We have already looked at some of the most common threats to your organisation in our previous article and came to the conclusion that, due to the severity – and increased commonality - of these threats in the workplace, cyber security should be at the very top of your business concerns.
The modern world of work is now accessible from anywhere - it is this fact that has made the cyber security of your organisation more important than it ever has been before. Our reliance on tech has only grown over recent times, but unfortunately our knowledge of IT and the security measures we need to take hasn’t grown simultaneously.
As we explored in our previous article, due to the rapidly increasing levels of cyber criminality being experienced by businesses of all sizes all over the globe, it is essential that you take the cyber security of your organisation seriously. We explored in detail two of the world's most common forms of cyber attack, favoured by cyber criminals for their ease and average likelihood of success - this high success rate is due to the attack needing the user to ‘authorise’ the attack.
There is no longer any doubt - cyber security must be at the very heart of your business concerns – especially bearing in mind that the levels at which cyber threats are growing and evolving are alarming to say the least. Alongside the massive rise in frequency and severity of cyber attacks around the world comes a sort of obliviousness to them.
Most of us like to think we’d never click on a suspicious link in an email. But the fact of the matter is this is one of the most common ways a business is hacked. We’re all human of course, and we make mistakes. Yet now Microsoft is trying to prevent this. Here’s an inside […]