on an account, to offering the kind of 24/7 surveillance that simply isn't practical (or possible) for humans to carry out themselves. But ultimately, this is only a part of cybersecurity.
May 5, 2022   |  By Ricardo Diniz
Some 90% of security breaches can be avoided by using multi-factor authentication (MFA). Yet most enterprises still rely only on usernames and passwords - and avoid other strong second-factor authentication methods - to make user sign-on both safe and convenient. Our addiction to passwords seems to be a long-standing issue. In order to stay secure, users have to make passwords complicated, only to spend time remembering and then forgetting them, which has resulted in more IT support.
Feb 25, 2022   |  By Chester Avey
Software as a Service (SaaS) has become an increasingly hot topic for businesses of all sizes. Companies looking to change the way they operate after the COVID-19 pandemic have been making use of SaaS services to help them grow. But, as more companies use SaaS, so too do more cybercriminals take an interest in it. Here we look at four major threats to business SaaS security measures and analyse what your company can do to minimise the risk during 2022.
Jan 28, 2022   |  By SecuritySenses
Data Protection Day as it's marked across Europe, or Data Privacy Day, internationally, is an annual marker in a very challenging cybersecurity challenging calendar. Consumer data is regularly stolen, and enterprises and public sector organisations are often in the headlines because of incessant attacks from cybercriminals as well as from accidental privacy misadventures.
Dec 20, 2021   |  By SecuritySenses
Cyberattacks are not a recent phenomenon, but their risk is growing. 2021 has proven that these hacks are occurring more frequently and that even the most sophisticated organisations can be threatened. The reality is that these cyberattacks will continue to be an enormous threat in 2022. Below, we have collated predictions from top cybersecurity executives on how to navigate these new challenges and ensure that your business stays safe in 2022.
Jul 9, 2021   |  By Chester Avey
The Covid-19 pandemic has dramatically altered working experiences and what we consider to be normal. Almost every industry has been affected and businesses were forced to scramble to find ways of operating at such a difficult time. Things have begun to improve, and we may be through the worst of the pandemic, but it has had a lingering effect.
Jun 30, 2021   |  By Chester Avey
Remote working is here to stay, so it's vital that businesses understand how to get the best out of their staff. For some roles, working remotely is easier than others - DevOps employees, for example, can face challenges if they're not fully supported within the organisation. In a distributed workforce, there's a higher risk of security issues and application problems, so it's crucial that organisations support them to keep the organisation running smoothly. Here are 6 ways to do just that.
Jun 28, 2021   |  By SecuritySenses
In May of 2021, a cybercrime organization called DarkSide successfully locked operators of the Colonial Pipeline, which supplies the east coast with 45% of its petroleum fuel, out of their own software system with a type of malware called "ransomware." True to its name, ransomware returns access to your software (in theory) if you pay a ransom. The result-fuel supplies collapsed across the eastern United States, with gas lines, price spikes, and panic. People began hoarding gasoline in states not even served by the Colonial Pipeline. The US government passed emergency legislation. Even DarkSide seemed shocked at the impact of their cyberattack.

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