The insider threat definition is any threat posed by people who have access to your system or your company’s system. Current or former employees, as well as temporary personnel, may pose a threat. Always consider cyber security training for employees. This...
Have you ever been on the receiving end of a phishing email? According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, email phishing attacks were the most common type of cybercrime in 2020 with approximately 241,342 complaints. This is over double the number of phishing...
Be On The Lookout For CDC Scams & COVID Phishing Emails Hackers are taking advantage of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic with CDC scams by sending out massive amounts of COVID phishing emails. Hackers are offering information regarding the virus pretending to...
Malicious Actors Use USB Drives & Gift Cards to Lure Victims The FBI has issued a threat advisory. USB devices are being mailed to businesses across the country that contain malware. The FBI warns that people working in Human Resources, Information Technology and...
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