October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month and this is week 2: Fight the Phish, We have rounded up some of our cybersecurity experts to weigh in on how we can fight the phish and some best practices to implement throughout your organizations.Read More
By Richard Bailey – Continuing our Awareness month in week 2. Phishing attacks and scams have thrived since the COVID pandemic began in 2020, and today, phishing attacks account for more than 80 percent of reported security incidents.
By Matt Fisher – It used to be that almost a day could not go by without the report of a phishing attack. Now seemingly a day cannot go by without a ransomware attack being reported. While phishing may be a route in, it is not the only way to get past an organization’s defenses.
By Art Gross – We all know (or should know) that human error accounts for the majority of breaches. Phishing gives hackers entry to a business’s front door by manipulating the employees who work there.
By Anthony Murray – National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, initiated by the National Cybersecurity Division within the Department of Homeland Security and the nonprofit National Cyber Security Alliance, is observed in October.
By Matt Fisher – Since at least the beginning of the summer, it seems as though no day can go by without another phishing incident being reported by a healthcare entity. The reports are almost always the same too.
By Art Gross – Pawnee County Memorial Hospital (PCMH) in Pawnee City, Nebraska has notified 7,038 patients that a hacker may have accessed some of their protected health information.
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