It’s safe to assume that the average computer user is somewhat aware of the notion of cyber threats and computer security. However, there exist threat areas that are so obscure that even professionally trained security experts are just coming to grips with their true scope.
Businesses that decide to invest in a cybersecurity strategy know that it is their first line of defense against a potential cyber attack. In our previous article, we discussed why businesses should allocate cybersecurity funding to their permanent budgets. One incredibly alarming statistic showed that 60% of small to medium-sized businesses had ceased to function after becoming victims of cyber attackers.
Every day, 21st-century cybercriminals are discovering a myriad of new methods to make crime pay. Over the course of the past couple of years, ransomware has been the go-to method for online criminals looking to secure an ill-gotten windfall. Though ransomware continues to pose a significant threat
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