Another key component of cyber security is Web filtering (also known as Content filtering). Web filtering is similar to e-mail screening, in the sense that both technologies look to block threats before the end-user is exposed to them. So, when e-mail screening and web filtering are doing their job, you don’t have to rely on
Social engineering attacks, or the commonly used term social hacking, is a type of attack conducted by cybercriminals through data breaches and cyberattacks. The goal of cybercriminals is to destabilize the business by threatening market reputation and trust. For instance, Woolworths rejects the claim of a data breach when cybercriminals hacked their Everyday Rewards data.
With high-profile cyber-security breaches continually in the news, it’s common for small and medium-sized companies to be left wondering how exposed their business is to a ransomware attack. The unfortunate reality for many is that they are significantly ill-equipped, and could easily fall prey to an attack that would make an ATO audit feel like
Many scam attacks are attempted via e-mail, therefore it is essential to block as many of these as possible before they are delivered to staff. Whilst Microsoft and Google include e-mail scanning, their systems are generic and often easy for scammers to circumvent. We recommend implementing an external “e-mail gateway” that scans all e-mail prior
I’ve mentioned numerous times the need to be careful with warning notices (and other e-mails) with links to external sites. In general, attackers will try to either install malware on your system or steal your credentials. A typical attack doing the rounds at the moment revolves around Googles legitimate warning “Government-backed attackers may be trying