Even with new technologies abound, we’ve come to rely on passwords as our primary means of managing access to systems, applications and data. In reality, passwords are our first—and in most cases, only—line of defense when it comes to protecting against unauthorized access, misuse and theft.
Could you spot a phishing attack if and when it crosses your inbox? What about your colleagues? Your executive staff and mangers that hold the keys to the kingdom? Read on to explore the anatomy of a phishing email and how to avoid falling prey to these attacks.
Ronald Reagan famously said "The most terrifying words in the English language are: I'm from the government and I'm here to help" and he was right, especially when the IRS is involved. That said, occasionally a government agency does help and a recent document published by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) clears up a topic that really matters to all of us: How to passwords should be built.
Recent news headlines have declared the password dead. But what's slated to replace it? Are all consumers comfortable with the same authentication methods? Different generations aside, one thing's certain: there's got to be a better way.
With numerous breaches and a record number of compromised records; 2016 was the year of the mega breach. Expert Tin Zaw explores credential stuffing attacks that follow these mega breaches -- and the impact they have on society.
It’s 2017 and we can no longer afford to ignore good cybersecurity practices. In this ITSPmagazine exclusive, we connected with top cybersecurity experts to get their recommendations on protecting business and users from malicious attacks.
Since 76% of data breaches are from stolen login information. Jack Bicer, CEO of Sekur Me, says that eliminating passwords and using instant, automatic 2-factor authentication will eliminate fraudulent activities.
Most small businesses think that they can’t or won’t be the victims of cyber attack — that fraudsters and hackers are only interested in going after large corporations. Think again — and consider these 5 best practices when you do.
It's time to stop pretending this is not going to happen to you. At work, or in your everyday life, we need to learn how to live with cybersecurity. If we want to play in an IoT and Internet-connected world, we need to learn how to play by the rules. Nobody has taught you thus far. It's time to get started. Now.