Fight Cyber Crime and Protect Business with Cyber Insurance
The Reality Check About 2FA or MFA
Suppose your network uses Multi Factors Authentication (MFA) or Two Factors Authentication (2FA), A great congratulation to your IT team. Study shows that you beat 99.9% of others that don't in securing your network.
Business Insurance IS NOT Cyber Insurance
From time to time, we have been asked by the business owner the same question. "Do I still need a Cyber Insurance policy if I've already purchased Commercial General Liability insurance?"
Hacker will avoid law firm to stay out of trouble
Think again. The statistic we have says otherwise. 20% of most cyber claims resulting from social engineering and fraudulent funds transfer attacks directed at law firms.
Law firms are one fund's transfer fraud, ransomware, or email compromise away from exposure.
Is Multi-Factor Authentication Safer than Password alone?
With technology advancement daily, it is not surprising to have a machine able to guess 100 million combinations per second on your user name and password.
How to identify a scam or phishing attempt
As technology advance, so would those cybercrimes getting more and more sophisticated in their technique each day. It has become increasingly challenging to identify their tricks.
Block-Chain is Safe from Attack? Cryptocurrency
Since Cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin uses "Block-Chain" technology, the hacker is not going to attack? Think again. Using technology does not protect anyone from being a hack. There were $1 billion in estimated hacking losses suffered by cryptocurrency exchanges last year alone. You need the most comprehensive protection.
Is "Work from Home" safe?
As more and more people adopt the concept of working from home, most companies look for various technology that supports these concepts. One of the most common approaches is using Microsofts TeamViewer or the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) that are readily available on every Windows OS.
Would Government immune to Cyber Crime Attack
There is a saying, "the more money you get, the bigger target you become." In the eyes of a hacker, the government security system has always been a trophy. In Dec 2020, the US government fell victim to a Cyber Crime attack. What was shocking to many is that such an incident was not the first time.
How Would Ransomware Impact My Business
Imagine this, One day, you came to the office, turn on your computer, and a message pop up, "Your files are locked. Pay us bitcoin to unlock."
Unfortunately, you have fallen victim to Ransomware. The incident occurs when a hacker encrypted all of your files and won't unlock them until you pay a ransom.