It’s time for Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2022! This year’s theme—See Yourself in Cyber is meant to demonstrate that cybersecurity is ultimately about people. Instead of promoting weekly themes, this year’s focus is on promoting four key behaviors.
When identity theft does happen, early detection is the key to limiting the damage. The sooner you know, the better. But, how do you know when your identity has been stolen?
Did you know that the majority of data breaches are driven by credential theft? Fortunately, multi-factor authentication can block over 99.9 percent of account compromise attacks.
October may officially be Cybersecurity Awareness Month, but that doesn’t mean businesses can afford to take the rest of the year off. A single cybersecurity incident can threaten a business’s operations, reputation, bottom line, and in some cases, its very survival.