Cybersecurity Articles & Resources
On November 22, 2021, the hosting platform GoDaddy revealed that an unauthorized third party had accessed their Managed WordPress hosting environment. Unfortunately, GoDaddy isn’t unique; many hosting providers remain vulnerable to similar attacks. In this article, we will discuss what is known about the incident so far.
Cyber attacks, and ransomware attacks, in particular, are on the rise, and this troubling trend is likely to continue. Having an effective incident response plan in place is vital for protecting your organization and its digital assets, but even the best plan is only as good as the facts that inform it.
Credential sharing, the practice of using someone else’s digital identity to gain access to a platform or product, has become commonplace, particularly when it comes to video streaming services. While credential sharing brings with it obvious user-end security issues for organizations of all sizes in all verticals, it also poses a serious problem for organizations that depend on the revenue generated from paid user accounts.
When most people think of a hacker, they think of a loner hiding in a dark basement, destroying computer systems and other digital resources for personal financial gain, or a sophisticated computer whiz employed by a foreign government up to no good.
However, in recent years, a growing number of hackers have been putting their skills to use for a different reason: activism. This trend, dubbed “hacktivism”, is on the rise and can have serious consequences for businesses of all sizes in all verticals and industries.
An unfortunate reality of the modern, connected business world is that it is no longer a question of if your organization will experience a cybersecurity incident, but when.
It’s always best to take a proactive, rather than a reactive, approach to almost any problem or potential problem. In a world where breaches and other cybersecurity threats and incidents have become commonplace, it is no longer a question of if your organization will be targeted, but when.