Since the onset of computers and the internet evolved our lifestyle into a digital realm, so too has crime. Today, we don’t just face the threat of a pickpocket running away with our wallets. Our wallets, or more specifically our bank accounts, could be hacked even when we’re tucked in our beds at home, safe and sound.
There are numerous ways a cybercriminal can hack a system, such as through phishing, malware, or ransomware, leading to data breaches that can severely cripple a company and cost the privacy of individuals. Even human mistakes can create vulnerabilities that open the door to a host of cybercrimes such as email and internet fraud, identity fraud, cyberextortion, ransomware attacks, mining malware, financial theft using card payment data or cryptojacking, and cyberespionage to access confidential and sensitive government or company data.
As long as the internet exists, cybercrime will be here to stay. No industry or population is safe.
Digital transformation around the world was taking place at a gentle jog until the events of 2020 threw the process into warp speed.
To lighten the load of cybersecurity professionals already dealing with an e-commerce boom coupled with the sudden and rapid adoption of digital technologies and remote working, Paula Januszkiewicz reveals what attacks to look out for in 2021 and how to mitigate them in this one-off webinar.Read more
As the most unprecedented year of the 21st century draws to a close, four cybersecurity experts gathered to share their insight on the six skills every Windows security professional will be counting on in 2021.
Paula Januszkiewicz, Sami Laiho, Mike Jankowski-Lorek, and Michael Graffneter revealed the skills (and what they’ve been up to in lockdown) in a demo-packed webinar.Read more