Multifactor authentication (MFA) can help stop cyber attacks by requiring a second form of verification that can block most account-compromising attacks.
Here's a look at key findings, including heightened cyber risks associated with increased remote working due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Understand your company's data, from data inventory to classification, to help you know how to best protect it.
It is critical that business owners know what to do in the event they are breached.
Digital security threats continue to come from new and surprising sources. Here are five trends that Travelers is watching.
Understanding the types of cyber criminals and their techniques can help protect your organization from a data breach.
The cyber landscape is constantly evolving, resulting in a significant increase in coverage costs. Learn about six factors causing cyber insurance rates to increase.
Help keep your company's data secure by following these essential elements of a data security policy.
Extortion as a result of a cyber attack is becoming more and more common for all business types and sizes.
A look at how small- to mid-sized companies are vulnerable, what is at stake and methods to help protect against hacking and data breaches.
Take a look inside how a data breach can affect a business, and what a business can do to help protect against cyber risks in this video.
What could your company be doing to better manage cyber risk? Take our four-part questionnaire to find out.
From botnet to phishing, this list of key terms can help you brush up on your cyber vocabulary.
Data management and security is crucial to any business. Prepare for any situation by creating a data disaster recovery plan.
Be prepared in the event of a data breach with a cyber security incident response plan.
Digital forensic detectives help businesses with data breach investigations to properly collect evidence and help prevent further damage.
Should I use a password manager? Learn the benefits of password managers and how they help keep you secure.
Preparation is key to mitigating a potential cyber event. What pre-breach steps can you take?
Business email compromise is a growing threat to companies, who unknowingly grant a hacker access to their business email account, which can be used for wire transfer fraud.
Social engineering, a type of cybercrime, presents a threat to the financial services sector. It is important to understand the existing and emerging threats, and steps you can take to protect your firm.
There are a handful of methods by which cyber criminals are conducting software update supply chain attacks. Here are the common attack methods noted by Symantec™.
Keep your personal and business data safe with these tips to create a secure password.
One of the most pervasive types of cyber crime today is ransomware. Learn how ransomware can prevent a business from operating.
Small and mid-sized businesses may be the most vulnerable, and least prepared, to handle a data breach. Without employees trained to handle questions a breach can bring, the effects on the business can be catastrophic.
The Dark Web can make cyber breaches profitable for thieves — and they don’t even need to be skilled hackers. Watch this video to learn more about the dark side of the Internet.
As data breaches become increasingly complex, a new role has emerged to help organizations navigate their response and recovery.