The Beginner’s Guide to Differential Backups

The Beginner’s Guide to Differential Backups

How often do you back up your business’s data? Research shows that over nine in 10 businesses that experience a catastrophic data loss event don’t recover from it. Rather, they are forced to shut down. While there are different ways to back up your...
What Is a Fork Bomb Attack?

What Is a Fork Bomb Attack?

Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks continue to rank as one of the most common cyber threats facing businesses. If your business is connected to the internet — which most businesses are — it’s susceptible to a DDoS attack. It’s a form...
5 Alternatives to Antivirus Software

5 Alternatives to Antivirus Software

When most people think of cybersecurity tools to identify and neutralize malware, antivirus software is at the top of their list. Antivirus software has been around for decades. And during that time, it’s helped countless consumers and business owners protect...
What Is Arbitrary Code Execution in Cybersecurity?

What Is Arbitrary Code Execution in Cybersecurity?

Cyber attacks often involve malicious code. If an attacker gains access to your business’s network, he or she may execute malicious code on it. The malicious code may wipe some of your business’s data, take your business’s network offline or result...
5 Facts About Bootkit Malware

5 Facts About Bootkit Malware

Malware comes in many different types. When most people think of malware, they envision computer viruses and worms. But there are other types of malware that can infect your devices, including bootkit malware. Bootkit malware is particularly harmful. While it...
The Ins and Outs of Data Masking in Cybersecurity

The Ins and Outs of Data Masking in Cybersecurity

As a business owner, it’s your responsibility to protect your business’s sensitive data from unauthorized access. Statistics show that the average data breach costs U.S. businesses approximately $8.6 million. Some businesses, of course, spend even more...