During this year’s tax season, hackers are taking full advantage of the large amounts of data being exchanged online by going on phishing expeditions in the hopes of stealing your data and that of your customers. In fact, 83% of businesses reported falling victim to a phishing attack in the last year, according to the Wombat 2019 State of the
Excited for the holidays to get underway? So are hackers. Online retail transactions are 10 times more likely to be fraudulent than even those of the financial services sector, according to the Threat Metrix Q1 2018 Cybercrime Report. With the busiest shopping season of the year less than a week away, cybercriminals are taking every advantage with bot-driven attacks, one
The upcoming holiday season is an increased opportunity for cyber criminals to deploy phishing attacks designed to gain information regarding your company and customers. These attacks can appear as notification emails that link to a spoofed site, emails from unknown contacts requesting follow up on a conversation or even false messages from a bank with account warnings or access alerts.
When faced with a cyber threat, the differing views of C-level executives and IT teams can create a divide within a company that may place it at a disadvantage. IT departments are tasked with maintaining and securing business technology, both of which increase business expenses. C-level executives have the responsibility to reduce overall business risk, as well as cost. Aligning
$7.35 million is the average total cost of a cyber attack in the United States. Is your business effectively mitigating its risk? As budgeting for next year begins, placing cybersecurity as a priority within the process is vital to the growth and success of your company. One of the biggest challenges to budgeting for security is getting C-level executives and
Protelligent® is on top of data breaches happening around us every day. Equifax announced last week that an estimated 143 million people have been affected by a data breach caused by a website-application vulnerability. Meanwhile, the recent devastation in Texas and Florida caused by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma has created prime opportunities for hackers to prey upon people wishing to