Traveling (particularly abroad) poses some significant cybersecurity threats. Business travelers are particularly susceptible because they often carry sensitive data on a variety of devices. Being proactive and vigilant are the keys to keeping your devices, and data, safe.
FYI: Many companies are reporting fraudulent unemployment claims again. Read below for more details. In the meantime, it is still important to review your internal protocols for handling and securing PHI. This information should never be stored unencrypted or unprotected.
To start, maybe you are wondering… what actually is the “cloud”? Basically, “the cloud” is just a creative name for a tangible network of connected computers (thousands of servers typically stored in a colossal warehouse, or several hundred colossal warehouses) that provide data or services to other computers.
Working from home isn’t new anymore and most who are doing it, even on a part-time basis, are considered seasoned veterans by now. But being seasoned doesn’t mean you are any less of a target for cybercriminals. With millions of people handling much of their work and school responsibilities remotely, cybersecurity threats are showing a clear spike in phishing and other cybercrime activity.
TikTok is a free social media app that lets you watch, create, and share videos with millions of users around the world. It is mainly used by 16-to-24-year-olds for sharing silly videos, and its inclusion in any conversation about national security may seem bizarre to some.
Within the last few weeks, sources are reporting that Honda, Garmin, and now Canon have been hit and taken down by Ransomware attacks. This increasing threat is crippling organizations of every size every day, and it’s only getting worse. “Cybercrime is the greatest threat to every company in the world.