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Zero-trust security is a policy consisting of zero trust among users, providers, network traffic, and even those inside the network. Zero-trust policies allow you to take a network breach as a given and assume that all activity is malicious while forcing you to ask how to best protect assets and whether the network itself can be trusted.
Cyberattacks tend to occur quickly and when you least expect them, making the responsibility of responding appropriately a task for both your cybersecurity team and individual employees. All staff, ranging from the board of directors, and company executives, to managers, and team members have to be aware of their responsibilities before a cyberattack can cause severe and lasting damage to the organization.
Phishing attacks are an ongoing problem for internet users, aiming to manipulate targets with promises of riches, or other cleverly worded incentives. Phishing and spear-phishing are variant forms of an email attack that typically involve opening a malicious link or attachment. The primary difference between them is a matter of targeting.
Every day, users receive emails from companies they aren’t familiar with. It seems harmless enough, but opening a malicious email can compromise your private information.
Mimecast customers may now be considering leaving in search of a alternative email security provider. Today’s cloud email security solutions need to be easier to set up and configure, and with limited IT resources, administrators need to be able to secure their corporate email without the significant overhead that comes from complex administration and non-intuitive dashboards.
Malware is any software designed to intentionally disrupt a computer, server, client, or computer network, leak private information, gain unauthorized access to information or systems, deprive users of access to information, or which unknowingly interferes with the user's computer security and privacy. In 2022, small and medium businesses (SMBs) must be aware of threats in the digital landscape since they are more vulnerable to attacks as they are viewed as easy targets. In contrast, large corporations can have greater budgets and entire departments dedicated to their cyber security. Hackers are becoming more organized and have the luxury of choosing their targets. Because of this, SMBs have to be conscious of threats they face that continue to quickly evolve. This article will discuss the top 5 malware threats SMBs face in 2022.

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