Mean Time to Hardening: The Next-Gen Security Metric
On average, it takes an organization 15 times longer to close a vulnerability than it does for attackers to weaponize and exploit one. Seven days to weaponize and 102 days to patch. Let that sink in. Reads more in
When you think of cyber criminals, you probably think of an evil mastermind sitting behind a computer launching sophisticated attacks over the Internet. While many of today’s cyber criminals do use technologies like email or instant messaging, bad guys are also using the phone to trick their victims.
There are two big advantages to using a phone. First, unlike email, there are fewer security technologies that monitor phone calls and can detect and stop an attack. Second, it is much easier for bad guys to convey emotion over the phone, which makes it more likely they can trick their victims. Reads more in
Cyber criminals continue to come up with new and creative ways to fool people. A new type of scam is gaining popularity— personalized scams. Cyber criminals find or purchase information about millions of people, then use that information to personalize their attacks. Below we show you how these scams work and walk you through a common example. The more you know about these scams, the easier it is for you to spot and stop them. Reads more in