With numerous substantial cyber security breaches in 2017, organizations around the world have been looking for additional safeguards to protect their data and systems. It’s become apparent to many that your password may not be good enough anymore. Predictions from industry experts indicate that a move to dual factor or even multifactor authentication is imminent.
2017 was a banner year for cyber security breaches. Equifax, WannaCry, and NotPetya, not to mention the announcement that every Yahoo account was compromised—there was something major to announce about security breaches every month (and nearly every week). The year was undeniable proof that cyber risks are real, and we need to be paying more
Cybersecurity is becoming a bigger and bigger issue these days. With the recent announcements of breaches at Yahoo and Equifax, it’s quickly becoming apparent that businesses aren’t doing enough to protect themselves from incursion. For many smaller companies though, who might not have their own cybersecurity professionals on staff, it may not be readily apparent
Businesses these days often take a laissez faire approach to their cyber security. Some host things on location and have no more InfoSec than their IT administrator. More and more these days, though, businesses are choosing hosting services in their many varieties. Many believe that because there are techies handling their digital infrastructure, that it
Like most forms of misfortune, having your business attacked by a hacker doesn’t seem like it could really happen, until it does. After a cyber attack, you may not be sure what to do next, especially if computer security isn’t your field of expertise. You may be worried what the ramifications are, how it will damage your
In today’s digital culture, being aware of potential entry points for hackers is a critical part of defending against cyber threats. After all, knowing is half the battle. With that in mind, we’ve put together this list to highlight the primary weaknesses hackers exploit to gain access to your system. After reading this list,
With almost three attacks a minute happening somewhere on the web each day, and with even the biggest companies at risk of a breach, cyber security is something every business with an online presence should be worried about. The good news is that you can protect yourself, but that requires both educating yourself, and looking
The Fibernet Technical Services Department -otherwise known as Support – serves as an umbrella of the Fibernet corporate structure. This means that the Technical Services Department is a composed of several smaller departments that cover the various sections of services, products, and responsibilities we oversee. A brief list of responsibilities for the Fibernet Technical Services