The cyber threat landscape has evolved rapidly since COVID-19 and a remote workforce adds to the challenges of corporate cybersecurity. Companies have many new and different security concerns, with some employees working remotely and some in-house. They have to worry about their own internal network, as well as the devices and apps their employees use

According to IBM’s annual report, the average cost of a data breach in 2022 is $4.35 million. With a price tag that high, it’s no surprise that 60 percent of companies that experience a data breach close their doors within six months after the attack. Numbers like these are eye opening, and show that it

Businesses of all sizes are ripe targets for cybercriminals. Even a single malicious attack can damage your company’s reputation, halt operations, and cause significant financial losses. The most common types of preventable cyberattacks are phishing emails, ransomware, man-in-the-middle (MitM), and denial of service (DOS) attacks. A large percentage of attacks occur due to insufficient cyber

Small and medium-sized businesses need cybersecurity just as much as large enterprises. Unfortunately, smaller companies are even more vulnerable to attacks, and cybercriminals are targeting them more often. According to Small Business Trends Magazine, 43% of cyberattacks target small to medium-sized businesses, and roughly 60% of SMBs go out of business within six months after

Cybersecurity can feel like a game of catch-up — every time a new vulnerability or attack vector is discovered, you have to find a solution or an expert to protect you from it. It’s not an illusion; recent research from Check Point and Dimensional Research confirmed that 91% of global security leaders agree or strongly