Lessons from 2020’s biggest cyberattacks

As the world transitioned to everything virtual in 2020 — work, classes, and get-togethers — cybercriminals wasted no time figuring out how to exploit the dramatic increase in online presence. Cyberattacks quickly evolved and escalated, and organizations scrambled to protect themselves against a slew of ransomware, phishing, and supply chain attacks and prevent catastrophic data leaks and breaches.

The 3 worst email and spam attack campaigns of 2020

2020 was a tough year for all of us in Las Vegas and across the United States, but cybercriminals were determined to make it even tougher. True to form, internet crooks exploited everything they could just to bilk hard-earned cash out of innocent folk.

Here are the themes of the worst email and spam attack campaigns of 2020:

Not even the coronavirus pandemic was off-limits to exploits, as spammers used the still-changing status of COVID information to dupe even the most informed people.

Why email security matters

Email remains the most popular and most effective method of communication across businesses in every sector. This makes email a top target for cyberattacks; it’s no surprise that the majority of data breaches have an email phishing element. Enterprise-grade email security takes collective measures to secure access to email accounts and mitigate the effects of malicious content.

How power failures can cause a major setback for your business

Electricity is a utility we take for granted these days, as energy is cheaper and more diverse than ever. So it can be easy to forget just how important it is to protect your business from power failures.

Just because you operate in a big city doesn’t mean that you’re forever safe from power interruptions and failures.