Cybersecurity planning can help you protect your organization

Cybersecurity threats are growing and the COVID-19 pandemic has created an even bigger security and privacy nightmare for business owners. Is your business prepared?

Here at Infoaxis, we always put security first. That’s why we created our Cybersecurity Planning Guide. It offers actionable tips, resources, and guidelines you need to be proactive and protect your organization from cyber threats.

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Is your SMB prepared for a Ransomware Attack?

The onset of Covid-19 forced millions of people to work from home, prompting cyber-attacks to reach an all-time high in 2020. Because of this shift, organizations across every industry are more vulnerable to data breaches than ever before, making it easier for hackers to go to work on their systems.

This article discusses some of how an attack occurs and what you can do to help prevent an attack.

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Top Cybersecurity Trends for 2021

Between a pandemic, political strife, and massive cybersecurity breaches in both the private and public sectors, 2021 is shaping up to be just as eventful as 2020. At Infoaxis we are always looking for the next trends in information technology and cybersecurity. 

This article discusses what we see as the top cybersecurity trends for 2021.

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Living off the Land – Fileless Malware

By using fileless malware, attackers have been able to circumnavigate the most common detection tools. Unlike regular malware that hides in the code of programs waiting to be used, fileless malware hides within the asset’s operating memory. This makes it much hard for anti-malware programs to detect the so-called malware ‘footprint.’

This article covers the preventative measures you need to take to thwart fileless malware attacks.

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Assess Business Risk with Our Discovery Assessment

What if a hacker got into your network and stole company secrets, data and clients’ personal information – but you had no clue this happened until much, much later? Then all of a sudden, daily operations are disrupted and revenues drop. You’re hit with hefty legal fines and your company’s reputation is in tatters. You may even be in danger of going out of business. 

Scary stuff, but you can take appropriate action now – before it’s too late.

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Lessons from the SolarWinds Breach

The extent of the SolarWinds breach isn’t fully known yet. It will be a long time until we get a full grasp of it, if we ever do, but we already know the scope is massive. It includes IT infrastructure at the highest levels of the US government, as well as large IT providers such as Microsoft. Here’s what we know now about this complex cybersecurity breach. 

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Educating Your Employees About Cybersecurity in 2021

When it comes to cybersecurity, humans are often the weakest link. These errors can take many forms – clicking on phishing links, using weak passwords, for example. The effects of these mistakes can be catastrophic. You can counteract these types of incidents by providing in-depth security awareness training to your employees.  

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Need help developing your cybersecurity plan? 

Our no-cost Discovery Assessment helps you uncover system vulnerabilities before cyber criminals do.

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Securing Your Data When Working with Contractors (or Freelancers)

When it comes to securing your company’s people and technology assets, focusing inside the office walls isn’t enough anymore. Organizations need to consider all potential vectors of attack, even those coming from outside the business. Freelancers and contractors must be considered one of these emerging vectors of attack and secured appropriately. 

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So You’ve Been Hit with a Data Breach. Now What?

Cybercriminals are still finding ways to infiltrate networks and systems and extract sensitive information from their victims. After a data breach occurs, it’s the business, not the cybercriminal, that’s left cleaning up the mess — and it’s the aftermath that’s uncharted waters for many business owners. There are steps you can take before and after you’ve been hit with a data breach to recover quickly and limit the damage.

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Don’t Get Caught Off Guard by This New Vishing Campaign

Most people have probably heard of phishing but not vishing. With vishing, scammers use the phone to “phish” for account numbers, passwords, or financial details, which scammers then use for financial gain. With more people working from home during the pandemic, your corporate VPN is at greater risk of this type of attack. 

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Think your password is secure? Think again

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) created many of the password best practices you probably loathe — using a combination of letters, numbers, and special characters. The NIST now says those guidelines were ill-advised and has changed its stance. Find out why and what this means for you

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