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How to create a cyber-safe environment in your organization

Cybercrime is a big problem for businesses and organizations of all sizes and there are a number of reasons why it is on the rise. First, the internet has made it easier for criminals to commit crimes who can operate almost anonymously and from anywhere in the world while virtually taking any risk. Second, there‚Äôs a growing number of devices that are connected to the internet, which provides more opportunities for criminals to...

5 Ways Cyber Criminals Can Steal Your Credentials – And How To Prevent It

Using stolen credentials have been a mainstay of cyber security for years, and for good reasons. First, they might use stolen or compromised credentials to gain access to sensitive data, which they can use for financial gain or to damage the organization. They might also use this technique to place viruses or other malware on systems, or to disrupt the operations of the organization. Second, the criminals might use stolen or compromised...

How to avoid being hacked: Cybercrime prevention tips for businesses

It's no longer a secret that businesses are increasingly vulnerable to cybercrime. Hackers are targeting businesses for their data and financial information, and it's up to businesses to protect themselves. With the right security measures, businesses can reduce their risk of cybercrime and stay ahead of the hackers. In this blog post  , we'll explore the business impacts of cybercrime, why businesses should take action to protect...

What you need to know about ransomware as a service attacks!

Ransomware attacks continue to be one of the main concerns for organizations. Cyber threat actors know the impact a successful ransomware attack represents for a company and continue to put efforts in developing their tools, techniques, tactics and procedure making huge profits out of their criminal activities. The business model of cyber-criminal groups involved in ransomware activities is in constant mutation and different groups implement...

Spring4Shell – Is this the new log4shell?

A new vulnerability was discovered in the Spring framework after a Chinese security researcher leaked a proof-of-concept (PoC) exploit on GitHub. This vulnerability affects Java Springcore and permits an attacker to perform a remote code execution. The vulnerability affects JDK 9 and higher. At the moment, there is no CVE and no official announcement from Spring at this time. When reading emerging documentation online, be careful to not confuse...