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Cyberdemic 2.0?

The 2022 Experian Data Breach Industry report covers the impact of breaches over the past year and turns an eye towards the upcoming months as well, forecasting implications for the continued barrage of cyberattacks.  The report covers trends in the digital landscape that have manifested due to natural disasters and gambling sites (leading to more phishing scams), as well as …

password security

The Latest Password Security Methods

Password authentication isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. It’s part of our culture, users and employees are accustomed to it, and many systems depend on the “what you know” layer. Newer technologies like biometrics might work in certain situations, but they won’t replace passwords altogether anytime soon. In our series on password security, we’ve talked about some worrying trends, the myths …

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Retail Me This

As the impacts of the pandemic continue to ripple outwards, hackers are tapping into credential stuffing as an easy way to victimize both companies and individuals. The branching of events is easy to track with the rapid transition to remote work, e-commerce boom, and the millions of new online accounts for everything from grocery delivery to streaming services. The rapidity …

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Top Five Digital Tips for Thriving in the New Normal

Reports, op-eds, and documentaries point out that many 2020 pandemic-prompted changes are likely here to stay. From contactless takeout food delivery to the widespread adoption of virtual meetings, the disruption of COVID caused many technological and digital shifts for organizations. According to recent information from PWC, which surveyed businesses cross-industry, CEOs plan to make their companies more digital and virtual. …

Dos and Don'ts of password security

The Updated Do’s and Don’ts of Password Security

When it comes to passwords, individual habits and organizational policies vary widely—unfortunately, the pattern is one of weakness. But organizational online security can be immediately improved by the implementation of a few key principles. Stronger passwords mean that users are keeping themselves safer online—and if users are safer online, it results in your organization staying safer as well. Updated NIST …