What is Cybersecurity Insurance?

Cybersecurity insurance is a type of standalone coverage that helps organizations recover after a major data loss due to a security breach, ransomware, or another cyber incident. Much like general liability insurance, cybersecurity insurance protects you in the event of a virtual calamity. Cyber Security Coverage These cyber liability policies tend to cover any variety…

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Security in the Age of Ransomware On-Demand Webinar

Nearly 77% of small businesses think they’re safe from cyberattacks, yet more than 40% have already been victims. Where is this disconnect, and how can you protect your organization? In the new age of ransomware, security has to be a top priority for every level at your organization. Find out what you can do to…

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NotPetya Ransomware Variant Targets Human Resources

Another in a long string of recent cryptovirus attacks, a variant of the Petya ransomware known currently as “NotPetya” is striking HR departments around the globe. Currently disguised as an employee candidate email, malicious links in emails disguised as a Dropbox link to resumes and CVs are infecting computers and locking their files. Instead of…

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How to Tell If An Email Address Is Valid

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With most business transactions taking place at least in part over email, phishers have gotten very sophisticated at mimicking typical emails users receive and tricking innocent end-users into clicking on malicious links or opening corrupted files. So how do you tell if the email you just received is valid… Or a Trojan horse in disguise?…

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What is Ransomware?

Ransomware is a specific type of malware or virus that locks users out of their own data by encrypting it… And then holding the decryption key hostage in exchange for a large sum of money, usually delivered via bitcoin because of its difficulty to track online. These crypto viruses (Locky, CryptoLocker, WannaCry, etc.) spread in…

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WannaCry Ransomware: The Biggest Ransomware Outbreak in History

The newest ransomware threat sweeping the digital world, WannaCry (also known as WCry, Wana Decrypt0r, or WannaCrypt) is being hailed by security experts as “the biggest ransomware outbreak in history.” Over the weekend, WannaCry has infected organizations all over the world, such as FedEx, the United Kingdom’s National Health System hospitals, Nissan, and many more.…

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How to Choose An Internet Service Provider (ISP)

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Setting up a new office, adding a secondary Internet connection, or replacing an expensive/poor ISP is a daunting task.  The variety of services, contract types, acronyms, and other traps in the buying process can be overwhelming and leave you stuck with a bad contract. When selecting the right ISP for your organization, there are four…

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Five Easy Steps to Capture Dead Time

The average cost of unplanned downtime per minute in 2016 was nearly $9,000 per incident. Your organization doesn’t have to eat the cost of dead time. Download our free whitepaper now to learn five easy steps you can take to capture dead time. From more efficient integration to beating your inbox addiction, this paper gives you…

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