SEC updates all cybersecurity rules

In today’s technology-driven world, cybersecurity concerns continue to grow exponentially. With hackers becoming increasingly sophisticated in their tactics, it is of utmost importance for organizations and individuals alike to stay updated on the latest regulatory requirements and guidelines established by governing bodies. In light of this pressing issue, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), …

Chinese and Indian hackers take aim at Canadian digital assets

China and India have emerged as two powerhouse nations with well-established hacking groups. These clandestine organizations operate on a scale that rivals those of state-sponsored actors, infiltrating networks across the globe to harness valuable information for political gain or financial motives. This article delves into the intriguing world of Chinese and Indian hackers, shedding light …

Cyber Defence Sensors

Cyber Defence Sensors: Enhancing Security in the Digital Sphere In an increasingly interconnected digital world, where cyber threats pose a significant risk to individuals, businesses and governments alike, the need for robust cyber defence measures has never been more pressing. Cyber defence sensors have emerged as powerful tools in identifying and mitigating these threats, allowing organizations …

Commercial Spyware Technology Examined

In today’s digital age, the benefits of modern technology are undeniable for businesses. However, with these advancements come risks, particularly concerning privacy and security. Commercial spyware is concerning because it can be used to illegally obtain sensitive information or spy on individuals without their consent. This poses a threat to privacy and security. In this …

Preventing internal cybersecurity threats

In the modern world, cyber-security threats are becoming more than a nuisance. They have become a real danger for organizations everywhere, with internal cybersecurity threats being among the biggest issues to worry about. With so many staff members and employees now connected to a network in some way or another as well as giving access …

Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) Security

Endpoint security is the general term for protecting your organization’s computer endpoints. This includes computers, laptops, tablets, smartphones and other devices that individual users connect to the network. Endpoint security can include several different technologies used to secure your company’s computer endpoints. From password management and two-factor authentication to application whitelisting and virtualization controls…endpoint security …

Double Extortion Ransomware Attacks

It’s no secret that cybercriminals are constantly trying to improve their methods of targeting victims. As a result, they have also come up with more creative ways of extorting money from their victims. The most common variants of ransomware these days attack the users by asking for payment in exchange for unlocking files and restoring …

What is a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack?

A distributed denial-of-service attack, or DDoS attack, is when hackers use multiple computers or bots to send requests to a website simultaneously. This overload causes legitimate users who try to access the site to have trouble and slow it down. If you’re a website owner and your visitors can’t get through on one page or …

Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) 

UCaaS is a cloud-based communication platform that gives businesses the ability to have unified communications with their employees. It’s essentially a virtual communication system, and it’s ideal for small businesses who need an easy-to-use solution to communicate with their employees but don’t have the resources or staff to maintain a traditional phone system. With UCaaS, …

Zero Trust: A Model for More Effective Security

Forrester Research analyst John Kindervag came up with the zero trust network model in 2010 while a principal analyst at the firm. It is now twelve years later that corporate leaders worldwide are increasingly embracing zero trust as the technologies that facilitate it reaches the mainstream. The pressure to protect enterprise systems and data increases, …

How to Prepare your Business for Cyber Attacks Resulting from Russia Ukraine Crisis

A new era of cyberwarfare For many years, Russia has been known to harbour malicious actors who undertake endless cyber Attacks on North American digital property.  From industrial plants, medical facilities and education institutions, nothing of off limits for these highly skilled, rogue operators.  Even after instructions from Russian government to handover any cybercriminals these …

Onedrive Security Features & Review

Onedrive Security Features & Review Does Onedrive come with reliable security? All Onedrive users are extended both two factor authentication and also the ability to access Personal Vault which will further safeguard data with a variety of settings for added protection.  Encryption is offered to all users but it’s not considered impenetrable as data transfer …