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How cyber insurance can protect you - Making Sense of Security

How Cyber Insurance Can Protect You

Importance of cyber insurance As more and more businesses move online, the risk of cyberattacks increases. A cyberattack can result in the loss of sensitive data, downtime, and reputation damage. Cyber insurance can help protect your business from the financial consequences of a cyberattack. Cyber insurance can help cover the cost of investigating and repairing the damage caused by a cyberattack. It can also help cover the cost of any legal action taken against...

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5 ways businesses can avoid phishing scams online

5 Ways Businesses Can Avoid Phishing Scams Online The concept of phishing is gaining immense popularity during the Covid-19 pandemic. People, by and large, are becoming victims of such fraudulent activities. Therefore, we have come up with 5 ways businesses can avoid getting trapped with emails that are meant to deteriorate their online identity. Based on recent Phishing records, almost 90 percent of companies have encountered spear phishing attacks. So, by now, you must...

Android phone ransomware

How To Remove Ransomware From Android Phone Easily?

How To Easily Remove Ransomware From Android Phone? For many people, ransomware is a hack attack on computer devices, not mobile phones. This is far from the truth. Not only can malware be present on Android devices but also ransomware. Thus everyone needs to know how to remove ransomware from Android phones. Android is the most popular mobile operating system. Android phones are used by a large number of people across the world. This...

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Facebook will not notify more than 530m users exposed in 2019 breach

Company spokesperson said Facebook was not confident it had full visibility on which users would need to be alerted Facebook has not notified the more-than 530m users whose details were exposed on a hacker forum in 2019 and has no plans to do so, according to company representatives. Business Insider reported last week that phone numbers and other details from Facebook user profiles were available in a public database. The social media company acknowledged...

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5 Great Tips To Learn How To Protect From Ransomware

5 Great Tips To Learn How To Protect From Ransomware Every business owner and worker needs to learn how to protect from ransomware attacks. Ransomware is malicious software used by hackers to access and encrypt computers and computer networks. As the owner of the device or computer network, the encryption locks you out until you pay the demanded ransom. Only after you have paid are you allowed access to your device or network. Ransomware gets...

LinkedIn data breach of 500m accounts

Data scraped from 500 million LinkedIn users found for sale online

IDs, names, email addresses and more personal details are part of the massive database of stolen data, which could be used to launch additional attacks on LinkedIn and its users. A massive trove of LinkedIn account data has been found for sale online, containing 500 million user records including email addresses, phone numbers, links to other social media profiles and professional details. An archive containing data purportedly scraped from 500 million LinkedIn profiles has...

Android phone ransomware

Attention Android Users: This Free VPN App Leaked the Data of 21 Million Users

Attention Android Users: This Free VPN App Leaked the Data of 21 Million Users To live our digital lives to the fullest, we rely on a variety of technologies to support our online activities. And while some apps and devices are meant to make certain tasks more convenient or provide us with greater security, others simply offer a false sense of security and could potentially lead to online misfortune. One such platform is SuperVPN. While users...

88% Of Data Breaches Are Caused By Human Error

88% Of Data Breaches Are Caused By Human Error

A brand new report confirms what we have been saying for many years now. About 9 out 10 data breaches are caused by your users. Researchers from Stanford University and a top cybersecurity organization found that approximately 88 percent of all data breaches are caused by an employee mistake. Human error is still very much the driving force behind an overwhelming majority of cybersecurity problems. The study was done by  Stanford University Professor Jeff Hancock...

Phishing Emails Are After Credentials

Most Phishing Emails Are After Credentials

Most Phishing Emails Are After Credentials 57% of phishing emails in 2020 were designed for stealing credentials, according to Cofense’s most recent Annual State of Phishing Report. Meanwhile, just 12% of phishing attacks last year were used for delivering malware. Cofense believes this is because credential phishing emails are better at bypassing email security filters than emails with malicious attachments or download links. Likewise, conversational phishing attacks, like business email compromise (BEC), have grown more...

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Let’s Commit To Protect Our Privacy This Year

  Let’s Commit To Protect Our Privacy This Year How our new identity & privacy app can help By this point in the year you may have already broken some of your New Year’s resolutions, but here’s one to commit to keep: better protecting your online privacy. After all, we are likely to continue to spend more time online in 2021, whether it be for working, learning, or shopping. This makes taking some preventative steps to shield our identity information more important than...

New Dutch Data Breach Report Warns of Explosive Increase in Cyber Attacks and Stolen Personal Data

New Dutch Data Breach Report Warns of Explosive Increase in Cyber Attacks and Stolen Personal Data

New Dutch Data Breach Report Warns of Explosive Increase in Cyber Attacks and Stolen Personal Data The Dutch Data Protection Authority (AP) recently measured the number of reports of data theft in 2020 and the number of attacks skyrocketed. The report documented that it increased no less than 30% in 2020 compared to the year prior. Types of attacks that have been reported are centered around phishing or malware. It’s very concerning that cybercriminals...

how to keep consumer data safe

How to Keep Consumer Data Safe

Every day on popular eCommerce sites, millions upon millions of people are entering valuable information. Their names, credit card information, addresses, and more all being uploaded in rapid quantities. All this sensitive info, especially in regards to payment profiles, has since become the target for malicious cyber attacks and hacking schemes. For businesses implementing their online payment systems, how can they ensure that consumer data is kept safe?....

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