You may have invested in the most advanced alarm systems and surveillance cameras for your home, but what do you do if a burglar still manages to get in?
Call 911 or lock yourself in the basement? Or do you panic and freeze up? You’ll be better prepared if you have a response plan.
More than 80% of all hacking-related breaches in 2017 were linked to stolen or weak passwords, according to Verizon. Stolen credentials remain the favorite tools for hacking in the current year too. If passwords are your best bet to keep infiltrators at bay, good luck!
Data analytics doesn’t always have to be grueling numbers and math. It can also be effortlessly readable charts and graphs.
“Dashboards” are tools that help you create digestible charts and graphs from complicated stats. Unsurprisingly, they’re hugely popular with users.
Companies aren’t preparing their employees for threats caused by poor cybersecurity. According to a survey, 33% of employees received no training in cybersecurity practices, while 16% of respondents received little training.
The lack of cybersecurity training for employees is directly evidenced by the spike in cybersecurity incidents. Of an average 3,269 security incidents reported in 2018, careless employees or contractors were the root cause of 2,081.