Category: Network Security

malware

What is malware Malware, sometimes known as “malicious software,” is a catch-all word for any malicious program or code that is destructive to computers. Malware is hostile, intrusive, and purposefully malicious software that aims to infiltrate, damage, or disable computers, computer systems, networks, tablets, and mobile devices by gaining partial…

back up and recovery

Businesses must plan ahead of time and implement data backup mechanisms in case the worst-case scenario occurs. To save your vast volumes of information, successful data backup systems use an offsite server or several disks. Without these measures in place, data recovery becomes impossible, resulting in data loss when the…

cyber security

Cyber security is preventing unauthorized access to networks, devices, and data, as well as the practice of maintaining information’s confidentiality, integrity, and availability. Whether you are a company, an organization, an individual, or a website, you may be engaging in harmful cybersecurity practices that you should avoid and replace with…

identity theft

Identity theft can harm you in a variety of ways, and there are several ways to detect it. Knowing the warning indicators that indicate fraud is developing can help you act more swiftly to stop it. Here are some things to keep an eye out for: You’ve been denied a…

anti-software

What is antivirus Antivirus software protects your computer from malicious software and cybercriminals. It examines data moving across the network to your devices, such as web pages, files, software, and apps. It also looks for known dangers and monitors all program behavior, alerting any unusual activity. The aim is to…

ransom cyber attack

What is ransomware? A ransomware cyber-attack is a type of software that prevents users from accessing their computer systems or data unless they pay a ransom. Criminals that use ransomware malware, such as kidnappers attack your computer and demand a ransom for your computer and data. This is how ransomware cyber-attacks…

EDR was designed under the assumption that the endpoint will, at some point, be breached. Antivirus may provide excellent protection, but if it fails, the organization does not have any visibility into what is happening on the endpoint, and security teams cannot immediately access the endpoint to address a breach.…

Why Endpoint security is a Plus for Your Business  Endpoint security entails securing end-user gadgets. These include laptops, desktops, and mobile devices among others. Endpoints are the points of access to networks, and they create entry points that can be misused by malicious attackers. Endpoint security software assists in protecting…

Why Endpoint security is a Plus for Your Business Endpoint security entails securing end-user gadgets. These include laptops, desktops, and mobile devices among others. Endpoints are the points of access to networks, and they create entry points that can be misused by malicious attackers. Endpoint security software assists in protecting…