Increase Your Team’s Phishing Identification Skills Using SLAM It’s scary to think that if an employee clicks just one malicious email link, your whole business could be jeopardised. Unfortunately, this is precisely what happens in a phishing attack – a type of scam that is causing havoc for businesses across Australia.
6 Disturbing Trends for Phishing Attacks You Need to Know About One of the constants in the cybersecurity world is the need to keep up with phishing trends. Phishing is the number one attack method for everything from credential theft to ransomware attacks. It’s also an attack type that keeps
4 Reasons You Should Not Sign Into Other Accounts With Your Facebook or Google ID People are now up to an average of 100 passwords that they need to keep track of between work and personal accounts. This just increases the risk of people using one password for multiple accounts
What Is the “Essential Eight” and Why Is Its Adoption Critical to Minimise Cybersecurity Threats? It’s easy for small and mid-sized businesses to get lost in a sea of cybersecurity options. They not only need to provide multiple IT security protections for network, data, and devices, they also must apply
6 Valuable IT Policies to Have That Protect Your Business IT Infrastructure Whether you have a large company or a small business in Sydney, there are certain guardrails you need to have in place to keep your technology secure and operating smoothly.
Is Shadow IT Causing Your Cloud Costs to Get Out of Hand? (How to Fix It!) Did you know that it’s estimated that unknown app usage in companies is about 10x that of known applications? Shadow IT, which is the use of unauthorised applications by employees for their work, has
Best Practices for Deploying Multi-Factor Authentication at Your Company Cloud security has jumped to the head of the line when it comes to cybersecurity worries for businesses. With most files and processes now being cloud-based, protecting accounts from being hijacked is vital to business security and wellbeing.
6 Things You Should Never Do on Your Work Computer Even before the pandemic, people would use their work computers for personal files or online activities. But it was easier to keep the separation between work and personal when you left your business PC sitting on your desk in the
What Is Ransomware as a Service (RaaS) and Why Is it Fueling Nearly 2/3 of Attacks? Ransomware is one of the most devastating forms of malware because it commonly stops all business operations, shutting companies down until they either pay the ransom or regain access to their data through removal
5 Ways to Prevent Cloud Jacking of Your Online Accounts Over the last 15 years, there’s been a major data and business process migration from computers and on-premises equipment to cloud environments. Companies are now using collaboration tools like Microsoft 365 and QuickBooks Online to make it easier to access