What Is Clone Phishing and How Do You Prevent It?

What Is Clone Phishing and How Do You Prevent It?

Phishing continues to rank as one of the most common types of cyber threats facing businesses today. Research conducted by Proofpoint found that 74% of U.S. businesses have been the victim of phishing. Some phishing attacks target large businesses, but many of them...
Host-Based vs Network-Based Intrusion Detection System (IDS)

Host-Based vs Network-Based Intrusion Detection System (IDS)

An intrusion detection system (IDS) can protect your business from a wide range of cyber threats. As the name suggests, it’s designed to monitor traffic for suspicious or malicious activity that could indicate an intrusion. There are different types of IDSs,...
Lateral Network Movement: What You Need to Know

Lateral Network Movement: What You Need to Know

Are you familiar with lateral network movement? It’s a fundamental component of many cyber attacks. If your business’s network is breached, the hacker may rely on lateral network movement to identify and steal your business’s sensitive data. Maybe...
How to Protect Your Business From Island Hopping

How to Protect Your Business From Island Hopping

Cyber attacks don’t always come from within. They can originate from an external source, such as a vendor or partner. Most businesses, of course, work with vendors or partners. If your business falls under this category, it may susceptible to island hopping....
ARP Spoofing: Everything You Need to Know

ARP Spoofing: Everything You Need to Know

Local area networks (LANs) are often the target of cyber attacks. If your business has a LAN, a hacker may attempt to breach or disrupt it. A LAN is simply a collection of interconnected devices in close proximity to each other. Wireless networks, for instance, are...
What Is Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)?

What Is Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)?

Statistics show that four in five U.S. businesses have been the victim of a cyber attack. While some cyber attacks target large businesses, many of them selectively target small businesses. Small businesses are perceived as low-hanging fruit to hackers. When compared...