Photoshopped images and fake news are nothing new in the war of misinformation but what’s becoming more and more common are deepfakes, and they could spell real trouble for businesses.
With cyber threats being a key risk for most businesses, interest in ‘always on’ security monitoring services continues to rise.
How do you spot a scam in progress and prevent your business from being breached?
Improving the security of your data need not be as complicated as you might think. Even by making just a few simple changes to the way your business stores and uses its data, you’ll go a long way in ensuring it doesn’t fall into the wrong hands.
The recent high profile WannaCry and NotPetya ransomware attacks not only shook up the global business world, they also signalled what could be a shift to the new ‘normal’ – that is where malware authors are setting out to achieve their goal, whether that be led by financial gain or the desire to cause widespread disruption – as fast as possible through massive coordinated attacks.