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More than ever, businesses must maintain a robust cybersecurity posture since the price of a cyberattack can cost millions and even permanent closure for the impacted business. Attackers have a cavalry of techniques at their disposal, but trends are exposing their preferred tactics.
Open-source software is one of the most innovative developments of the past few decades. Open-source is code that is publicly available and editable. While this sounds dangerous for security, it can actually significantly improve it by allowing anyone to fix errors. Applying the open-source methodology of collaboration to cybersecurity can greatly affect everyone’s security.
In the digital era, new risks are constantly emerging, even connecting to the Internet runs the risk of a hacker targeting your organization. Technological advances in recent years have led to businesses adopting more convenient methods of carrying out their operations, such as implementing the cloud to store sensitive data. Financial and reputational risks are also high for organizations that don’t have an appropriate cybersecurity plan. Cybersecurity has long been a necessity for businesses of all sizes to protect their systems and networks containing sensitive and valuable data. 
Email bombs are a type of Denial of Service (DoS) attack where victims encounter a flood of messages quickly filling up their inbox until it renders the victim’s mailbox useless. The bomb is typically designed to distract the user from the fact their information has been compromised and used for fraudulent activity.
In the digital age, cryptocurrency is extremely valuable, so much so that cybercriminals are using a range of techniques to trick victims into sending it to them. Millions of phishing emails are sent out every day, using methods to extort and steal cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin from victims.
Business process management (BPM) is a specialty that combines several methods to improve and optimize business processes and is key to aligning information technology and operational technology investments to business strategy. IT systems are used for data-centric computing, OT systems monitor events, processes, and devices, and make adjustments in enterprise and industrial operations.

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