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    What do Phishing Attacks Really Look Like?

    Hackers using phishing attacks as a security breach method are often sending email messages to users giving the impression they’re representing a company you’re conducting business with, such as a financial or banking institution, or a web service you’re using. Common Phishing Attack Tactics Although the general perception is phishing attacks look fake and everyone […]

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    Understanding the Dangers Hackers Pose to Hospitals With Improperly Secured Cloud Apps

    The healthcare sector is entering a new era with the rise of genomics, big data harnessing, personalized medicine, and more. So, healthcare providers are embracing cloud services to:         Reduce IT costs,         Increase productivity,         Improve service quality. Why do Hospitals Use Cloud Apps? Cloud computing gives hospitals the chance to take advantage of high quality computing resources […]

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    Dropbox’s biggest data breaches and hacks

    Although  a great number of businesses uses Dropbox as their primary file hosting service, few people know how secure their corporate files are. Dropbox is not as insecure as some skeptics would suggest, but recent headlines about data breaches make us question its reliability for business usage. Why Dropbox Breaches Happen?         Anyone can access Dropbox shares […]

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    Why using SaaS cloud software for business is more important than ever

    When you think about budgetary pressure points surrounding companies in the IT world, you can’t avoid thinking about maintenance costs associated with outdated computer systems. This is one of the main reasons why companies started considering the usage of SaaS cloud based software solutions to resolve various business related issues. The increasing level of familiarity with […]

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    Top Cyber Security Risks Affecting M&A Deals

    Businesses of all kinds are vulnerable to cyber attacks. Lloyd’s estimated that businesses lose up to $400 billion per year due to data breaches. With the recent growth in mergers and acquisitions activity — 2015 was the biggest year for M&A ever, according to the Wall Street Journal — deal activity is drawing the attention of cyber criminals. Although there was always the risk of deal information leaking, now that documents are shared electronically, the possibility of unauthorized access to documents is greatly increased.

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