There are a number of ways that companies protect themselves from breaches to their network. These include firewalls, anti-malware/antivirus solutions, web protection, and more. But one important area of IT security is employee awareness training.
Cybersecurity Awareness Training Part 1 – Dark Web Monitoring
In the first six months of 2019, at least 4.1 billion records were stolen in data breaches. In the first three months last year, Microsoft found 44 million accounts that were reusing passwords found within databases that had been breached in the past.
How to Make Your Cybersecurity Awareness Training More Engaging and Memorable
Human error is one of the main causes of data breaches. Whether it comes through choosing weak passwords or accidentally clicking on a phishing email, employees that aren’t aware of good cybersecurity practices can become a big liability.
Here’s Why You Should Be Using Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) Protection for all Your Logins
Any organisation’s most sensitive and confidential documents are only one password hack from being compromised. That means the least secure password that one of your employees is using may be the only thing protecting your data from being breached!
NBN Developments That Will Have a Positive Impact on Australian Businesses
No matter how sophisticated your hardware and software, one vital component it needs to work efficiently is the broadband that connects it to the world. Without a well-functioning internet connection, businesses lag behind and are running with one virtual hand tied behind their backs.