Cybercriminals are targeting industries that may not traditionally have been considered attractive cyberattack targets and therefore may not have made cybersecurity a top priority.
Following the Colonial Pipeline and JBS SA attacks, the US government has issued security directives and recommendations for organizations. But the lack of a central organization responsible for cybersecurity weakens their efforts.
Cyber criminals are all too willing to risk lives. It’s time for healthcare organizations to realize that preventing cyberattacks is as crucial for healthcare as preventing disease.
The best way for midsize enterprises to defend their distributed businesses against today’s cyber threats is to adopt a cloud-based Zero Trust security approach that protects them no matter where users or resources are located.
The code of virtual meeting solution web portals can hide malware that can compromise endpoint browsers and networks. First-of-its-kind Ericom Virtual Meeting Isolation isolates portal code to secure meetings and enable full functionality.
Detection-based cybersecurity approaches lock organizations in to frustrating, unending and costly “cat and mouse” games with clever cybercriminals. Break the cycle with Zero Trust defenses that strengthen protection to keep even unknown threats out.
Why pay for this publicly available info? For cyberattackers, it simply makes good business sense to pay for contact details of good targets rather than waste valuable phishing time on gathering info.
Chase shares his thoughts on how remote browser isolation (RBI) has advanced over the last decade and has become a critical security control for enterprises.
Read why Palo Alto Networks turned to Ericom RBI for customers who want to add powerful protection from web-borne phishing and ransomware attacks.