In a time of rapid-changing crisis, here are four SMB cybersecurity best practices to help prevent the most common attacks.
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|Just hours before the Super Bowl Sunday kick off, the San Francisco 49ers confirmed it was the victim of a ransomware attack.
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|Microsoft says its corporate users are not using MFA, another layer of security that keeps accounts safe. Unfortunately, this is not an isolated problem.
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|Evolved phishing toolkits that can intercept 2FA codes are called man-in-the-middle (MiTM) phishing kits. And they’re growing in popularity.
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|Law enforcement agencies like the FBI and NCA have injected hundreds of millions of unique passwords into Have I Been Pwned.
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|A sophisticated threat actor has been using a very unsophisticated method to defeat multi-factor authentication.
|Hopefully not, because these Android malware families that have recently plagued the Store are quite sophisticated and nasty.
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