September 21, 2019
A survey reveals how much an average person would pay a ransomware hacker to retrieve their stolen information. How much would you pay? You make the call and join the conversation. Read more...
An employer asks Leslie Zieren, Esq. how to manage those employees on FMLA leave when a natural disaster closes down the business. Read more...
Mobile malware is surging. Cybercriminals count on you to not use caution in keeping your mobile devices secure. Learn how to thwart them. Read more...
Lessons Learned From The Equifax Data Breach
Recent large data breaches like Equifax, Capital One, and American Medical Collection Agency illustrate the risks of storing confidential and personal information. We examine. Read More
Not All Search Engine Sites Are Safe: The Fallibility Of Blacklisting
Blacklisting helps users avoid malware-infected sites, but there are flaws. We examine. Read More
Ransomware: Still A Risk For All Organizations
Cybercriminals often spread ransomware and other malware through phishing emails. Learn why employee training should not be your only protection. Read More
Stifling Intimidation To Improve Workplace Communications
Workplace surveys find managers may be perceived as more intimidating than they may think, which hinders effective communication. Read how all managers can improve. Read More
Spear Phishing Targets Executives By Manipulating Employees: Success Levels Are High
CEOs are being specifically and successfully targeted by cybercriminals for spear phishing. Learn more about what you can do to prevent this. Read More
The Capital One Hack Exposes The Risk Of Cloud Services For Employers
A former employee of a large cloud hosting company hacks into the sensitive data of Capital One, exposing thousands to identity theft. Jack McCalmon examines the risk for every employer. Read More