Data breaches occur when a cyber attacker illegally accesses confidential information. Investing in cybersecurity awareness training and a detection response solution is the best prevention against a data breach.
It seems like every week that the team at CYDEF posts about the increasing frequency and severity of cyber-attacks. That’s because these intrusions have become a daily occurrence, and something we have come to expect.
More people are now working remotely than at any other point in history. But, if remote workers aren’t following security best practices, the whole organization is at risk. 47% of Canadians work 2.5 days per week or more.
LinkedIn presents an endless list of concerns and complaints about the ongoing evolution of cybersecurity acronyms. But, to be honest, new acronyms do little to highlight a solution’s function. Take XDR, its function is as clear as mud.
You may have read recently about Apache’s Log4j vulnerability impacting vendors such as Microsoft, Cisco, IBM, Amazon Web Services, VMware, ConnectWise, Fortinet, and even the US and Canadian governments.
Recently, a large organization with many locations decided to take us up on our free 30-day trial to see if we would find anything their current cybersecurity stack missed.