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Why Traditional Security Solutions Aren’t Stopping Ransomware
Almost 40% of organizations that have existing security prevention and backup tools were still hit by ransomware attacks in the last year. Traditional cybersecurity products are no longer enough to protect organizations against viruses and hacking attempts as today’s cyber threats are more prevalent, more sophisticated, and more destructive, requiring more robust security defenses.
Fraudulent Invoice Attacks Continue To Evade Detection in Microsoft 365
For the past several years, emails with fake invoices have been a popular method of attack against Microsoft 365 users. Malicious emails are disguised and typically sent to employees who are responsible for handling a bill for a service.
Understanding Ransomware as a Service: How it Works and Why it's Dangerous
Ransomware has evolved significantly since its first discovery in the late 1980s. Since the first ransomware incident was discovered in 1989, when the AIDS Trojan was spread via floppy disks, ransomware has become a profitable business model for cybercriminals, with the emergence of RaaS. RaaS allows cybercriminals to create and distribute ransomware to other criminals in exchange for a percentage of the profits.
The Anatomy of a Spear Phishing Attack: How Hackers Fool Their Targets
Spear phishing attacks are a type of targeted phishing attack in which cybercriminals send fraudulent emails to specific individuals or groups to obtain sensitive information or to gain access to computer systems or valuable information and money.
Impact of An Attack: Combating A Data Breach
A data breach occurs when an attacker makes an unauthorized entry point into a corporation’s database, allowing them access to customer data. The impact of this attack can have lasting and severe consequences, so it is critical that your organization is prepared and has the proper tools at the ready. This article will discuss the consequences of a data breach on small businesses, the challenges of preventing and stopping an attack, as well as what you should do in the event you’re targeted.
How Data Breaches Happen and What You Can Do About It
Data breaches occur when an unauthorized person or entity gains access to sensitive or confidential information. This can include personal information such as names, addresses, Social Security numbers, credit card numbers, and health records. Data breaches can happen in a variety of ways, including hacking, phishing attacks, malware, and insider threats such as employee theft or accidental disclosure.

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