Data theft in companies is often due to mistakes made by employees. However, most lapses in IT security can be easily avoided.
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37% of all companies were victims of ransomware attacks in 2021. Malware attacks, phishing attempts, DNS vulnerabilities and other methods of digital data theft can cause reputation damage as well as significant financial costs to businesses, especially given the higher risk of increased remote working. IT managers need to be on their guard and take these and other security threats seriously to ensure secure communication throughout their organization and deliver business continuity. Read about the latest news and developments in cybercrime.
Not only are security vulnerabilities and malware a threat to data security in companies, external and internal attackers also pose a risk.
Political developments are raising the threat level in IT security. German companies and, above all, operators of critical infrastructures are affected by this.
The number of cyber attacks is climbing at an alarming rate, but organizations can do plenty to stop them. Learn how you can protect your IT.
The Log4j vulnerability has demonstrated the importance of supply chain security. In this blog post we consider the best course of action that companies can take to protect their software supply chain.
Ransomware attacks are particularly cruel: Cyber criminals encrypt data and demand a ransom for its safe release, threatening that they will either delete data to bring a company to its knees or make the data public. For important business data and sensitive, personal ...
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