In the cybersecurity world, October is better known as Cybersecurity Awareness Month! For this week’s Micro Training, we’ll kick off the season with strong passwords, password managers, and multi-factor authentication, all to better keep you cyber aware and password prepared.
What makes social media such an attractive target for cybercriminals anyway? With our social media feeds feeling like “familiar surroundings,” we are more easily lulled into an “error-prone mindset” that scammers love to leverage in order to capture our PII, our money and whatever else isn’t nailed down.
This year’s cyber resolution: don’t fall for fake friends. Scammers may be ringing in the New Year by connecting with you via social media and pretending to be someone you know. In this week’s Micro Training, learn how scammers try to gain your trust, and personal information, by impersonating people you know on social media.
The evolution of technology used for cybercrime is fascinating, but scary at the same time! Deepfakes are the latest trend and can be used to craft a realistic scam when used maliciously. In this week’s security tip video, learn about deepfakes, the threats they pose, and how to spot one. Posted by Kenneth Yellen, Operations …
Using bogus surveys or social media posts, cybercriminals are crafting scams to target a new audience as more COVID-19 vaccines are being administered. In this week’s security tip video, learn the new trends in vaccine scams and why you should avoid posting pictures of your vaccination card. Posted by Kenneth Yellen, Operations Manager
Twitter is one of the most popular social media platforms for businesses because it enables them to focus on public conversation and exposure. Businesses use Twitter to engage their customers and update them on various business activities and news. Follow these tips on how to make the most out of Twitter for your business. Build …