Staying ahead of all the threats.


How machine learning helps IT admins (and hackers, too)

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are two of the most discussed topics in IT. When it comes to digital security, some hope they will one day provide the ultimate protection against malware, while others fear their promise might give way to more sophisticated cyberattacks. Both perspectives are correct.

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Ransomware: The need to protect the weakest link, your supply chain

So far in our ransomware series, we have looked at the basics of ransomware, Remote Desktop Protocol and email compromises. In this blog, we take a look at how businesses can be attacked through their supply chains.

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Ransomware: How to provide a valuable layer of protection to email

As we discussed in our blog exploring Remote Desktop Protocol, ransomware is on the rise, and has been exacerbated by the current work-from-home trend. While the bad guys use many attack vectors to attempt to infiltrate your systems and plant ransomware, the most popular – by far – remains email.

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Ransomware: What SMBs should know

Ransomware is one of the biggest threats to businesses today, and with new attacks hitting the news on a daily basis, the risk can seem overwhelming. But what actually is ransomware, and how can businesses protect themselves? In this series, we will take an in-depth look at ransomware, highlighting specific methods of attack such as email compromise, vulnerabilities and the Remote Desktop Protocol, delving into supply chain attacks, and giving advice on how businesses can mitigate the risk .

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Better to protect than rebrand: Why web security matters.

Websites are sometimes referred to as the “shop windows” of the digital era for a good reason. They have the power to positively influence the way customers view your company or product, help create the perfect first impression, or build trust in your service. Or, they can do quite the opposite, especially when poorly secured. Have you ever considered that your website might be a business risk?

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Is your company website an easy target for hackers?

Your company’s website is like the store window of a brick-and-mortar shop. Its design is crucial for your customers and partners, and you need to keep it safe. Yet globally, around 30,000 websites are hacked daily. Here's a guide to common types of attacks.

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How to Find the Right Backup and Recovery Software

The more data your company stores and depends on, the greater the need to back it up.

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Choosing an MSP: How to make a well-informed decision

For every size and type of company, there is a managed service provider (MSP) that can take care of its cybersecurity. “Whether you’re an NGO, a car dealership, or a gaming studio, an MSP can help you focus on your core competencies, while they take care of the day-to-day agenda, like monitoring firewalls and security logs,” explains Charles Weaver, co-founder and CEO of the MSPAlliance, which unites more than 30,000 MSPs worldwide. Who better to take advice from if you want to take the security of your business seriously? Here are some of his tips.