Credential-stuffing

Credential Stuffing Phishing

In a few surveys, it was estimated that nearing 81% of users reuse the same login and 25% use the same password across multiple accounts. Given that there are many cybercriminals that are successfully breaching various systems, all they have to have is stolen credentials that consist of usernames, emails and the corresponding passwords. Credential stuffing is a cyberattack that makes use of this information by automating logins to anywhere
Small Business Cybersecurity Toolkit- Part 2 of 2

Small Business Cybersecurity Toolkit- Part 2 of 2

Cybersecurity is one of the top considerations and should be considered part of the cost of doing business. Small companies are often left out with little or no information, abilities, or resources to protect their investments. Implementing best cybersecurity practices can be a challenge for most small companies, however, organizing system-wide actions can save time, money, and a company’s reputation against cyberattacks. Creating a cyber readiness culture means that everyone
Small Business Cybersecurity Toolkit- Part 1 of 2

Small Business Cybersecurity Toolkit- Part 1 of 2

Cybersecurity is one of the top considerations and should be considered part of the cost of doing business. Small companies are often left out with little or no information, abilities, or resources to protect their investments. Implementing best cybersecurity practices can be a challenge for most small companies, however, organising system-wide actions can save time, money, and a company’s reputation against cyberattacks. Creating a cyber readiness culture means that everyone
Creating a Good COVID-19 Security Plan

Creating a Good COVID-19 Security Plan

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit just about every country and cybercriminals have taken full advantage of its crippling effects. The sheer volume of increased cyberattacks has exposed the vulnerability of individuals, businesses, and governments. Scam e-mails from what appear to be valid sources such as the World Health Organization or government health websites have opened up a dam of viruses and malware in a time when people should be focusing
Coronavirus Ups the Ante for Cyberattacks

Coronavirus Ups the Ante for Cyberattacks

The increased number of people that are now working from their homes has created a rich environment for hackers. While security in the office may have been stepped up, that is not always the case from home. COVID-19 attacks are covering the gamut, from ransomware to malicious spying and even some of the most diligent staffers are falling prey. Wired.com stated: “Overall daily internet usage has increased around the world