Ransomware attacks are basically organized theft. While these attacks will cause you great angst and grief as you rush to find a way, any way, to get your data back, they are created to turn your focus away from areas that require your full attention. Asking for the ransom payment is the last step in […]
La sécurité de l’information est plus que jamais au cœur de la croissance des entreprises, voire de leur survie. Cette réalité touche toutes les PME.
This webinar is available in French only.Les derniers mois ont été témoins de nombreux incidents majeurs dans le monde de la technologie.
A business falls victim to a cyber attack approximately every 14 seconds. Depending on the type of cyber attack and the size of the business, the costs can be up to well into six or seven figures. Nearly 60% of small businesses that were victims of cyber attacks end up shutting their business down permanently within 6 months.
Watch the webinar now! According to VMware, 99% of Canadian companies have reported an increase in cyber attacks over the year 2020.
The health sector is not immune to phishing attempts. To prevent cyber attacks, it is essential to be well prepared. Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have seen a significant increase in the number of phishing campaigns, ransomware attacks and social engineering.
With the pandemic, telework was introduced at a breakneck speed in many organizations, which have seen their IT security risks increase. Attempts at phishing, ransoming and other data theft or malicious traffic disruptions have increased as fraudsters are taking advantage of the vulnerabilities resulting from people working from home.