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CATEGORY ARCHIVES: network-security

UPGRADE YOUR SECURITY WITHOUT BREAKING THE BANK

Small-medium businesses are on the bullseye for cyber attacks, with businesses being attacked and compromised on an hourly basis, yet many SMBs don’t seem to be worried at all. 63% of small-medium businesses experienced a data breach in 2019, as reported in a study by Keeper Security and the Ponemon Institute. Yet the same study found that 60% of SMB owners think their businesses aren’t a likely target for a cyber attack. These numbers don’t add up, and something about these business owners’ laid back attitude just doesn’t make sense – SMB recovery from a cyber attack is estimated to cost around $200,000, and can easily reach millions depending on the extent of the damage (and in case of ransomware – how big the ransom price is). In fact, a study by BullGuard found that over forty percent of SMBs do not have cybersecurity defense plans whatsoever.

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Analysis: New Android Malware Steals Victim Data From 300+ Apps

 

A new android malware strain was uncovered in May, boasting the ability to steal data from 337 applications, including passwords and credit card information. Among these apps are some of the most highly-used applications on any android phone, such as Netflix, Gmail, Amazon, Uber, and more.

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LIVE WEBCAST: The Basics to Understanding the Secret Life of DNS – Protecting Against Modern Threats at Scale

DNS is one of the single biggest important components to making the global internet work and it is often the most neglected aspects of a network. Invented in the 80's, DNS “just works," but its ease of use has people overlooking the power of using it to protect their customers. DNS offers the first clues to what is going on in your network and is used by criminals to steal data.

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