In the modern digital landscape where the cloud is so widely adopted, it is vital to secure your organisation’s infrastructure and take proactive measures to enhance and secure your cybersecurity position.
Locking down IT security weak links is crucial to protect your organisation from potential threats and vulnerabilities. It’s vital to the reputation and day-to-day running of your business that you keep your organisational assets safe because cyberattacks can affect businesses of all sizes, when you’re least expecting them.
Phishing attacks are an ever-growing threat, and the methods used by cybercriminals are becoming increasingly sophisticated, making them harder to detect and evade.
In this article, Securus looks into the latest evolving trends and offers guidance on detection and prevention.
Security is no longer something you can just provide at the edge: it’s intrinsic to every part of the network stack, from the end user, up to the Wide Area Network. Business networks are changing rapidly, causing new threats to emerge and creating unknown risks. These changes have made it vital to secure network devices … Read More
As technology becomes more advanced, so does cybercrime. Maintaining cybersecurity is of critical importance for the hospitality industry
Patching vulnerabilities has become a demanding, time-consuming task due to the evolving threat landscape and the constant discovery of new security threats. This is where Firewall as a Service (FWaaS) comes into its own.
With cyberthreats continuing to rise and becoming increasingly more sophisticated, it’s vital for your business to have the appropriate cybersecurity protection measures in place
With businesses today relying almost completely on virtual operations, defending your business against cyberattacks and data breaches is critical to ensure your IT operations remain secure. Security errors can be extremely costly for an organisation. According to IBM, the average cost of a data breach reached $4.35 million in 2022, presenting a 12.7% increase since … Read More
A penetration test, also known as a ‘pen test’, is a simulated cyberattack against your organisation’s system. The objective of a penetration test is to identify vulnerabilities within an organisation and to better understand the impact of those vulnerabilities.
Supply chain attacks have become increasingly common in recent years, and have been used in some high-profile cyberattacks. The aim is to exploit weaknesses in the vendor’s security measures to gain unauthorised access to the company’s network