Ransomware is a growing concern that threatens organizations of all sizes. Ransomware encrypts your computer system files, leaving them inaccessible to you and your team.
Recently, a new Phishing email option was made available to all Outlook and web Outlook users.
Cybercriminals are constantly developing more sophisticated techniques of breaking and cracking into companies’ networks and systems.
Why are ransomware attacks on the rise in Canada? What should businesses across the country be aware of?
There are no global boundaries when it comes to ransomware. The same types of ransomware that can impact healthcare facilities, meat companies, pipelines, etc. in the United States can also impact facilities and businesses in Canada.
In this post, we highlight why Canadian companies are vulnerable to cyber attacks and why 365 Technologies’ cybersecurity solutions ensure your company’s networks are protected.
The latest major ransomware attack occurred in May 2021, in the United States. It took down the largest gasoline pipeline — Colonial Pipeline, spiking fuel prices and causing nationwide panic.
Two-factor authentication, aka 2FA. It is one of the best-proven ways of reducing cybersecurity breaches by providing an additional layer of security in the form of identification, preventing hackers from gaining access to your endpoint devices or sensitive data.
The number of lost or stolen mobile devices in Canada decreased by 27% in 2015. However, the actual number of lost or stolen portable gadgets could be high as these figures only represent the reported cases.