Phishing attacks are the most widespread and most damaging threat to small businesses, accounting for 90% of all cyber security breaches.
Small businesses experience cyber security risks in varying forms and sophistication every day. Being complacent about the risks and ignoring the importance of a cybersecurity risk assessment can damage the health of their businesses.
A zero day threat is a security flaw known or unknown to the software vendor which hasn't had a patch made to fix the vulnerability.
HTTPs enables web servers and web browsers to establish secure connections. It encrypts data being transmitted in both directions. This helps prevent thieves from stealing sensitive information along the way.
A firewall blocks outsiders from gaining unauthorized access to your computer and helps stop malicious software from infecting your computer.
A VPN is a virtual private connection to a VPN host server to hide your identity, address and online activity when using a public Internet connection. It does this by encrypting your data and turning them into “rubbish” so no one can make sense of it even if they get their hands on it.
Element is a secure messaging app for safer personal and corporate communication and other group chats.
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A remote access Trojan is a software used by hackers to gain unauthorized access and remote control on a user’s computer or mobile device, including mouse and keyboard manipulation.
Spam - spam emails, texts and sms messages (i.e. junk email), are unsolicited messages sent indiscriminately in bulk. Spam is a gigantic waste of time and resources.
A botnet is a network of computers that work as a collective to infiltrate your device. Here's how to protect your business from botnets.