Organisations today face increasing threats from targeted phishing attacks. To protect your business and users, you need to invest in technology to block attacks and training to help people act as a last line of defense Technology • Take advantage of artificial intelligence. Scammers are adapting email tactics to bypass gateways and spam filters, …
Over the years, Spam emails and phishing attacks have grown at a skyrocketing rate and can cost you a fortune. All of us have experienced Spam email, and we keep getting them regularly. Being able to identify spam emails and understanding their implications is quite crucial to ensure a safe working environment. Email spamming and phishing emails are …
After seeing the rise in data breaches, misuse of personal data by social media platforms, increased spyware attacks, and incidents of Zoom bombing, ensuring data privacy has become a top priority for most users.
If you are looking to keep your data private, these five recommendations are well worth the effort.
Businesses still clinging to Exchange Server 2010 need to make a change.
End of support for Exchange 2010 is fast approaching. As Microsoft’s typical lifecycle is five years of standard support followed by five years of extended support, October 13, 2020 is the deadline for support and updates to this Exchange instance.
Our passwords are the first line of defence in protecting our information from cybercriminals. Businesses are spending more on cybersecurity now than ever before, but we’re putting our data at risk with poor password habits. To help, we’ve put together 5 tips to ensure your passwords are as strong as possible.
It’s not just technology challenged employees who fall for scam emails. These days even cyber-savvy employees can get sucked in. Many find themselves scratching their heads and wondering “how did I fall for that?” But while it’s easy to see the mistake in hindsight, recognising the scam before it gets you is the real challenge.