Tag: phishing

New eBook: 6 Can’t-Miss Opportunities for MSPs in 2021

New eBook: 6 Can’t-Miss Opportunities for MSPs in 2021

MSPs face an unprecedented amount of exciting change and opportunities in 2021, as the world recovers from a global pandemic and the shifts in the workforce and cybersecurity landscapes that ensued because of it. The widespread emergence of 5G, AI,...

/ April 26, 2021
Q&A: Ethical hacking and pen testing to protect against phishing

Q&A: Ethical hacking and pen testing to protect against phishing

Phishing continues to be one of the biggest threats to network security, which has led to “ethical hacking” being used to protect against it. If you’re wondering why methods like ethical hacking and pen testing are necessary to stop phishing,...

/ April 13, 2021
Threat Spotlight: Vaccine-related phishing

Threat Spotlight: Vaccine-related phishing

Beware of phishing campaigns that use the COVID-19 vaccination as a hook. In the same way they’ve capitalized on the global pandemic with coronavirus-related phishing attacks, cybercriminals are now trying to leverage the vaccine to steal money and personal information. The FBI issued a...

/ March 9, 2021
Partner Spotlight: MSP drives success with Email Threat Scanner

Partner Spotlight: MSP drives success with Email Threat Scanner

Founded in 2008 and headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, KSM Consulting’s services offerings include management consulting, IT consulting, cybersecurity, email security data analytics, and project management for businesses and non-profits of all sizes and industries, as well as government agencies. Mark...

/ February 23, 2021
Seamless cybersecurity and two emerging threats

Seamless cybersecurity and two emerging threats

For most MSPs, the pandemic of 2020 has been a rush of implementing new policies and procedures while at the same time trying to keep customer cybersecurity fortifications intact. Wisconsin-based SWICKTech is an example of an organization that acted early to...

/ July 23, 2020
Summer cybersecurity dangers

Summer cybersecurity dangers

In simpler times, some businesses would literally hang a sign on their door each summer saying “Gone Fishin’” and close for two weeks. In today’s world, hackers might as well hang a sign on their door in summer that says...

/ July 9, 2020
Protecting remote workers from COVID-19 phishing attacks

Protecting remote workers from COVID-19 phishing attacks

Q: One of our customers’ remote workers recently clicked a phishing link. While we were able to prevent the attack from ultimately being successful, this is quite concerning, especially since remote workers are not within a secured network. How can...

/ May 18, 2020 / 1 Comment
Beware as COVID-19 is bringing out spammers and scammers

Beware as COVID-19 is bringing out spammers and scammers

I was going through one of my email accounts the other day and I noticed a bunch of 1990s-style spam emails. There was the promise of sharing some uncollected inheritance with me from some deceased African royalty if I only...

/ May 13, 2020
Beyond phishing: Best practices for working from home

Beyond phishing: Best practices for working from home

Millions of workers worldwide are now finding themselves employed remotely. They are trying to keep the gears of earth’s economy turning, even as the COVID-19 causes many industries to halt. Working from home has created unfamiliar terrain for many people...

/ March 24, 2020
New tools could help users be more security savvy

New tools could help users be more security savvy

When it comes to security, your end users are often a weak link in your safety regimen. It’s not because they are malicious or careless. It’s because they often don’t know any better, making them vulnerable to social engineering and...

/ October 21, 2019