New cyber-threats are emerging every day as threat actors and cyber-criminals are busy finding more ways to exploit fear and vulnerability during these uncertain times. It is imperative to stay up to date and educate yourself and your staff on all the latest cybersecurity threats.
Nowadays, there is so much of our personal information available online. Your digital identity is an online record of your personal information, and it grows every time you access social media or sign up for an email subscription.
Online fraud is increasing and only gets worse during tax season. With all your most personal information available in a single place, it’s no wonder that tax season is a cyber criminal’s favorite time of year.
The novel coronavirus has forever changed how and where we work. As many organizations adopt new solutions and collaboration tools (e.g., Microsoft Teams, Slack or Zoom) to accommodate employees and customers during this critical period, such fast-paced digital transformation has also exposed several shortcomings associated with our remote workforce’s home networks and routers.
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