Entries by CTSI

Whale Phishing vs Spear Phishing

You are committed to keeping your business safe and secure, which is why you need to know about the potential threats you face. What is whale phishing, or whaling, and what threat does it pose? What is spear phishing and what might this mean for your business? Let’s take a look.

Cybersecurity essentials for regulated industries

All companies need to protect their customer data, but regulated industries have a special obligation. Cybercriminals are smart and they go where the money is. Here are some cybersecurity best practices that can prevent data breaches from bringing your operation to a crashing halt.

Don’t ignore these key parts of your business continuity plan

A business continuity plan that focuses on cybersecurity and compliance is needed to prevent downtime and minimize losses. It is essential for ensuring that your business continues to operate in the event of a disaster, whether it be natural or cybercriminal in origin.

6 things your network assessment should include

From identifying bottlenecks or obsolete hardware and software, to bolstering security and establishing a solid disaster plan, a complete business network assessment will ensure you suffer as little downtime as possible and increase your company’s overall productivity.

5 Ways to Keep Your Inbox Safe

Your email inbox seems like a safe place, but it is often where data loss starts. Phishing, viruses in attachments and simple employee error can cause big problems in the email realm. So, how do you keep your inbox safe? Here some indispensable tips to follow for yourself and your employees.

What is spear phishing and how do I defend against it?

Did you know more than 85% of emails consumers receive are considered spam? An email encouraging you to buy something or visit a new website may not seem dangerous, but it can be—especially if the email is a phishing attempt. Follow these tips to protect yourself from spear phishing attacks.

5 ways to keep your endpoints secure

Think about every device you or your employees use to access your business network. All of these devices are called endpoints and they are attractive targets to cybercriminals. Here are 5 of the top things you can do to keep your endpoints secure.