Failing to acknowledge a data breach that’s widely reported and confirmed is not the way to start repairing your company’s reputation or your clients’ trust after an incident.
Ransomware is a terrifying specter, but it can be ameliorated. What can’t is a failure to even tell your clients that they’re at risk for 8 months or more.
Social engineering attacks, typically in the form of password theft or phishing, can devastate a business, especially if it results in the compromise of a privileged account.
Attacks on education have been skyrocketing, and failure to update security awareness and phishing resistance to keep up opens schools to this massive threat.
Ransomware attack leaks 48,000 University Hospital New Jersey documents, containing sensitive information
Ransomware is often the unwelcome gift that comes with a phishing email. By failing to train staffers to resist phishing attacks, companies leave themselves open for ransomware infections.