Category Archives: Social Engineering

Security and Privacy Issues with Zoom

With the increase of employees turning to remote work during the pandemic, companies have been relying on video conferencing platforms, such as Zoom, for regular meetings and communication between employees. According to Check Point, there have been 1,700 new Zoom domains registered since the pandemic began, a quarter of these domains were registered just in […]

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Is Your Password Secure?

Tips for Creating a Strong Password Passwords can be an inconvenience to remember, especially when you have dozens of applications and accounts to log into everyday. However, with the increase in phishing and ransomware attacks, passwords can be the main line of defense when securing your data. Once an attacker knows your password, your personal […]

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How to Prevent Phishing Attacks Against Your Organization

What is a Phishing Attack? In recent news, several large companies including Microsoft and Facebook have been affected by phishing attacks. Phishing is a type of cybercrime that happens when an attacker poses as a legitimate company or website in order to divulge sensitive information from the victim. This can be the victim’s social security […]

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