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Protect Your Data With Super Easy File Security Tricks!

By: Andy Green Data security is an all-encompassing term. It covers processes and technologies for protecting files, databases, applications, user accounts, servers, network logins, and the network itself. But if you drill down a little in your thinking, it’s easy ... »

The Difference between a Computer Virus and Computer Worm

Computer Viruses and worms are often used interchangeably: there are a few key differences in how they work. Both viruses and worms are a type of malware: a worm is a type of virus. What is a Computer Virus? Computer viruses are named after ... »

Is Your Biggest Security Threat Already Inside Your Organization?

The person in the cubicle next to you could be your company’s biggest security threat. The large-scale attacks we’re accustomed to seeing in the news — Yahoo, Equifax, WannaCry ransomware — are massive data breaches caused by cyber criminals, state-sponsored ... »

Brute Force: Anatomy of a Cyber Attack, Varonis

The media coverage of NotPetya has hidden what might have been a more significant cyber attack: a brute force attack on the UK Parliament. While for many it was simply fertile ground for Twitter Brexit jokes, a cyber attack like this that ... »

Insider Threats, What and Why You Should Be Concerned

Did you know, that insider threats have been behind the sharp increases over the past 18 months in the percentage of organizations that have experienced loss or theft of company data? According to the Ponemon Institute, three out of every ... »