Hollywood would have us believe that cyberattacks are elaborately planned and use expensive, sophisticated tools developed by James Bond’s tech guru, Q. Yet in real life, most hacks are nothing like that. The cybercriminals often simply fool a human to gain access.
News of a big brand suffering a data breach is all too common today. But if you don’t get an email from such a company, you could mistakenly be thinking it doesn’t affect you.
Cybersecurity attacks on big-name brands or governments are familiar headlines these days. Millions of access credentials are breached, and millions of dollars are lost to ransomware attack. You may think you’re protected, but a single undetected misconfiguration could mean trouble.
You and your employees may never venture to the dark web. But sensitive, proprietary business data could already be on there for sale to the highest bidder.
Cybercriminals have a new tactic. Encrypting your data and extorting money. The threat? They’ll make your stolen, sensitive information public otherwise. Leakware can put your business and its employees, customers or citizens at risk. There are ways to fortify your defenses. Learn more!