If you have been following this blog series, you know that the first blog discussed the cyberattack kill chain and how hackers target individuals and systems and the second blog covered common cyberattacks and how they are perpetrated and identified. In this final post, I am going to discuss what users can do to harden their
In my first blog, I discussed the cyber kill chain and how hackers move through predictable steps to launch an attack against a target. In that blog, I used the example of an author who was targeted because of their controversial writings and the author’s system was compromised with ransomware. In this second post,
Cyberattacks and data breaches are unfortunately commonplace in the daily news cycle. Many of us have had our personal, healthcare, and financial data breached so much that we are used to receiving letters notifying us of unauthorized disclosures or getting signed up for yet another credit monitoring service. Cybercrime is out of control and
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) refers to allowing end users the ability to use their own personal mobile devices (e.g., phones, tablets, laptops, etc.) to conduct business instead of having a corporate device issued to them. BYOD is often seen as a cost savings and a step toward a “21st Century Workforce” by executives.
As a cybersecurity professional I get frequent questions from people who want to know how to keep their personal or business data secure. While it is true that the tools and techniques used by hackers are getting more sophisticated, the reality is that most breaches, even the very large and highly publicized breaches, could
Digital pictures and video have transformed our lives. I have so many pictures and videos of my kids that by the time they are in college, I'll have Terabytes of data. It is so easy these days to capture anything with a digital image. There is no need to worry about having film developed,