As the world evolves, so does cyber security. With emerging technologies like Kubernetes, there is a need to be aware of the risks involved with using these tools. If not managed properly, they can cause serious damage to your organization’s cyber security posture.

With recent incidents of data breaches and cyberattacks, companies have put more investments in cyber security solutions. In fact, the global cyber security market will reach $478.68 billion by 2030, experiencing a growth rate of 9.5% from 2021 to 2030.

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According to Statista, phishing and such frauds were the major cybercrimes in the United States in 2020. Such cybercrimes pose a threat to the cybersecurity of your device when you go online. Using residential proxies and other proxies is the best way to deal with cyberfrauds and cybersecurity issues.

Proxy servers play a vital role in enhancing the cybersecurity of internet-enabled devices. By masking the IP address of your device, they prevent data tracking from your device. Read on to know what a proxy server is and how proxies help enhance your cybersecurity.

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Most modern-day businesses rely upon technology, including the internet, mobile devices, and computers. Unfortunately, such reliance comes with significant technological risks. 

Organizations face numerous technology risks when their software, hardware, and online apps are compromised by equipment failure or cyber-attacks. In today’s business environment, data breaches happen in businesses of all sizes. 

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Cloud technology is one of the most popular and effective ways to store data and information. Businesses are moving to the cloud at an alarming rate. Although there are many benefits to this, such as scalability, easy access to the data, and automation, some risks also need to be considered. This is because hackers have developed sophisticated ways to exploit vulnerabilities in the cloud.

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Healthcare ransomware attacks have become a pressing issue in healthcare. So, here are some tips that can help you prevent these attacks from affecting your organization:

Train Employees On Phishing And Data Risks

Employees must be trained to identify phishing attacks and report them to IT. Employees should be taught what a ‘typical’ phishing email looks like, with the goal being to help them recognize the many different ways in which a cybercriminal may try to trick them into clicking on an attachment or link.

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Cybersecurity is a high-demand, rapidly expanding area with a high need for competent personnel. It offers high median incomes, employment possibilities in a wide range of industries, and a fast-paced work environment for those who choose this career path.

Even if you’re intrigued by the prospect of safeguarding organizations’ digital assets and intelligence from security breaches, you should conduct thorough research into the field to determine whether you’re a good fit for the position. Learn more about typical cybersecurity jobs and the skills required for cybersecurity careers.

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Cybercriminals are constantly becoming more sophisticated, and making use of a huge range of different techniques and tactics. Worse, it is getting more common.

Phishing emails are still a constant source of problems, as are ransomware attacks and data breaches are still unfortunately common. But, despite this wide range of cyber attacks, you might be surprised to learn that nearly half of all cybercrime’s financial loss comes as a result of Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks. Indeed, a shocking 42% of all cybercrime loss was recently attributed to BEC.

Evidently, global businesses need to take BEC attacks very seriously. So, here we take a look at how BEC attacks are performed and what businesses of all sizes can do to minimize their risk of falling victim. 

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No matter which sector of society you’re involved with, for sure, technology has already invaded that space in your life. Nowadays, various organizations turn to a technology solution to streamline their operations.

Cloud technology enables organizations to store their data on remote servers. Anytime and anywhere, you can simply access these files and do your job. Such flexibility and scalability empower organizations to continue operating even when their members are miles apart. If you don’t have a cloud infrastructure yet, you can ask for Oracle cloud consulting pricing and other cloud servicing companies.

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Technology has connected the business world like never before. Businesses can scale and grow immensely in a short period and serve their clients and customers in ways we never thought possible.   

Such hyperconnectivity has opened new doors to a more integrated and seamless world. However, that door can swing both ways.   

With businesses going digital, they also expose themselves to cybersecurity vulnerabilities. In specific, supply chain attacks have been growing in prevalence in the past year and have become worrisome. Such attacks can trigger a chain reaction— one attack on a single supplier can compromise a network of businesses and providers.  

That said, you must safeguard your supply chain from cyber-attacks. Here are some strategies to follow.   

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The BFIS (Banking, Finance, Insurance, Securities) is a critical infrastructure sector that greatly depends on IT systems, which makes it especially vulnerable to cybercrime. While analyzing security incidents within the domain in 2018-2021, Costella identified 6,472 breaches and data leakages, with more than 3.3 million records exfiltrated from 20 companies of Fortune 500. The amount of leaked data has increased six-fold over the last two years, pushing financial businesses to intensify the protections. Currently, the finserv sector spends $18,5 annually per company to combat cybercrime, which is 40% higher than in any other industry, says the Ninth Annual Cost of Cybercrime Study by Accenture.

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