We recently met with Nathan Collins, Director of Sales and Marketing at PAVilion, and found out that his company provides essential support services to organizations. Private Internet Access: What has your journey to your current position been and what do you love about working in cybersecurity? Nathan Collins: In the late ‘90s I was an
Ransomware Attacks Are Increasing Due To Low-Cost Tools And Vulnerable Targets, With High Chances Of Profits And Minimal Risk. Key Points: Ransomware attacks are on the rise thanks to wide availability of low-cost tools to non-programmers; ransomware is relatively low risk with high reward potential. Organizations are only as secure as their partners and suppliers.
Over the course of a weekend in 2020, organizations around the world pivoted from in-person workplaces to either fully remote or hybrid remote/in-person work models. For security teams, this raised a concerning question: How do you protect the perimeter when said perimeter no longer exists? This is where cloud-native security – a term we at
Organizations That Prioritize Cybersecurity Awareness Training See High Rates Of Employee-Reported Emails, Decreasing The Likelihood Of Email Threats Entering The Organization And Simultaneously Creating A Burden On IT Security Staff. Key Points: Employee reports of suspicious emails can be a distraction to IT and security staff, while infrequent cyber awareness training causes low employee reporting
Credential leakage on the dark web is constantly growing, which reveals a painful reality: a significant proportion of organizations still don’t protect employee data properly. A report published by Arctic Wolf highlights that the number of corporate passwords that have been leaked to the dark web has shot up by 429% since last March. Thus,
Ransomware Has Exerted Immense Pressure On The Cyber Insurance Market, And Organizations Looking For Coverage Are Paying The Price. Key Points: The rise in ransomware attacks has led more organizations to seek cyber insurance. But the crime wave is also causing some insurance companies to deny applicants, raise rates and limit coverage. Policies and payouts
by Karen Lynch Ransomware Attacks Are On The Rise, And The Types Of Ransomware Are Changing All The Time. We Break Down The Threat To Help Protect Your Business. Key Points: Ransomware has become one of the most prevalent and damaging cybersecurity threats in an economy of remote workers. Attackers have typically used ransomware to encrypt
Build secure experiences that blend cybersecurity and physical security The recent rise of hybrid workplaces, remote work and “in-office” work—has brought more complexities across cybersecurity and physical security. Dimensional Research found that 97% of employees want changes made so they feel safer at work, while 94% of companies believe technology would benefit them by providing a safer
The 2021 Cyber threat Landscape – The top cyber threats & how to mitigate them. The cyber threat landscape continues to evolve. Each year, attackers add new techniques and tactics to their arsenal, increasing their ability to evade detection and attack your systems. Join us on October 14th for this free Linkedin Live event. In
Create experiences that engage, attract, and retain the best IT talent On-site IT teams have historically been critical to any successful business. Most equipment had to be managed in person by accessing the physical device to make necessary updates. Even with the widespread adoption of remote working, many IT teams are still required to be
Every Organization Is Vulnerable To Increasingly Damaging Cyberthreats, But Best Practices Can Help Them Mitigate The Risks And Their Overall Impact. Key Points: Increased digitization has created both unsurpassed opportunity and unrivaled risk for all organizations in 2021. Smaller and newer businesses are particularly vulnerable to cyberthreats — and less prepared to prevent or respond
Creating hybrid working experiences that enhance workplace culture Your employees expect to have a choice of where to work—some may choose a workspace at home while others may choose the interactions of an office. Some may also choose both— Gartner states that by 2022, 45% of workers will be working from home a few days per week.