The Benefits of Network Detection and Response (NDR)

The Benefits of Network Detection and Response (NDR)

Neglecting to secure your business’s network is a serious mistake. Research shows that nearly half of all small businesses operating in the United States have been the target of a cyber attack. Weak or nonexistent network security will make your business an easy...
Personal vs Network Firewalls: What’s the Difference?

Personal vs Network Firewalls: What’s the Difference?

A firewall is an invaluable cybersecurity tool. Typically consisting of software or firmware, it’s designed to filter traffic. Firewalls operate using a set of rules. Only traffic that meets the criteria of these rules will be allowed to pass. Firewalls will...
The End of Passwords? 6 Alternative Forms of Verification

The End of Passwords? 6 Alternative Forms of Verification

It’s frustrating when you try to log in to an account, only to discover that you’ve forgotten your password. A recent NordPass study found that the average person has over 100 passwords. With so many passwords, it’s nearly impossible to remember them...
How to Avoid Falling for a Phishing Email

How to Avoid Falling for a Phishing Email

You shouldn’t assume that all of the emails in your inbox are legitimate. Statistics show that the average person receives over 100 emails per year. Hackers, unfortunately, use emails to trick recipients into revealing sensitive information. Known as phishing...
Understanding Password Entropy and Why It’s Important

Understanding Password Entropy and Why It’s Important

Password entropy is an important concept in the realm of cybersecurity. Networks and computer systems, of course, are often protected with a password. If a hacker identifies your password, he or she may be able to access the respective network or computer system. A...
What Is a Search Routine of Computer Viruses?

What Is a Search Routine of Computer Viruses?

Computer viruses work in different ways. By definition, any malware that’s able to replicate its malicious code is considered a computer virus. Computer viruses essentially make copies of themselves so that they can spread while causing mayhem on infected drives...