Cybersecurity experts say USB things can hide dangerous attacks. It's not just our flash drives, either. It's all of our USB-enabled devices, including fitness trackers, smart watches, e-cigarettes, and more.
With the work-from-home movement inspired by a global pandemic, remote access is becoming even more necessary, and the cybersecurity risks are escalating proportionately.
With cyberattacks against mobile devices on the rise, every employee’s smartphone must be viewed as a potential weapon of mass destruction against you network.
In its Predictions 2021 white paper, Forrester is forecasting an 8% increase in insider incidents caused by accidental data misuse or malicious employee intent.
The properties that make USB flash drives portable and enable them to connect to networks also make them vulnerable to security breaches.
Cybersecurity attacks are escalating, which is why we need to be vigilant about guarding ourselves against these five cybersecurity threats.
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The coronavirus pandemic is accelerating the need for more-effective endpoint security measures as the new work-from-home society threatens corporate networks.
If the USB port is the front door to your data networks, then the unassuming USB flash drive is the lock, key, and knob all in one. The cybsersecurity paradox created by the unassuming USB flash drive is one we all should be aware of.
With the ease of data transportability provided by a USB flash drive comes the ease with which a data breach can occur. Are you at risk?