Cybercriminals are always looking for new ways to undermine your cybersecurity. To be successful, these attackers rely on your ignorance of common cyberattacks. This article will give you a high-level overview of three routine attack vectors that anyone who uses the internet can fall prey to. DDoS A Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack is […]
With data breaches happening with increasing frequency, cybersecurity has steadily climbed to the forefront of the public consciousness. Many of the successful attacks that make into the news are perpetrated by attackers using malware. We briefly touched on what malware is in our previous post The Cybersecurity Threat Landscape, but the topic bears exploring further. […]
Here, you’ll receive a high-level view of the major threats to our end users’ businesses to help you understand the current threat landscape including the most prevalent types of attacks and attackers and the key factors enabling them.
What is Cybersecurity? The days of museum robberies and bank heists are mostly a relic of the past. These days, the most valuable targets are data. Stealing personal and other sensitive data typically exposes the thief to less danger, and data is oftentimes much easier to access. In many cases, a data theft can be […]
In observance of Stress Awareness Month, and in recognition of recent data privacy concerns and security breaches, channel partners should offer their customers relief from the stresses which come with living in a digitally connected world. Now, more than ever, end users are realizing how valuable and vulnerable their data is and why it needs […]
Learn about the exploits affecting every CPU in almost every device used everyday and how Ingram Micro can help protect you and your customers.
The recent Equifax breach is just another example of a cyberattack on a financial institution that made headline news. The CEO was ousted almost immediately, the financial impact to the company will be staggering, and their reputation has been severely damaged.
By harnessing the power of Ingram Micro Professional Services, you have a team of experts in your corner to enhance current security plans and bolster overall risk management.
“White hat” professionals are called Certified Ethical Hackers, and they are uniquely positioned with the skillset of a hacker but the ethics of a trusted advisor.
Back in the good old days of the early 2000s, all we had to be concerned about was security for our desktop computers and laptops. Fast forward to today − mobile devices are ubiquitous and we’re more connected than ever. Our watches, vehicles, heating/cooling systems, smart TVs, refrigerators and even Barbie dolls and infant monitors […]