Covid-19 and remote work is leading to an unprecedented increase in cyber-attacks. A new study from VMWare shows that most businesses have seen an uptick in cyber-attacks since the pandemic took over the world. Remote work brings additional cybersecurity challenges as employees log on through their home networks or with personal devices that might not be as secure as office environments. Cybercriminals tend to be one step ahead and are also targeting the cloud, which most organizations are relying on to help facilitate remote work during the pandemic.
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.
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.
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Cyber-attacks are not something new in the IT industry, but despite their best efforts, companies still suffering attacks and being taken by surprise when it comes to cybersecurity. According to the 2017 Ponemon Cost of Data Breach study, the global average cost of a data breach was $3.62 million last year. Despite all the new and innovative tools and technologies Data Breaches are still occuring.
CompTIA have just released their latest Security+ exam and we have put on a special traditional instructor led course in our Dublin office in the week of the 18th – 22nd of June.
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