The potential and real risk of a cyber-attack is a constant headache for IT professionals and Cybersecurity specialists. Cyber criminals are continually scheming new ways to infiltrate corporate networks and frequently they succeed. In 2017, 1,579 data breaches were reported in the U.S., up 44.7 percent from 2016. The figure is not different all over the world demanding more Cybersecurity professionals and opening new opportunities in companies everywhere.
Now join Eric as he uses real-life spy stories to show how careful diligence, counter espionage techniques and top-notch training can help identify the numerous spies, hackers, hacktivists and trusted insiders that threaten every stroke of the keyboard.
When it comes to Cybersecurity there is no room to escape, every company is exposed to some level of risk. Information in this case is the key to identify attacks and act fast, so impacts on the business can be avoided. Having said that, be aware of the threats is essential to help protect the network and keep on track the main cyber threats.
When it comes to Cybersecurity, blockchain might be one of the trendiest topics in 2018, it’s everywhere and it’s usually surrounded by loads of questions. Most of people might think that is all related to cryptocurrency, but in fact is much more than that. In this article we will try to clarify what is Blockchain and the main terminology you need to know, even though isn’t part of your daily routine.
The “Cyber Security Risk Radar” report published by Integrity 360 last July shown the main cyber threats which were on the rise during the first part of this year. Most of them are well known for the IT Pros, but as usual, they are coming in different versions, more dangerous and offering more risk to the companies.
Cyber threats are on the rise all around the world, every week specialized media released new threats, some of them more damaging the others. For IT security Pros is becoming extremely difficult to catch up with the updates and keep their companies safe. The most recent survey conducted by the Data Solutions-commissioned among Irish IT decision-makers demonstrated the Irish businesses in general are vulnerable and in risk of cybersecurity attacks.
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