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Advanced Persistent Threats – What Are They?

Advanced Persistent Threats – What Are They?

There are different levels of threat concerning cybersecurity. Sophisticated, prolonged attacks (usually carried out by a nation-state, organized criminal element, rival corporations with the intent of spying on your business, or terrorists) are referred to as...
Malware, Ransomware, Virus… What’s the Difference?

Malware, Ransomware, Virus… What’s the Difference?

Like it or not, cyberspace is full of cybercrime. Hackers keep finding novel ways to take advantage of security flaws and breach organizations. Common weapons these cyber actors use include malware and viruses, and a widely-used technique for network infiltration is...
Threats are Evolving, Your Cybersecurity Should Too

Threats are Evolving, Your Cybersecurity Should Too

With today’s rapid technological advances, cybercriminals’ tactics are growing more sophisticated and the threats are rising in complexity. Cyber agents are breaching firewalls and committing espionage with an increasing ability to avoid detection. It seems that each...