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Three Steps to Better User Education for Security

December 20, 2017 | By Todd O'Boyle

Does this sound familiar? You’ve conducted user trainings for your employees, going over the basics of security and what to look for when it comes to phishing, ransomware, and other online threats. You’ve reviewed password security with them, explained how to secure their devices, and...


Building Trust on the Internet: How HTTPS Works

November 10, 2017 | By Austin Rose

How often do you notice this friendly green lock in your web browser? Hopefully you are seeing it on just about every website you visit. In fact, there should be something similar in your URL bar right now. This lock is very important. It indicates...


Rate Your Fate: Are You Ready for a Cyberattack?

November 2, 2017 | By Todd O'Boyle

Recently we conducted a webinar with Savage Security’s Adrian Sanabria and our CTO Todd O’Boyle. During the webinar, we asked audience members to consider various scenarios and “rate their fates.” In other words, how would your company fare if a given attack was leveled at...


Multi-Factor Authentication: Everything You Need to Know

October 5, 2017 | By Oliver Scarborough

It is no secret that login credentials are among the most frequently targeted pieces of user data by malicious entities. This past summer, one of the largest spambot dumps—including over 711 million records, including nearly 50 million passwords, was reported by Troy Hunt. Having your...