If you’ve been following recent news stories about ransomware attacks, you might be feeling pretty nervous about clicking links or attachments in emails. The idea that just one click can set an attack in motion is enough to make any of us sweat.
Understanding good cyber security practices — like using long and unique passwords and two-factor authentication — can go a long way to keeping you safer online, but no matter how good your knowledge is, sometimes it’s still hard to know which practices are most helpful in particular situations.
It’s hard to define what makes a person a great leader, but what we can say with certainty is that it’s not an easy task. Using their social influence, leaders need to motivate teams towards achieving their common goals.
As SafeStack Academy continues to grow, we’re excited to announce the launch of our sibling company: SafeAdvisory. This will be the new home of all our advisory and consultancy services.
Cyber security media coverage tends to focus on stories about risks and cyber attacks.
Scrolling around for our daily dose of tech news helps keep us informed about current vulnerabilities, attacks, and scam tactics, sure — but sometimes it can be a bit unnerving. That’s why it’s important we examine what we read and ask questions as we go.
“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.
What does a wildly popular space-themed online game have to do with keeping our workplaces safe and secure?
Challenges in data security and privacy for next generation data innovators
We are living in the age of data innovation.