According to a recent cybersecurity study, "70% of successful breaches originate on the endpoint.” That risk is now escalating.
We wonder why there is so much being spent in an attempt to stop remote hackers, yet we still leave our ubiquitous computer and network ports wide open.
A comprehensive report of cybersecurity threats entitled, “The Human Factor,” asserted that “people-centered threats define the landscape.”
Are we doing enough to protect our ubiquitous open ports, especially when the cost of protecting these ports is so inexpensive?
While the current COVID-19 pandemic has put the world’s attention on a human virus, the threat of computer viruses remains real.
Widespread are the daily breaches in which authorized personnel thoughtlessly charge or sync their personal mobile device through a USB port at work.
Four billion records, including credit card numbers and other sensitive information, have been exposed through data breaches in the first half of 2019.