The insider threat – the vulnerability that’s coming from inside the house

The insider threat: it’s one of the biggest and most persistent issues in cybersecurity. There have been multiple, recent high-profile cases – Manning, Snowden, and others. And these cases have both kept the issue in the public eye and kept…

Breakout Time and the 1-10-60 rule – the key to saving $4 million

Practically every cybersecurity and IT professional recognizes that it’s not a matter of “if” their organization will be the victim of a cyberattack or breach, it’s “when.” And that’s not surprising considering there were almost 4,000 reported data breaches in…

Mid-Year OverWatch Report finds ransomware and phishing on the rise in 2019

In a trend that many that have been watching the news may not find a surprise, in the first half of 2019, ransomware attacks and phishing attempts are continuing the rise in popularity that they enjoyed in 2018. Much of…

Easy targets? Why healthcare and government ransomware attacks are on the rise

Earlier this month it was reported that an Alabama-based health system had fallen prey to a ransomware attack. The healthcare organization, DCH Health System, was ultimately forced to pay off malicious actors that perpetuated an attack that drastically impacted business…

Phishing – why humans are the biggest security vulnerabilities

Phishing, vishing, whaling, spear-phishing: the list of clever new terms seems constantly to change. A successful attack by any other name, though, is just as sweet to the adversary. Terminology aside, the fundamental problem is this. Phishing is the most…