There are lots of cyber security challenges that come up when working on the go, but upping your awareness of possible risks and putting together a travel toolkit to help keep you safe is easy to do.
“Cash or card?”
It’s a familiar question posed by millions of retail workers every day. Cashless transactions have increased at an astounding rate, especially over the past two decades.
2020 was a big year that a lot of us would probably like to forget.
It was hard but rewarding for our team — hard because 2020, and rewarding because we took a significant step in our mission of security for everyone.
Today we’re launching our newest SafeStack Development Academy course: Threat Assessment for Software Development.
With this, we’re embarking on our quest to bring security not only into the implementation of systems, but into their design.
What does a wildly popular space-themed online game have to do with keeping our workplaces safe and secure?
Did you know New Zealand hasn’t changed its Privacy Act since 1993?
Considering how much our world — and the ways we need to think about privacy and sharing our personal information — has changed since then, it’s pretty exciting that the Privacy Act 2020 is about to come into effect.
Social engineering is a particularly wily way to attack someone.
This type of attack plays on people being people, with all our different motivations, behaviours, and social expectations. Social engineers appeal to our emotions, our sense of urgency, and sometimes even our desire to be a good person.
Whether it’s a phone, tablet, or laptop, keeping our devices safe and secure is one of those things we often don’t think about until it’s too late.
This year has meant a quick switch to working remotely for many of us, and it wouldn’t be surprising if secure working practices have been a little lower down the priority list.
We’re happy to add a new service to the SafeStack Academy family — one that helps you and your team learn how to spot suspicious emails.