Financial Services

We assume that if a website has a security certificate—indicated by an address that begins with “https” and (typically) that little padlock icon next to it—then the website is safe. It isn’t potentially malicious or trying to install malware or steal personal information. Until recently, if a site didn’t have a security certificate it was a red flag. But now hackers are using that very security certificate to trick users into thinking a malicious website is safe—and they’re specifically targeting the finance industry.

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Cyber Security

They’re a basic foundation of security, yet somehow constantly dismissed.

Passwords are one of the most important components of a strong cybersecurity strategy—but employees overwhelmingly have bad password habits – despite all attempts to ensure best practices across the organization. People pick simple, easy-to-guess phrases like “password” or “12345” or regularly reuse the same password for multiple logins.

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Takeaway: Email and SMS are the most common ways for businesses to communicate. However, they're also the most easily hacked. Organizations need a more secure solution.Digital communications are essential to everyday business operations, but unfortunately, the most commonly used mediums – email and SMS text – are notoriously insecure. Seemingly, every week we read headlines on how these digital correspondence methods are compromised by hackers, nation-states, insider threats and human error.Although awareness of email and SMS vulnerabilities continues to rise, risks remain prevalent among businesses of all sizes. From advancedSEE DETAILS
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