A reminder for shared service centers and shoring operations to re-examine IT security posture. European business leadership, especially CISOs, CTOs, and chief data officers (CDOs), are adjusting to the fact that the war in Ukraine is a war in Europe and has global implications. Sanctions, military aid, and even incoming refugees are all signals that operators of … More Do back offices mean backdoors?
Here are some of the most common ways hackers can get hold of other people’s credit card data – and how you can keep yours safe. The cybercrime underground is a well-oiled machine worth trillions of dollars annually. On dark web sites hidden from law enforcers and most consumers, cybercriminals buy and sell huge quantities of stolen data … More 5 ways cybercriminals steal credit card details
(Almost) everything you always wanted to know about virtual private networks, but were afraid to ask. Enjoying life in the digital world comes at a cost: our privacy. Every website we visit, where we are, how much we spend, and what cards we’re paying with – this is just some of the information about you … More Virtual private networks: 5 common questions about VPNs answered
Small and medium businesses are increasingly adopting more mobile solutions in response to the hybrid model of work and online tools that employees use daily. But to keep companies’ data secure, more needs to be done to protect smartphones and laptops from opening the way for cyberattacks. With mobile device management (MDM), IT experts can … More 5 Benefits of Mobile Device Management
Educating employees about how to spot phishing attacks can strike a much-needed blow for network defenders. Security by design has long been something of a holy grail for cybersecurity professionals. It’s a simple concept: ensure products are designed to be as secure as possible in order to minimize the chances of compromise further down the line. … More Phishing awareness training: Help your employees avoid the hook