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What Is Malvertising?

Oxford Dictionary defines malvertising as ‘the practice of incorporating malware in online advertisements.’  Short for malicious software, or malware advertising, this is the practice of attacking viewers or consumers with fraudulent information that is inserted into sometimes (but not always) legitimate advertisements. How Does It Work Malvertising works in conjunction with the online advertising ecosystem by initiating […]

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3 Shifting Priorities for Modern CIOs

Remote work and the acceleration of digital transformation led to a holistic expansion of the CIO role. CIOs’ responsibilities are continuously evolving in tandem with the technology landscape and there are new priorities compared to how their roles were defined in the past. Historically, this C-suite role has been tasked with supporting IT solutions. CIOs […]

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Security Priorities for 2022: What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know

Despite daily headlines of cyberattacks, nine out of 10 IT and security leaders believe their organizations are still falling short in addressing cyber risks, according to Foundry’s 2021 Security Priorities Study. But there is hopeful news. The study found that among the small and midsize businesses (SMBs) increasing their security budgets, they are aiming to […]

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Five Tips to Reduce Your Cybersecurity Risk

Despite concerted efforts by governments and law enforcement around the world, cyber threats are still very real. We’ve experienced another record-breaking year, both for the number of cyberattacks and record highs in ransomware payments. Companies of all sizes continued to deal with juggling a hybrid workforce, continuing security exposures caused by COVID-19 and a skills […]

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Three Ways Small Businesses Can Stay Secure and Compliant in a Distributed World

To help reach more customers and provide services remotely now is the time for small businesses to increase their online presence. SaaS and low-cost integrations are democratizing digital business tools, giving small businesses the same capabilities as their larger counterparts with fewer risks. Any business today can leverage social media to build its brand and […]

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Three Keys to Avoid Phishing Emails and Ransomware Attacks

Three Keys to Avoid Phishing Emails and Whether a large-scale onslaught or a smaller, more targeted campaign, all successful phishing, and email-based ransomware attacks are disruptive and damaging on some level. And the simple reality is that they rely on human error; in order for cyberattacks to succeed, someone, somewhere, needs to take the bait. […]

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