Prioritize Phishing Protection in your 2019 Security Strategy: Part 5 – Multi-Factor Authentication

Passwords. Ten years ago passwords were a great way to protect people and information, but technology isn’t the same as it was ten years ago. Although passwords and other encryption methods continue to become more complex, so do the skills and technology of cyber-criminals. Veridium said it best in an article about passwords and multi-factor … More Prioritize Phishing Protection in your 2019 Security Strategy: Part 5 – Multi-Factor Authentication

Prioritize Phishing Protection in your 2019 Security Strategy: Part 4 – Security Awareness Training

While each of the topics we’ve covered so far in our Phishing Protection Series is important, security awareness training for your end users might just be the most important topic so far. After all, you are only as strong as your weakest link. The Infosec Institute has a great list of the top ten benefits … More Prioritize Phishing Protection in your 2019 Security Strategy: Part 4 – Security Awareness Training

Cyber {Crime} Monday: 5 Security Tips to Keep You Safe

Cyber Monday is like Christmas Day for cyber criminals. As of early this morning, your inbox has probably already been flooded with marketing emails offering “great deals for today only”. In fact, those emails have a higher chance of actually being opened/read than any other day of the year. We can’t miss out on those … More Cyber {Crime} Monday: 5 Security Tips to Keep You Safe

[BECA ALERT] Netflix Email Scam Targets Millions

A scam was detected yesterday that has targeted nearly 110 million Netflix subscribers. The scam targets subscribers and tells them that their account is about to be cancelled. The email has the subject line “Your suspension notification” and includes a link where the subscriber is taken to a fake Netflix page which requires their log-in information … More [BECA ALERT] Netflix Email Scam Targets Millions

[ALERT] New Worldwide Ransomware Attacks

Thousands of Infection Attempts “A quickly-spreading, world-wide ransomware outbreak has reportedly hit targets in Spain, France, Ukraine, Russia, and other countries. On Tuesday, a wide range of private businesses reportedly suffered ransomware attacks. Although it is not clear if every case is connected, at least several of them appear to be related to the same … More [ALERT] New Worldwide Ransomware Attacks

BECA ALERT: WannaCry Ransomware Attack

They are calling it the “biggest ransomware outbreak in history”. According to our friends over at KnowBe4, “this is a cyber pandemic caused by a ransomware weapon of mass destruction”. In case you haven’t heard of it yet, it’s the WannaCry Malware attack that has crippled over 200,000 computers worldwide since Friday. Want to hear … More BECA ALERT: WannaCry Ransomware Attack

Enterprise Email Best Practices to Avoid Malware Distribution

No matter how big or how small, malware is something that no company wants to deal with. One of the most common ways that cyber-criminals are distributing malware is through email. Whether it is a link or an attachment, all it takes is one-click to take your company down. We are sharing our top email security … More Enterprise Email Best Practices to Avoid Malware Distribution