Business Email Compromise (BEC): The $26 Billion Scam

Business Email Compromise

Dubbed by the FBI as the $26 billion scam, Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks come with an average cost of $5.01 million per breach according to the 2021 IMB Cost of Data Breach Report. Do you have that type of capital to mitigate the costs of such a breach?

Cybersecurity Do’s and Don’ts

cybersecurity do's and don'ts

According to the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), “cyber actors routinely exploit poor security configurations (either misconfigured or left unsecured), weak controls, and other poor cyber hygiene practices to gain initial access to compromise a victim’s system.”

Tax Season Cybersecurity Tips

Tax Season

Tax season is coming to an end. While you were searching high and low for your tax documents, cybercriminals were likely scouring the internet to find your private information. In 2021, there were more than 1.4 million reports of identity theft across the country. With tax-related identity theft being the most common form during tax […]

Potential Threat of US Cyber Attack

Potential Threat of US Cyber Attack

You may be wondering what the current state of cybersecurity looks like for the US. On March 21, 2022, The White House warned US businesses to “harden cyber defenses immediately”.

Log4j Vulnerability Explained by a Cybersecurity Expert

Log4j

The Log4j vulnerability has been described as “the single biggest, most critical vulnerability of the last decade”. This vulnerability is impacting everyone on the internet from financial institutions to government entities.

Personal Cybersecurity News: Apple AirTags

Apple Airtags

Cybersecurity is not all about business and government regulations. Hacking and bad actors can directly impact individuals. Experts are warning of the use of Apple AirTags for stalking and other malicious activities.

Valentine’s Day Scams to Avoid

Valentine’s Day Scams to Avoid

There are plenty of “phish” in the sea this Valentine’s Day. Today may be the day of love, but cybercriminals are looking to break more than just your heart this Valentine’s Day. They likely want to break into your bank accounts or get access to other personal information. Netflix recently released a documentary called, The […]

What do the Superbowl and Cybersecurity Have in Common?

Superbowl and Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity and the Superbowl have a lot more in common than you may think. Did you know the Superbowl causes a major spike in cybercrime each year? That’s right, consider all of the teams, fans, news outlets, transportation, and vendors that are a part of the Superbowl each year. Not to mention the outpouring of […]