5 Cybersecurity Tools Your Company Should Have

No business, small or large, can afford to ignore cyber security. According to a recent Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, 60 percent of cyber-attacks target SMBs, largely because they are easier targets. But you don’t have to be passive. Here are five tools and services which small and medium business can use to protect themselves. Read […]

20 Tools to Boost Security at Your Small Business While on a Budget

The prevalence of digital technology has made small business owners keenly aware of the security threats they face. However, it is just as important for them to be aware of the physical security threats that threaten their business. Protecting your place of business, whether it is in your home or a retail space, has become much […]

Free security tools to support cybersecurity efforts

There are more free information security tools out there than you can highlight with a fist full of whiteboard pointers. While many are trial ware-based enticements designed to lure decision makers to purchase the pricey premium counterparts of these freebies, many are full-blown utilities. Read about the free security tools which can boost your cyber […]

3 Cybersecurity Tools to Protect Colleges Against Sophisticated Cyber Threats

Protecting sensitive information can feel like running on a treadmill: No matter how hard higher education IT professionals work to get ahead, hackers seem to keep gaining ground. Despite ongoing investments in cybersecurity, attackers continue to set new records. Read about the top three cyber security tools which very educational institution should have to counter cyber […]

How to buy the best incident response tools for your enterprise

Read Kevin Beaver’s guide about how to buy the best incident response tools for your company on Tech Target : It’s not what happens to you but how you react to it that matters. This adage is said to date back many centuries but still serves us well today. Looking at it in terms of information […]

Identify the ransomware you’ve been hit with

Michael Gillespie, a coder that has created a password generator for unlocking the files stashed in a password-protected archive by the CryptoHost ransomware, has also created ID Ransomware, a free online tool for victims to identify with which particular ransomware they’ve been hit. Read about various types of ransomware on Help Net Security.