Cyber Attack Security

Small and Medium-sized businesses continue to be regular targets of cyberattacks. These threats are getting more progressively complex and determined since hackers and cybercriminals see some businesses as vulnerable and an easy target. The most common cyber-attacks businesses experience is: Phishing Phishing is a cybercrime wherein targets are reached by email, uses disguised email as a weapon. The goal is to fool the email recipient into believing that the message is something they need or want, acting as a legitimate institution to draw individuals into providing sensitive data such as personally identifiable information, banking and credit card details, and passwords. The types of phishing attacksRead More →

IT Security Services

Cyber Security: Risk Assessment, Best Practices  With the evolution of technology, the risk of cyber threat has grown exponentially both in sophistication and complexity. Since cyber attacks impact businesses of all sizes, it is but critical for CEOs, CFOs, and CIOs to stay informed about cyber security and take concerted efforts to deal with the menace. Here is a compilation of best practices to manage the threat from cyber risk. This should help you better manage risks and bolster cyber threat awareness. Security experts can provide insight into current threats and ever-increasing technological and operational challenges. Organisations may need guidance on : Bolster action planRead More →

The business world is changing, and so are the threats. The surge in remote work has led to an increase not only in consumer-level computing devices but also at corporate levels, where many companies will have more than one instance per employee using their own device for job purposes–which makes them prime targets if hackers want to access your network! A common solution people often turn to when faced with this problem? purchasing antivirus software intended just for home computers or laptops, which isn’t geared toward protecting against modern cyberattacks. What are Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) and Extended Detection and Response (XDR)? What setsRead More →

In the past, the primary focus of a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) involved ensuring accuracy in relevant reporting, Balance Sheet impacting strategies and Analytics. But since digital transformation has become a matter of great importance to business in recent years, CFOs now have a say in major technology decisions that can directly affect profits. Digital Transformation involves much more than IT. IDC, a global intelligence company, thinks that by 2025, Digital Transformation [DX] spending will be more than double what it was in 2020, reaching $2.8 trillion. Expenditures in digital tools and services will be a major driver of this development. The financial services sectorRead More →