Cybersecurity Insider Threats: The People You Thought You Could Trust

Cybersecurity Insider Threats: The People You Thought You Could Trust

When you think of insider cybersecurity attacks, you might immediately envision an angry former employee or one that is disgruntled and getting ready to leave. While these are situations that do occur, there is another element that is just as important for your focus, and these are referred to as “accidental/unintentional threats.”  Both forms of cyber threat need to be taken seriously, and both types also involve a psychological aspect.
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Trapping and Convicting a South African Pirate TV Box Seller

Television piracy has increased over the last number of years to the point where many consumers are so accustomed to it that they are unaware of the fact that it is not only theft, but one that is being cracked down on with severe consequences. The cost of entertainment and media piracy is in the millions and there are now organizations as well as high level authorities that have been
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System Penetration Testing: Why It’s Important and How it Can Keep You Secure

As cyberattacks around the globe have increased and cybercriminals add new and innovative methods to breach networks, businesses are now incorporating penetration testing as a way to catch the loopholes before the criminals do. Circumventing these criminals is an ongoing process, as each time you plug one hole, they develop the next generation of Trojans and security breach software. Doing a risk analysis via system penetration should be part of
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Ways to Improve Your Small Business Security

This is the fourth segment of a four part series devoted to helping small businesses understand cybersecurity and some of the steps that they can take to protect themselves. Small businesses are more susceptible to cybercrime simply due to the nature of the beast. Owners are embedded in the operations and success of the business and typically don’t have the additional staff to monitor and control potential breaches. It is
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Statistics On Small Business Cybersecurity: You Are At Risk

This is the third segment of a four part series devoted to helping small businesses understand cybersecurity and some of the steps that they can take to protect themselves. Small businesses are more susceptible to cybercrime simply due to the nature of the beast. Owners are embedded in the operations and success of the business and typically don’t have the additional staff to monitor and control potential breaches. It is