Tag - cybersecurity awareness

NINJIO SEASON 3, EPISODE 9, STRAWBERRY X FOREVER

HOW IT REALLY HAPPENED: NINJIO SEASON 3, EPISODE 9, STRAWBERRY X FOREVER

In NINJIO’s Season 3, Episode 9, a submarine commander faces a potentially deadly attack.  It seems that an enemy obtained confidential data about the submarine’s sensors; the contractor responsible needs to track down what happened and make some changes, fast.  Setting your mobile devices to not automatically connect to Wi-Fi [...]

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5 Key Steps to Train Employees for Cybersecurity

5 Key Steps to Train Employees for Cybersecurity

5 Key Steps to Train Employees for Cybersecurity – Since everyday more data breaches and attacks affect business, today it is essential that you take the time to look at where your organization is vulnerable. You can set up any system to protect your business with cybersecurity, but the [...]

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HOW IT REALLY HAPPENED : NINJIO SEASON 3, EPISODE 7, UPDATE DOUBLE TAKE

In NINJIO’s Season 3, Episode 7, a meeting starts late after a link to Amazon prompted a software update – an update that IT knew nothing about.  It turns out that the culprit is malvertising.  It’s important to review links before you click on them, and to be aware [...]

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HOW IT REALLY HAPPENED NINJIO SEASON 3, EPISODE 6, RANSOMWARE IS EVERYWHERE

HOW IT REALLY HAPPENED: NINJIO SEASON 3, EPISODE 6, RANSOMWARE IS EVERYWHERE

In NINJIO’s Season 3, Episode 6, an entire city shuts down and panic ensures; crucial city systems are being held up by hackers using ransomware.  Either the city can try to gain access themselves or pay the perpetrators.  The first step is tracking down where the ransomware came from [...]

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HOW IT REALLY HAPPENED: NINJIO SEASON 3, EPISODE 5, THE MACRO TROJAN TAKEDOWN

HOW IT REALLY HAPPENED: NINJIO SEASON 3, EPISODE 5, THE MACRO TROJAN TAKEDOWN

In NINJIO’s Season 3, Episode 5, a routine day at air traffic control turns dangerous when the system begins to glitch.  Macro-based malware made it into the organization’s system, rendering their equipment useless.  The result could put innocent lives at stake.  Whenever an email is received with an attachment containing [...]

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5 Key Steps to Train Employees for Cybersecurity

5 Key Steps to Train Employees for Cybersecurity

5 Key Steps to Train Employees for Cybersecurity – Since everyday more data breaches and attacks affect business, today it is essential that you take the time to look at where your organization is vulnerable. You can set up any system to protect your business with cybersecurity, but the [...]

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Why You Need a Security Operations Center (SOC)

Why You Need a Security Operations Center (SOC)

Why You Need a Security Operations Center (SOC) – The cyber threat environment is evolving rapidly, and every day hundreds of new vulnerabilities that may threaten your company’s environment are released. Your defensive cyber security tools like firewall and antivirus probably won’t detect these threats. The longer that a cyber [...]

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Phishing Websites And How To Identify Them

Phishing Websites And How To Identify Them 

Phishing Websites And How To Identify Them – Phishing is quite common. One of the blogs we had written before covered how email users could face bad consequences with the click of a downloading/opening of attachments or websites sent by phishers. In 2020, phishing attacks rose even more than it [...]

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Google Reports Two Million Phishing Websites Created In 2020

Google Reports Two Million Phishing Websites Created In 2020

Two Million Phishing Websites Created in 2020 – Google reports that 2.02 million phishing websites have been created for 2020 so far. It has been determined that this number has increased by 19.91% when compared to 2019. This result revealed to what extent the coronavirus epidemic increased cyberattacks . 1- Which Phishing [...]

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Phishing Security: Attackers Use Google Services To Bypass Security

Phishing Security: Attackers Use Google Services To Bypass Security

Phishing Security: Attackers Use Google Services to Bypass Security Phishing Security: Attackers Use Google Services to Bypass Security – Attackers used a range of Google Services, including Forms, Documents, and many other services to initiate phishing attacks and Business Email Compromise (BECs). According to recent research, the recent increase in phishing [...]

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